when one qeifs in a car and then locks the windows so the smell stays in longer. and the person who queifed enjoys the smell of their own queif.
q::”zak did you smell that queif m-ffin?”
a::”yepp i sure did and it smells gooooood!”
verb. the further past tense of breathe. i brothe it in. replacement of the word breathed, used to describe the act of breathing prior to the present. i brothe in his fart and nearly past out. in spanish calling someone “brother” or “friend” oye brothe adonde tu pusiste mi d-ld-? is the past-tense of breathe […]
1. an expression of disappointment or sympathy 2. the formal polish word for “b-mmer” (often found in the pluralistic form) george: “hmm, looks like i got veronica pregnant.” jose: “b-mmerskis, man”
when feeling the urge to ripp -ss, you release the fart with your bare -ss and your cheeks spread wide apart into someone elses face. i b-mpsee on my dog drew when i come home from school.
- bunny up
like nose goes it is for choosing a person to do the task n-body wants to do. when bunny up is called everyone uses their two index fingers to make bunny ears on their head. the last person to ‘bunny up’ is it. jordy: kate go find the remote kate: no you do it! jordy: […]
bunse is c-ckney rhyming slang. bunse = bunsen burner = nice little earner. so what sort of bunse am i gonna be on? exactly as the man says, “bunse” => “earner” => “dollar” to the pr-ck who didn’t understand it and wanted it removed via quality control, take your head out of your fat -rs- […]