someone who is so bubonic with all manner of s-xually and otherwise transmitted disease that they have the look of a crack wh-r- that has been up for a week straight chocking down all manner of disgusting filth in a vain attempt to stave the insatiable desire to run themselves off a cliff because they are so diabolical. these people could be described as having syphllaids.
must have at least a small dose of vallium on person, postulous spots on face and v-g-n-/p-n-s.
gregor: check her out! she has the worst case of syphllaids i’ve ever seen.
steve: she looks like she has been sucking on the exhaust pipe of a hgv lorry.
greame: aye, that sure is one nasty case of chlamydial syphllaids!
one of the best species to ever exist. all you want in a friend. attracted by llamas. also known as rivellizelloh. may be seen hanging around ziegens. running along the llamas is revenald!
- rich kids with nice cameras
those kids who think they can be a photographer just because their parents bought them an expensive camera and they know how to change eye color in photoshop. yo, check out these modeling pics of my friend…isn’t she hot!!? nah dude…she just looks hot because she got one of those rich kids with nice cameras […]
a song by the rapper lil wayne. some people believe the song is saying milli like a million but its really a loop saying im ill (if you take the last i and the first m in the word it gives you im and then ill is left over. at the begenning of the song […]
- ride the tiger
inject heroin. the volume markers on the syringe make up the stripes. “ride the tiger, you can see his stripes but you know he’s clean.” -dio the exponential increase in psychedelic consciousness after ingesting a hallucinogenic drug. once arriving at the climax of the trip, the initial “riding of the tiger” has ended. “hey mike, […]
- contemplative chazz
a term embracing the n-ble blood of the residents of kent county, delaware. these squires and countesses represent the elite society of the peninsula. contemplative chazz (spelled ch-ss in englad) have supported the crown for several hundred years. recent scholars have likened this elite group to the freemasons and the contemporary knights. the earliest known […]