a rabbit like character from the tv show digimon, who is actually based on the dog breed terrier, and not a rabbit as portrayed in the english dub. he is small and feisty, the clown of the series. first appeared in the only english movie; digimon the movie, and in the third j-panese film; digimon, hurricane touchdown/the golden digimentals.
he was first partnered with a young boy named wallace, or willis in the english version, and was the twin of the digimon lopmon who was actually based on a rabbit.
in the original j-panese version, terriermon is named “gumimon”, after his babyii/in training stage. lopmon is named after his babyii/in training stage in both versions, and is referred to as cocomon.
the second and most recent time terriermon was included in digimon was in season 3, digimon tamers, partnered with henry wong (a different terriermon, however).
this terriermon is where we have the phrase “momentai” from (also written as moumentai) which translates as “take it easy” or “relax”, which sums up the tiny digimon nicely, calm and layed back, a reluctant fighter.
his most notable move is his “pet-t twister” or “terrier tornado” in the dub, in which he spins his long ears quickly to create a mini twister with great force.
“growlmon! where could he be hiding? this should be like trying to find a haystack in a haystack!”
verb. means to be big mean and muscular, and to be able to smash things with a glimpse. i just blinked and he terziyaned that tree to toothpicks.
the icicles that form on your t-st-cl-s when it’s freezing b-lls outside. dude, i was biking home last night and it was so cold that i got testiclicles on my nuts!
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when you are having hardcore violent s-x with alison, and she bleeds all the way through to her tail bone. originated from texas. urgh alison is such a dirty hussy, she just did a texas redbone
- tetris fringe
when one cuts their own fringe into a tetris block shape, for example a fringe that is straight with the middle section being longer than the rest of the fringe look at that kid with the tetris fringe, he must have cut it himself :/
- textbook teacher
a “teacher” who doesn’t actually know how to teach so he/she just has students read out of the textbook, memorize vocab words from the textbook and answer review questions from the textbook. now many “textbook teachers” often use doc-mentaries in place or with of the textbook. on rare cases a decent teacher will resort to […]