irish term which has several meanings usages. the meaning is fairly intuitive-
1)verb; … wrecks my head/…is wrecking my head; something annoying or confusing.
3)noun; headwrecker/wreck-the-head: an extremely annoying person.
1) this maths is wreckin my head…/that f-ckin crazy frog ringtone wrecks my head!
2) calculus is headwreckin!(it’s not generaly used in any other context, like “headwrecking calculus”)
3) that lorna is a headwrecker/wreck-the-head kn-bjockey.
a girl who messes with your head and is therefore not worth keeping.
‘i had to dump susy. she’s just too much of a headwreck.’
not talking about or reconising your own achivments despite how good they are. there are way better definitions about humility than this. i don’t even kow why you’re still reading this. there are plenty of more interesting words to look up. i reccomend irony or cynical.they’re far better than this… remaining teachable, knowing that you […]
i’m thinking. hmm….interesting. wow. person: so do you think we can go out tonight? you: hummina…i don’t know?
- Murphy scam
a robbery scam where a woman poses as a prost-tute and lures the john/mark into a room. when they are in bed, the woman’s male partner rushes in, usually brandishing a gun and posing as a jealous husband or jilted lover. the mark leaves in a hurry, without his clothes or valuables. the perpetrators, or […]
to get severely owned -or see f-cked up you just got murqed. a word used to express pain, usually yelled loudly when your toe gets stubbed or stepped on. “murq! i just stubbed my toe”
(heahn) 1. to question 2. what you know when someone says somthing you dont catch. well reply with heahnq. or when you want to question what someone says, simply reply with heahnq.