this expression is similar to “what goes around, comes around” and basically means that the consequences of one’s evil actions catch up in a negative way. the idea that a wrongful curse comes back to the one who curses as a “bird returns to its nest” dates back to the days of antiquity. however, it wasn’t until the 19th century that robert southey wrote that “curses are like a young chicken: they always come home to roost.” since then, the idea of evil men creating returns to their own door has been encapsulated in this expression.
dude, you keep dealing drugs and you’re going to get caught. when the chickens come home to roost, they will take your car, your house, and all your money!
- Chief Brody
you start by inserting your finger inside an -sshole (yours or hers) or a v-g-n-. you then place one hand on top of your head, fingers extended as if to make a sharks dorsal fin. then while humming that impending doom jaws theme you maneuver your finger back and forth to swim like a fish […]
1. chunk of 2. used to express s-x appeal you want a chunka my thottie? 17
the chill up your spine that you get when you put on clothes that just came out of the dryer. that was one serious clothesgasm!
a milf who is caramel coloured. whenever i see fariba, all i can think is ‘caramilf!’
consider the sh-tness pie face brownies at your consh-tive party