what you hear when an english footie fan is cheering on the team.
where the c-m goes inside an inny bellyb-tton when a guy m-st-rb-t-s. aw sh-t my shirt’s wet, oh i forgot to clean my inny-puddle!
- in of
the term “go me” when put into a mobile phone (or cell phone) using the predictive text function and not changed to the correct words. the words automatically chosen by the phone are “in” and “of”. this term is beginning to be used among internet users similarly to the way the terms “zomg” and “teh” […]
a combination of the words “innuendo” and “insinuation” most commonly used in a s-xual reference. when a comment or joke can be taken s-xually, or as a s-xual innuendo. “that’s what she said…” “stop with the insinuendos!” an example of an insinuendo: “ooh! do me next!” between an insinuation and an innuendo he spread a […]
a term used when the location of a building or event is unknown in a large urban area, usually a town or city, covering both ‘inner city’ and ‘outskirts’ areas. i don’t know specifically where there’s a restaurant but there is has to be one in the inskirts.
quickly, with haste. as created by blackadder (ink and incapability) i shall return interfrastically coming back in your own time, ‘whenever the bl–dy h-ll i like’. coined by e. blackadder esq., butler to the prince regent during the late 18th century, in a conversation with dr samuel johnson. “i shall return interfrastically.”