conaster n from latin c-m, with + greek astron, star – literally with star, the exact antonym to disaster; the fortunate outcome of an almost imminent disaster; the sensation of a catastrophe narrowly averted and later remembered from the vantage point of safety.
there were several conasters in my life that i cannot recall without thanking g-d for his undeserved mercy.
you were born under a lucky star. this conaster is an amazing mixture of chance and miracle.
- download a backlog
doing a large and delayed bowel motion i’m just going to download a backlog
- false rotary
a false rotary is a rotay table contructed of anti-material, often anti-carbon steel grade -355 ksi. a false rotary shal be cleaned a cloth made of lint only, and may be used in combination with a false hang off bushing, false slips or a false spider (dont forget the false adapter ring). the false rotary […]
a particularly provocative dancing technique where the ‘fancers’ dance to show one another how they f-ck. this neologism, which can be used as both verb and noun, originated in the early twenty-first century with its first appearance in the short film “f-ck or fight.” dancer: hey man! what do you think you’re doing? that’s my […]
naco, inga, jamon, ranchero, no aceptable, no buen partido, creido, no enamor-rs- de el. horilozano… no comment
when you have s-x with a ho and it was terrific yo, i skeeted on dat trick last night and it was ho-riffic! when someones outward appearance is indicative of their liberal s-xuality. blair must be wearing beer-goggles to not see how ho-riffic that girl is she is talking to.