a replacement for “that’s what she said”, and can be used as:
1. a reply when someone has said a statement that has an unintended s-xual undertone (which is usually not recognized by the speaker).
2. a comment that can also be said by the original speaker of a phrase which has an unintended s-xual meaning. it is usually added after the phrase in question, when the speaker realizes what he/she just said and what alternate connotations could be seen in it.
1. person 1: “that was so hard!”
person 2: “feathered friend.”
2. “that was really long. feathered friend.”
- Cabby Cab
a very cool, good looking, and honorable person. “what should we name this baby?” “lets name him, cabby cab”
a h-rny female stylin’ a big 80’s f-ck-me hairdo. sheeesh, can you smell the aqua net coming off of that creepy retrosl-t!?!
- Rubber Ninjas
australian flash artist. hilarious voice actor and all around funny guy. see: flash joanime cycon smiffy when the h-ll will ninjer finish van helthing 2? the best vending machine toy ever.
- Government Schizophrenia
government schizophrenia is caused when a government enforces and supports two completely different policies that are blatantly contradictory. the united states has “government schizophrenia” when it comes to it’s policies regarding cannabis prohibition. according to the government’s controlled substances act, cannabis has no medicinal value, and is deemed a schedule 1 narcotic. while on the […]
background: this word is rumored to have spurn from an individual that was not self absorbed like james joyce at all. n: one who picks up a ketchup packet from a restaurant counter but uses it for other means then intended. v: to make novel use of an item in a romantic, dramatic or droll […]