in video gaming: the bl–dy chunks or pieces of a non-player character’s or player’s body that are gratuitously thrown in multiple directions, often sliding on the ground or hurtling through the air, after being dealt a direct hit with a frag or other high intensity weapon such as the tau cannon or gauss gun introduced in the game half life. also commonly shortened to gibs, however the usage of the descriptive form defined here provides a much more satisfying form of humiliation to the unfortunate recipient of the high energy weapon blast.
dude, i just got covered in your filthy giblets when i gauss jumped off your head. i think your scr-t-m ended up in the next room beside your small intestine. or maybe that’s your colon. i don’t know; i can’t tell. are you going to resp-wn now or just leave the server?
- c*nt weaver
what a true c-m bucket does with pride, they weave together a strand of p-ss-es and wear it around their neck as a sign of much they f-ck on a daily basis. hey i will have you know i am a full time c-nt weaver.
- wifi sickness
after spending a significant amount of time around wifi or radio,microwave signal’s or radiation. you will get wifi sickness, or wifiless. symptoms’ are grogyness, headache, overheating and saw eye sight. i aww my head hurts. . . i got some wifi sickness
- lincoln school costa rica
k -12 private prep school for costa rica’s elite. the school that the children of important diplomats and businessmen attend. kids go to a variety of us schools post-graduation (from brown, upenn, gtown to penn state, pepperdine, lsu…) kids who go here are a combination of smart, obnoxious, and sometimes preppy. parties organized by these […]
- peach drank
a peach flavoured sugar juice similar to bottled fruit punch or ghetto juice. labeled as scotsburn peach drink, found in atlantic canada. “i gotta get me some peanut b-tter cups and a bottle of peach drank”
- locker room math
statistical or s-xy dimensions related to the human anatomy that testosterone-high school boys often talk about: “how big?,” “how long?,” and the like. mrs. joseph overheard his boys giggling about their locker room math, as she walked past the corridor.