something tasteless or intellectually inferior that is devoid of any intelligence – usually in pop culture. lacking in refinement and good taste. often but not always appealing to the absolute lowest common denominator.
“sorry, charlie – the second the silly sound effects and music with the low-brow humor start, i’m out the door. no primetime tv for me!”
a person or persons of a lowly nature; scutter,scag head, fround and looked down on, swindon
a girls who farts would in front of you would be considered low brow.
plebian, aficionado of m-ss culture, vulgar.
she was such a lowbrow she thought the weekly world news was a journal of opinion.
the opposite of high-brow. not of high quality , sub-standard ,cr-p. see also cr-ptacular.
mr 1: “went out with sarah last night”
mr 2: “dude she’s low-brow”
dude, there was some funny -ss sh-t on lowbrow.
verb: to spend inordinate amounts of time on www.lowbrow.com
i got stoned last night and ‘browed for like, four hours.
someone whose eyebrows are oddly close to their eye sockets.
the proximity of her brows unfortunately makes her a low brow.
- low riding
to low ride is to wear your trousers(pants) low down, usually around the upper legs. underpants are usually visible, but often long t-shirts are used to hide it. “man, check out how low that guy is low riding!” when one sits on the toilet with no seat down so as to sink into the toilet […]
jaw-droppingly awesome jeff morris is lpmagic.
- facial d*ck holder
one that holds or slaps a d-ck on there face…. during s-x with a female or male… the one slapping it onto the others face is the facial d-ck holder. d-mn man that girl was a facial d-ck holder last night… one who holds a d-ck with his face carmen is a facial d-ck holder
the raging fear of anything written or relating to william shakespeare. person 1: did you hear about that test on romeo and juliet? person 2: yeah, i’ve got some major shakesfeare for that.
- daily express
essentially, the daily mail for the over 60s. i’m about to have a daily express moment: “stop asylum seek….”. what was i saying? a british newspaper, founded in 1900. originally a broadsheet, it has been a tabloid for the past few decades. the paper was bought by p-rnographer richard desmond in 2000, and since then […]