when someone tries to act all big and cool on the internet by posting offensive and rude posts and comments on forums, youtube, etc. often done to attempt to feel good about one’s sad pathetic lonely life.
nolifer: “you f-ck-ng idiot dont know anything about this go to f-ck-ng h-ll lolol i f-ck your mom b-tch!!
human being: “stop flexing your internet muscles, everyone knows you aint sh-t”
the same as “beer muscles”, where when a person is drunk, they do and say things they wouldn’t normally have to courage to do, or say. internet muscles are where a person gets online, reinvents themselves, and says things they can’t say in public, like using racial slurs for example.
khayam can flex his internet muscles and only use the n word, online because he’s way too much of a pure coward to ever say it in public to a black person’s face.
the inviolate one, the intoccabile one who knows no fear. “i slew my own father here 2 years ago, for i am the intoccabile.”
the proper term for eskimos, a people who live in arctic canada, alaska usa and greenland. closely related to the aleut. also inukt-tut, the language of the inuit, which has a very complex agglutinative grammar that can express entire sentences in a single long word. (inuit is plural, inuk is singular.) an example of greenlandic […]
- swig dig
a cooler sounding way of saying “sweet deal.” or should i say, “figgin sig wig to say swig dig”??? now you feel it. clive: dude, what are you going to eat tonight? ruttiger: dude probably a big sandwich! clive: swig dig dude. ruttiger for rig.
- swing chin
stroaking a girls throat or chin back and forth with your hand while recieving a bl-w j-b to increase the pleasure. hollie was sucking my d-ck so i decided so swing chin to help her get me off.
- swiss army romance
1.a romantic relationship between two people in which one person does not always act like him/herself, and the other half tries to peacefully help him/her be him/herself no matter what other people do or say. one person in the relationship wants the other one to be their real self all the time, and not always […]