a text message containing a confusing jumble of words that are hard to decipher because the sender refuses to correct any typos. looks like an unknown language because the sender moves on as though it made perfect sense.
lewisese to english examples:
“how are you like it” is “how are you?” and “how do you like it?” at the same time.
“i love the flurry clogs” is “i love the fur clogs”
“havent sen t-t yet” is “haven’t seen it yet.”
two men sharing a double headed d-ld- -ss f-cking each other. i caught joe and danny sharing a d-ld- at the same time -ss f-cking each other, they said they were gribling……
- mouth piñata
when a man, or woman, stuff their mouth with s-m-n or other tasty treats, and others take turn using their p-n-s to smack the “treats” out the persons mouth for all to enjoy. we got so drunk last night we ended up playing mouth piñata until a huge rod busted open their mouth to release […]
- that's amore
when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie. (also a song by dean martin popularized by filthy frank’s “hair cake” video that is used in memes) the world seems to shine like i’ve had too much wine; that’s amore!
the falling of a smartphone on its user’s face when he/she is lying down. guy: what happened to your face? girl: oh, i had a telicident last night. it was horrible.