originally derived from the root word tool. over time the level of idiocy of the person being described forced the word to evolve into tool shed, meaning a complete d-bag. on those rare occasions when someone is the ultimate d-bag, they are to be called a tullah sheddah or ultimate tool. abbreviated versions may include simply calling someone a tullah or a sheddah.
nick saw that jed recently spent $500 on dungeons & dragons gear, leading him to reply that jed has become a complete tullah sheddah.
colloquial version of the word ‘amazing’. believed to have recent british origins. can be seen with an apostrophe ( amezin’ ) often used with a high intonation and at quick speed. that pizza was amezin’!
being intoxicated to the extent of not having any knowledge of where you are physically. friend 1: “what happened last night?” friend 2: “i don’t know, but friend 3 kept saying he had no idea where he was or what was going on.” friend 1: “what a wimp, he was only like 5 drinks in […]
the bane of everything that is good in the universe. should be avoided and shunned at all costs. widely -ssociated with the fall of civilization into the depths of h-ll. also, the exact opposite of blarg. “hingo must be destroyed.” “you must fear hingo.” “thanks for watching, this apocalypse was brought to you by hingo.”
a joke-teller. a funny person. “that frankie boyle sure is an abdil!”
- a bit gay
something that is lame or rubbish did you see that movie, it was a bit gay wasn’t it? wonderful; better than can be expected person a: that new mercedes is a bit gay. being straight i couldn’t afford it. person b: yeah.