fantatically evil woman from home and away in the 1990’s.
that woman is great she is almost a morag
a person who lacks tact and/or social skills
a piece of cloth used to clean up after a hot carl is given
that morag sure is one ugly sh-t.
someone that is sweeter than honey pie, cuter than a sprinkle of kittens yet possessing an evil sense of humour. morags are incredibly charming but not to be messed with. mess with a morag and you will be burnt. typically morags are scottish and very milky, with slightly bossy tendencies.
everybody loves to hang out with a morag. morags are amazing to be around but hard to get. morags only -ssociate with the best sort of people. morags are rare
wow, that girl is so sweet and funny but she don’t take no sh-t from no one. she’s almost like some kind of morag!
purrrrrrmiaaaaoooow – (this is what kittens say when they see a morag)
- knights of the old republic
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- dirty boxcar
when you’re alone in and elevator and blow a smelly fart just as you’re about to exit, leaving the smell trapped inside by the closing doors to -ssault the olfactory senses of the next travelers who enter the elevator. “oh man, somebody dropped a dirty boxcar in here before we got on!”
a person that is buff and wears wife-beaters that guy is a wanna b arnisold
kung-pow-p-ssy: a v-g-n- with the capabilities to give out more than 5 std’s thus destroying a p-n-s def 2: a derogatory term for the v-g-n- of an asian female def 3: a female that simply knows martial arts “h-llo friends, i ate me some kung-pow-p-ssy last night.” “that kung-pow-p-ssy kicked the h-ll outta my c-ck”
to cancel or stop; to put to an end. usually used when describing a sudden or abrupt ending to an event. proper usage dictates referring to it as a specific event, using “the,” not “a” or “an.” not “a kai-bosch,” “the kai-bosch.” we were having a great kegger when all of a sudden the five-o […]