the person being referenced (1st b-tch) is behaving as themselves as they normally are as a person (2nd b-tch), and their behaviour is difficult to manage (3rd b-tch).
a poetic opposite derivative from the phrase “a rose is a rose is a rose”.
example: no matter how much we try to change his att-tude, a b-tch is a b-tch is a b-tch.
- cougar queen
a cougar that’s the most experienced of the group and has prowled many young guys in her career “alexandria is one cougar queen that’s always hunting”.
but thats okay do you even care? i bet you dont btok
- c*m guzzling c*ck thirsty thunder c*nt
the same definition of a b-tch n-gg- or c-ck monkey “kirsten you are a such c-m guzzling c-ck thirsty thunder c-nt!!!”
- gavin schultz
the is a guy named gavin that has a small d-ck and will pull it out for girls that will laugh at him. gavin will never have s-x and a p-ssy when it comes to party. there gavin schultz goes again he is humping the girls leg again
the study of how normal economic forces get twisted, warped, and broken when applied to the american health care system. you spent $7,000 extra in health insurance premiums, to buy a gold policy that only knocked $2,000 off the bronze plan deductible? that’s healthcareonomics for you.