boombatz- simply put a boombatz is an egotistic, gregarious type of person who may on occasion make comments about women that don’t quite reach the level of misogyny; however these comments are definitely s-xist (boombatzs’ like women who are well-endowed and ill-informed). a word of caution, boombatzs’ also tend to be incredibly aggressive at times, which can spell trouble for their prey. boombatzs’ favorite prey include midgets (or little people for those who want to be politically correct), moochers and mongolians. even though this may not be the most vivid description of a boombatz, believe me you will know when you see one.
did you see what that boombatz did? he took out a group of a dozen midgets with his bare hands!
- boom pony
combines two great elements. one referring to hot women as ponies, because of their nice manes and their prancing. also adds in the element of boom. boom is when something explodes, as in a hot woman exploding into your vision. boom ponys are the hot chicks you see trotting around the club on sat-rday night.
when a video game oriented party suddenly, and unexpectedly bursts into a wild, drug-induced orgy. that party turned into one intense boomshiggitydee! john:so how did that world of warcraft party turn out? bill: well, it was a little dull until sara showed up with the acid, then the clothes came off and it became a […]
- boost the deuce
the dropping of a crucial deuce; release of a tempermental stool or stools. chuck norris had to boost the deuce, thus leaving the world in ashes. vin diesel boosts a deuce much greater than that of chuck norris’ deuce that he had previously boosted.
the definition of all that is cool or amazing in life dude, thats not very boostisated. this day is so boostisated!
- boot and root
derived from the boot and rally. this is specifically before a sporting event, usually college football. drink a ton and then throw up so you feel good enough to root your team to victory man, harrison wasn’t lookin’ too good before the game, how’s he able to cheer so loudly? o he pulled the boot […]