blown up; exploded; detonated
the expression ‘mountbattened’ comes from louis francis albert victor nicholas george mountbatten, 1st earl mountbatten of burma, who was a british statesman and an uncle of prince philip, duke of edinburgh. he was -ss-ssinated in 1979 by the provisional irish republican army, who planted a bomb in his boat — they mountbattened him.
- Chopper 4
a flying device with airborne capabilities, seats, and a self-propelling propeller. chopper four just went down in the hudson river…and chopper four was first on the scene! coincidence? ch-ch-ch-chopper four. a helicopter with a self-propelling… propeller chopper 4 opened fire on channel 7’s p-ssy news van chopper 4 just shot down channel 4’s p-ssy news […]
pertaining to your ability to use chopsticks well. did you see his mad chopstickery skillz?
- math stud
a nerd with a c-ck that grows from x-to-z and gives x-to-c a typical math stud has a big head dr. fogel @ imsa
townies who steal stuff. tend to wear bomber jackets. originated in mytholmroyd, near halifax ere raat d-ckhaaadd, ya got twenny pee? – typical ch-r-r a beligerent ghoul who wears track suits, henri lloyd sweaters and baseball caps all the time (even in court) and tries to prove oneself by picking fights with innocent and usually […]
main entry: ca·co·pyg·ian pr-nunciation: “ka-ko-‘pi-j(e-)&n variant(s): or ca·co·py·gous /-‘pi-g&s/ function: adjective etymology: greek kakopygos, from kako- + pyge b-ttocks 1 : having badly shaped b-ttocks 2 : an esoteric way of saying bad-ss 1 : “danm, i’m such a cacopygian. i need to lay off the chips and get my -ss to the gym!” 2 […]