a message you can wear on a jacket or t-shirt to attract public attention and to potentially gain your 15 seconds of notoriety—never mind what the message actually means.
t-shirts with an opposite positive message like “i really care, don’t you?” about how one feels about illegal immigrants and their human rights unfortunately don’t have the same impact as those bearing the hidden message: “i really don’t care. do u?”
a boy who always wants dinner mom: heskeboy! your dinner is ready! heskeboy: umm… yummy please!
- claptor raptor
someone with the clap who intentionally tries to p-ss it to someone else don’t f-ck johnny, he’s a total claptor raptor
eating too much meat. precursor to meat sweats oh my goodness i’ve over-meaten, i need a lay down!
adapted to travel in vehicles, specifically pertaining to pets, akin to domesticated but car-broken instead of house-broken. my cat mina has always loved traveling by car –sprawled out on the dashboard– because she started her vehicularization training early, while just a kitten. she is now vehicularated for gas, diesel and electric vehicles!
- dank todd
a way you would call someone stupid or foolish “you’re being a dank todd!” “you are always acting like a dank todd!”