much like awesome, but better. first coined when new zealand boxed david tua appeared on the television show ‘celebrity wheel of fortune’ and picked a vowel: “i’d like an o for oarsome.”
often used in a vaguely ironic sense, or to describe something that is so ridiculous that it approaches the borders of awesomeness.
“have you seen the movie ‘hercules in new york’? that’s pretty oarsome, right there.”
“cats wearing fruit helmets are oarsome!”
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came from awesome, but relating to rowing- first from the aussie rowing crew of four people, the oarsome foursome. now you just say it instead of awesome
sally: that is so oarsome!!!
-rg-sm + awsome = oarsome. liek lawl!!!!
i don’t know how this originated, but it is an oarsome word!
me:dude yesterday, while creaming myself from ong bak, and tom yum goong, i said these movies are oarsome!!!1
verb: to make oatmeal in a bowl using urine instead of water, and then proceed to use your thumb to pack the “urine-oatmeal” into someone’s -n-s. 1: “i swear, if you fart in my cereal again i’m going to oatbowl you.” 2: person 1: “why do you have to use the oatmeal when you oatbowl […]
slang used by teachers to congratulate their students on answering a problem or question successfully. teacher: what is 2+2? student: four teacher: -yells- shiboomski!!!
- australian wine fountain
taking an un-opened bottle of whine or champagne, then popping the cork off and imediately shoving the tip up the females -ss as the fizz jets out of the bottle into the female. usually followed by putting the wine that drips out of the female into gl-sses and drinking it. robert: dude did you have […]
- Awkward e-Silence
the electronic counterpart of the awkward silence. commonly spotted in chatrooms. first mentioned at 2010-05-04 by mistral at virtualteen forums chatroom. guy 1: hahahaha, cool joke. guy 2: yea. my grandma taught me that one. -awkward e-silence commences-
1. verb; to axehammer (axehammered); to mention p-n-sses 2. -ish, adjective; cuddly yet rebellious 1. after about two beers he started to axehammer. 2. the poor lad was so axehammerisch i almost cried.