an accident that happens when you are drunk. often comes in the form of a huge mistake.
jacob: dude, i boned the snot out of lexi
andy: j, man ain’t that b-tch pushing 300 lbs
jacob: i’m just joking, i didn’t f-ck her
andy: you’re lying! you did
jacob: did not
andy: did to!
jacob: man f-ck you, i’m sick of playing these childish games
andy: just admit it. you got drunk and stuck your knife up in that b-tch’s country crotch.
jacob: alright, but don’t tell anyone. it was a drunkcident.
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an accident that happens well your drunk.
barry im sorry i broke your lamp, it was a total drunkcident.
a person with a rare last name wow i have never met a duque like that before 1 more definition a hair b-tt cuban that is a texting man wh-r- that cant see a good thing even when its infront of him her: dang girl look a that -ss me: hes probability just a duque
means “n-body ever really quits” or “no one ever really quits” increasingly used by players of certain online games which tend to get back players even after years of absence. due to real life issues beyond my control i will be retiring from — until further notice. i wish you all the best. see you […]
a person who enjoys living during the late night hours. a nighttimer isn’t necessarily an insomniac; they simply prefer the time of day when it’s dark and everyone else is asleep. my roommate, the nighttimer, cooked a five-course meal at 3 am last night.
- Nazi Amishism
1.a word describing a person or group of people whose main action in life is to force trival beliefs on a person/persons. which in most cases resemble the amish standpoint on everything new. 2.a belief that you must conform and controll and bend other people to your will. “n-z- amishism is the number one responsible […]
nde or n.d.e meaning “near death experience”. often wrongly -ssociated with having a near brush with death like “yeah i had an nde, i nearly bot hit by a bus”. a true nde is when you clinically die and experience a vision of the afterlife. ndes mainly come in two forms “positive” or “negative”. “positive” […]