abbreviation of “the slightest leaning laugh”.
the t-tle of part 1 of the 3 part trilogy book “the gate” by william whittingham, a collection of short stories and poems.
also the corresponding movie and music score.
it is an excerpt from the poem “the writing on the wall”
for the slightest leaning laugh,
shot a serious spike overhead,
and sparked a mean enemy,
to come for me…
one who craves aviators. jeff “hey did you see the plates on that vet?” brad; “what the craviator, ha, ha.”
- Creek Water
either meaning horribly disgusting or outrageously scrumptious. there is no in between. this can be also used as the word a woman would scream in labor or conceiving the baby version of saw. instead of having a plain word like good or bad use this and become a new beginner in the future of the […]
placing a pancake (flapjack) upon ones head and driving at speeds in excess of 90 mph. quite an adrenaline rush. dude, i was crepedespeeding down the mayo bridge with my four cylinder when the cops pulled me over and gave me a drug test
an insultive name with no real meaning other than it sounds good. it is dervived from leaving the sp-ce out of are you on predictive text. shut it crewmu!
the combination of geek , nerd , dork and dweeb. man that guy is a ganorkweeb.