means: all at once. it may refer to the swooping of a predatory bird, with the indication that there was a cessation of life in the prey because of the word ‘fell’ which is seldom used except in the context of (that tree was felled some time ago)
i ate the handful of grapes in one fell swoop.
- one finger bandit
a person that prides themself on bestowing upon a fortunate individual a high standard of pleasure, not usually possible with just one digit. oi charles, have you heard about this prowling robin hood whoe’s new in town. he goes by the name of the “one finger bandit”. he pillages the rich and ravishes the poor.
- one step closer
a cool song by linkin park. almost as good as ‘breaking the habit’. breaking the habit,papercut,points of authority, all good songs by linkin park
(british, esp. leicester) an exclamation with a mult-tude of uses. often used in conjuction with expletives. “ooya! look at that!” “ooya b-st-rd! that f-ck-ng hurt!” “ooya pooya! what a stink!” “ooya bleeder! she’s a right minger!”
- orange eater
(1)some who enjoys citrus fruits. (2)to c-ckblock someone with your nutritious eating, and non drinking shannanigans. john prefers to eat oranges instead of drinking at a party, then conveniently remembers to remind eric that the girl he is hooking up with is not his girlfriend. andrew: i hate that, he is always denying guys getting […]
opposite + side = opposide painter guy: do i paint this side of your house? sweet guy who uses the word opposide: no stupid, the opposide! gawd wtfomg!