also known as c-msh-t failure or c-msh-t fail. when a p-rn actor or anyone tries to shoot c-m on a girl’s face and the c-m doesn’t shoot but rather just droops out and misses her face, in a last resort, he tries to get that last drip on her chin, she even has to scoot up a bit to keep it all from drooping down to her t-ts. basically it’s a pitiful amount of c-m and with no firepower, just drops not shoots, not worthy of being called a “c-m shot”
skeet 1: misses her face and lands on her belly or t-ts,
skeet 2: she now knows he’s a c-m fail so she scoots in closer, skeet 2 just barely hits her chin
skeet3: dumb–ss figures he’s not gonna squirt so he finally puts his lamerod directly over her mouth to drop in the last drop, she pushes up spit mixed with c-m to make it look like there was more c-m that landed in her mouth for the benefit of the camera
total c-m fail
- c*m toothpaste
(v.) to attempt to spit after f-ll-t–, but instead firing it on ones teeth on the way out, leaving it all over the mouth. b-tt licka uses c-m toothpaste for a good brush! his brush of choice? why, it’s the one with a fleshy handle and fuzz on the other end!
- false incriminations
rickyism for “false accusations”. “why don’t you do your job, instead of making false incriminations all the time?”
- f*nny head
an idiot or someone who does something stupid and random. something my friends made up…and it stuck. “oh my f-ck-ng g-d…you’re such a f-nny head!” an adjective, can be used affectionately or as an insult. rose you f-nnyhead! love you! p-ss off f-nnyhead, just cos i could hardly c-m at your ugly mug.
when you fap too much , and it turns into a disease. fapalitis – i fapped so much my hands are hairier than chewbacca’s.
the process of rehabilitation, following a lengthy transgression into anti-social, miscreant behaviour and various social additions, including gambling, alcholism and s-xual perversion. takes its name from the antics of australian football league’s fallen angel brendan “fev” fevola. person a: “hey johnno’s really cleaned up his act!” person b: “yeah, he’s doing well since his fevabilitation.”