(con-ick-ed) v. 1) to be -n-lly penetrated by a prosecutor who regularly cleans his own -n-s with the u.s. const-tution 2) to be the subject to prosecutorial misconduct to such a degree that it results the filing of a habeas writ the day of trial 3) to p-ss on a u.s. const-tution wrapped in the american flag 4) to laugh while burning potentially exculpatory evidence
1) q: how was court today? a: my b-tt hurts. q: why? a: i got connicked.
2) atty.: you’re honor, i’d like to move that my client’s habeas writ be added to the record. judge: you haven’t even given your opening statement. atty.: i believe my client is about to be connicked.
3) q: yo, what’s this soggy piece of paper, and why is this flag laying here all wet? a: it must have been connicked by the prosecutor.
4) q: wasn’t there any evidence showing your client’s innocence? a: i thought so, but when i went to the prosecutor’s office to pick up my discovery there was smoke pouring out from under the door and someone inside was laughing like a hyena.
- broderick jones
the most cutest of all males, smart, athletic, strongest, and the biggest d-ck of all people jake: dude i am broderick jones cris: lucky
when you nut in her but she laughs cause it tickles i nutled my girl last night
- third red eye
military slang for a bullet wound to the forehead. the sniper gave akhmed a third red eye from 900 yards!
the planet we live on dude, that’s out of this floobengloben!
- bad dry
this thing, situation, person or place is not good, not pleasing, distasteful or annoying – mainly used as a retort when hearing bad news, or where someone has wronged someone else or when a situation, person, item or place has not been liked and in fact, disliked. did you hear about kenneth getting punched out […]