the opposite to negatory used in casual speech. positivatory being positive in nature can be used to answer, agree or confirm a question or statement.
“would you like to watch lord of the rings?”
- post-modern cl*ssics
any fragment of today’s culture which epitomizes its own functionality; meta-technology. basically like steampunk things but not so sh-tty and gay. person 1: “post-modern cl-ssics is basically the epitome of technological awesomeness, meean.” person 2: “what is postmodernism anyway?” person 1: “idk man i’m stoned as f-ck.”
what a hipsters become when they realize the negative effects of their nihilism. sometimes comes from reading books, world travel and profound global and domestic events that demand earnestness. sometimes comes from meeting an actual blue collar person or when they realize they’re 30, broke and mom stopped sending the checks. hey, hipster. your behavior […]
- pouncing turtle
a name people use to distract girls from creeping on their facebooks. by changing their real name to “pouncing turtle”, one is trying to escape from the reality of their extreme douchiness. in doing so.. they are ashamed of their true ident-ty and use a turtle that pounces to distract them from the disgrace of […]
- pounded out
v. to f-ck into obliteration. thad: yo bro, remember that slampig i was spittin’ game to at the bar last night? …i pounded her out after. or, when used by the person “pounded out jennie: uhh, my p-ssy hurts so bad. i wish thad didn’t pound me out so hard last night.
- pound on that
1) a celebration of good events marked by pounding two fists together. 2) consentual giving of props between two people marked with a fist pound. the silvertips won the whl t-tle, pound on that. todd doesn’t pound on the time.