5 definitions by Adrian Bridgwater

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A large volume of human excrement that 'fills the pan' and pokes up out of the water. So named as it resembles a dark chocolate version of the large bodies of ice that scatter the oceans in the polar regions. The majority of its bulk being underwater, a solid lump protrudes into clear air space and fills the room with its noxious odor.
"Dude, after that stack of wings and pizza last night, I just laid down an iceturd."

"Excuse me your honor, I'm unable to address parliament this afternoon, I have a desperate need to launch an iceturd upon the high seas." (taken from British prime minister Tony Blair's private diaries)
by Adrian Bridgwater November 16, 2007
That particularly vicious yellow-green type of liquid shit that stings your ring piece with such ferocity that immediate submersion in water is needed to cool the pain. Often brought on by over indulgence in chilli and other types of hot food, this is the bile and acid left over from the gastric digestive juices that are designed to break down food within the protection of the stomach’s walls. As it exits from your own back door area you feel a pain guaranteed to make you scream and blubber with each gush.

From the Latin: Acidicus Extremus Rectalis
“Dude – I feasted on some hot wings last night that burned me bad on the way out. But after the normal turd session, I had a bout of shitacid that left me screaming like a baby. I think I ripped myself a wider slot back there for sure.”
From the original screenplay of “Dude, my ring is ringing”

“What ho Jeeves, I was due to play a round of badminton this afternoon with Field Marshall Mountbatten, but I fear a torrent of shitacid might be about to visit my back passage at any moment. What say you attend with us and bring a wad of damp towels with you in case I have to rip out a beastly stream at some stage during the game?”
From Jeeves & Wooster Play Shuttlecock and Balls
by Adrian Bridgwater December 25, 2007
As in the colloquial usage of "hooped it". The act of balancing a volleyball, football or other inflatable object under ones buttocks while in a swimming pool.

Although giving the appearance and sensation of floating, the proponent runs the risk of opening his (or her) anus and "ingesting" the ball (or other object) into the colonic tract. Thus rendering the protagonist a "permanent floater" having hooped the ball.
Freakboy: "Dude, where's the damn volleyball? I wanna get on with the game!"

Hoopy-boy: "Man, I was floating on it and now it's gone. I think I hooped it!"
by Adrian Bridgwater May 31, 2008
1. In the field of green herbal cigarettes, a doobie is a big ‘fat one’ of the hand-rolled variety.

“Och-aye Jock, sort out that doobie will ya? I need some herbal relaxant if I’m going to sit through your Best of the Proclaimers album again.”

2. A terms used to affectionately refer to the Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, the term Doobie will often be used by former residents of Chelsea and Pimlico to refer to their new found home in the Gulf.

“I say Jemima, what about a round of drinks down at the yacht club before we waddle off down into Doobie for a few bottles of the old ‘falling down water’.”

3. Doobie – when used in its full form as “Doobie doobie doo” is the Frank Sinatra inspired line used by lounge performers to denote a freeform break in the music.

“Oh baby you are so fine, I wanna make you all mine, all mine, all of the time… Doobie doobie doo (repeat refrain…)
Examples for Doobie shown above.
by Adrian Bridgwater March 23, 2008
1. In the field of green herbal cigarettes, a doobie is a big ‘fat one’ of the hand-rolled variety.

“Och-aye Jock, sort out that doobie will ya? I need some herbal relaxant if I’m going to sit through your Best of the Proclaimers album again.”

2. A terms used to affectionately refer to the Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, the term Doobie will often be used by former residents of Chelsea and Pimlico to refer to their new found home in the Gulf.

“I say Jemima, what about a round of drinks down at the yacht club before we waddle off down into Doobie for a few bottles of the old ‘falling down water’.”

3. Doobie – when used in its full form as “Doobie doobie doo” is the Frank Sinatra inspired line used by lounge performers such as Richard Cheese to denote a freeform break in the music.

“Oh baby you are so fine, I wanna make you all mine, all mine, all of the time… Doobie doobie doo (repeat refrain…)
Examples for Doobie shown above.
by Adrian Bridgwater March 23, 2008

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