term used in the asian media world to describe a publisher or editor who writes swathes of articles by copying and pasting from other sources. named after malaysian media magnate, mohan tirvgmanasam banddam, owner of the khmer times in cambodia, who was unmasked as having written over 20 editorial articles which were all plagiarised. mohanist avoids the confusion over british v american spelling of plagiarised and is now often used by many expat journalists in the region.
terry is a flagrant mohanist. that piece he wrote last week was almost an exact copy of an article in december’s ‘bangkok post’.
- jakes d*ck
this thing he thinks he has doesn’t exist therefore he needs his daily dose of d-ck to function correctly. this n-gg- thinks he is amazing while his bestie is here like b-tch where his b-tch -ss is like im amazing when everyone truly knows that his bestie is at least 100% better then his b-tch […]
more normal than normal i am normalerer than you
a wierd crazy girl who is rejected by every one and most likely has gay friends allesia and ethan took her to the princ-p-ls office.
you know what it’s h-tting for dude: you gone f-ck that b-tch dude2: ykwihf
- squat trot
the act of explosively sh-tting when attempting to squat with weight that is much more then the average ability that a person can squat. jim: hey did you here that tom tried to squat more than usual? bob: doesn’t he usually squat 235 lbs? jim: yeah, but he tried squatting 350 lbs, but ended up […]