15 definitions by A.C. Sativa

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Use of this is an instant way to let the entire online world that you're a complete idiot. Originally a crass way to make fun of someone who is irrationally upset about something, is now used by total douchebags who don't have a creative or original bone in their body to troll on someone who expresses the slightest displeasure in anything. See also: You/u mad bro?
Football (American or the kind with 2 keepers) fan: Shame my team lost, but they played hard, can't ask any more that.

Douchebag: Don't get all butthurt because your team lost.

Football team fan: Did you actually type that yourself, or just copy and paste it from somewhere else? Because you sure as shit didn't think of it on your own, you fucking mindless tool.
by A.C. Sativa November 30, 2012
Tim Tebow's gay lover.
Skip Bayless rides Tebow's dick so hard it's sickening.
by A.C. Sativa January 05, 2013
Main character from the TV show King of the Hill. Successfully used crack as fishing bait. Hoped to sell propane and propane accessories even as a child (if his grades were good enough). Has an irrational hatred of charcoal and Thatherton Fuels. Drinks as much (if not more) beer as Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin, but for some reason is not thought of as a alcoholic like Homer and Peter.
Hank Hill was born in the ladies room at Yankee Stadium, not in Texas.
by A.C. Sativa May 01, 2012
In pro wrestling, basically he's the one running the show. He decides who's winning the matches, how the matches will end, and all the various storylines and feuds that lead to the matches taking place. Bookers can be all kinds of different people, from the owner of the promotion (Paul Heyman in ECW), wrestlers for the promotion (Kevin Nash or Kevin Sullivan in WCW), or people hired by the promotion for the job (Jim Cornette in Ring Of Honor). Booking can also be done by committee, the current bookers of the WWE are owner Vince McMahon, "head of creative" Stephaine McMahon-Levesque (Vince's daughter), "head of talent development" Paul "Triple H" Levesque (semi-retired wrestler and Stephanie's husband), and various other people. The term "book" can also be used as a verb, as in "I wish they'd book Daniel Bryan to actually win a match one of these days" or "WWE TLC 2012 was booked very well".
Jim Cornette was fired as Ring of Honor booker in October 2012, and replaced by ex-wrestler Delirious.
by A.C. Sativa January 07, 2013
A bar with a very poor male to female ratio.
Dude, lets go to another bar, this place is a fuckin tool shed.
by A.C. Sativa February 08, 2013
Crack cocaine. As seen on "King of the Hill"
Hank Hill got arrested buying crack with the intention of using it as fish bait
by A.C. Sativa May 01, 2012
The scale to judge the quality of a bladejob in a wrestling match. The name comes from a particularly bloody match with The Great Muta and Hiroshi Hase, where Muta gigged himself so hard that he, Hase, the mat, and even the ref were covered in Muta's blood. From then on, it was decided that that that would be the standard that bladejobs would be judged by, that is 1.0 Muta and you adjust up or down depending on the match you're watching. For instance, The Undertaker hit 1.2 Muta in that match where he did a bladejob so ill that he was bleeding in Brock Lesnar's mouth, the famous match between Ric Flair and Lex Luger that was stopped due to blood even though Luger was about to win saw Luger do a pathetic .02 bladejob. Hell, it was such a weak bladejob that the cut had already closed itself by the time the decision was announced.
Tommy Dreamer hit 0.9 on the Muta scale at the first One Night Stand PPV, the part where Tommy hugs Beulah and she comes away with a ton of blood in her hair is pretty gross. Yeah, they're married in real life, but that's still gross.
by A.C. Sativa March 08, 2013

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