used to describe something that has been said by many parties or rumors heard by others. used as an alternative to “word on the street.” used by author brandy alexander in the novella the devil’s playground.
dude, word on the beak is he got fired.
i’m serious, word on the beak is they got married.
that’s the word on the beak.
- facebook envy
the feeling you get when you come across an old friend on facebook and realize that their life turned out way better and is more interesting than yours. joe: “my wife left me for another woman and my kid should be out on parole next summer. that, and i almost got my mullet grown to […]
- eye of the tornado
while in the act of mooning, one spreads his b-tt cheeks exposing the red, champanzee-like b-tt hole. i eye of the tornadoed my friend stephen.
shorthand for “laughing my -ss off, p-ss-ng my pants and probably p–ping aswell.” motherf-ck, i just accidently shot my mother in the face. lmaopmpappa!!
web lingo. contraction of ‘quicklinks,’ those commonly used links that give quick access on a website. he found the ‘contact’ info in the list of quinks on the home page. refers to a quick drink during a happy hour (5 a 7) or in fact any other time you want to chelax and have a […]
extreme dissapointment in the non attractractiveness of a sspposedly very attractive female. i.e the effect of a female not living up to the hype. “yo, you seen kelly?” “yeah dude, mad quinkage”