a commonly mistyped example of the more commonly known unfortunate. but it means basically the same thing. and if you couldn’t get that from context then, well, you should be pretty concerned.
katrina ment to say that her friend’s shoulder hurting was unfortunate, but she mispelled it infortunate. but, due to his superb intelligence, he still got the general meaning.
a obvious mix incredible and frigging (i don’t need to define that do i?) i heard this somewhere, years ago, and have used it ever since. omg that (fill in the blank) is infriggingcredible
(1) to speek absolute rubbish, gibberish, total s—. (2) to stand out, different, just plain wierd (1) he was speeking ingooberlyblench (2) “that kid is ingooberlyblench” said billy as the new kid, ben, walks into the cl-ssroom; he was 7″4′ tall with a head as big as melon (one of those ‘hitler’ melons). i was […]
something in your mind that keeps you from doing something that you really want to do/happen. often the reason why a man won’t make a move on a lady, it makes him unconfident and hesitant. the way to get rid of this inhibiton or inhibitions is to drink. that is one of the benfits to […]
- inky's wish
the intentional act of breaking wind to cause pain or distress. jake surrept-tiously positioned himself for an inky’s wish as the aggressive ticket collector approached.
- in-law fluffer
a person who spends an inappropriate amount of time and effort flattering or pander to their in-laws in order to gain their approval. in its worst form, an in-law fluffer seeks the attention of their in-laws at the expense of their partner. implies that the person is fluffing their in-laws; s-xually pleasuring them to keep […]