n: a gay man who looks like he should be a lumber jack; known for facial hair, wearing flannel, and being muscular, but softer around the midsection; highly sexually aggressive, favors orgies, fisting, and body hair, but not growling like bears do
Jack: "Look over there! Is that a bear or a lumber gay?"
John: "Oh he's definitely a lumber gay. Look at the size of his arms! And I think that's an ax over his shoulder."
Jack: "Actually, I just think it's just a big dildo."
getting murdered by your cab driver
"We should never have put Patsy into that cab by herself. The company name was painted on with spray paint. ... I hope she didn't get bone collected!"
n: a homosexual male who tans too much and uses too much hair product, make-up, and lip gloss, thus rendering himself in the likeness of a glazed donut -- tan with a bit of a frosted coating
LeatherBear1: "Look at that little thing! It is the middle of January! You do not have a natural tan in the middle of January!"
LeatherBear2: "And skin doesn't naturally look shimmery either."
LeatherBear3: "He's a glazed gay. We could eat him in one bite!"
*growling hungrily in unison*
verb phrase meaning:
teaching your woman a lesson, often through physical abuse
see also: "learn you" in reference to child abuse
"Man o man, can you believe the mouth on Beverly? If I was Rhett, I'd sure learn her good when we got home!"
n: the asshole of a black man or woman that has recently been anally penetrated and therefore looks slightly swollen like a blooming rose or is still tightly closed like a rosebud
Ivan: "Yeah, I fisted Dominic for the first time last night."
Brian: "Oh really?"
Dominic: "Yeah, after we got done, my asshole was like a chocolate rosebud in spring!"
While in a night club, the act of dancing while sitting down on a couch or sofa. Liberally applies to sitting on a bar stool or booth.
Gigi: "Get up and dance with me! You've got rhythm!"
Lou: "No, I'm too tired to stand. I think I'll just sit here and do some couch dancing."
like being "car sick" but in a cab/taxi
(usually because cabs drive too fast, swerve, emergency break, and don't have shocks)
"Oh Debbie, I got so cab sick on the way over. That cabbie was all over the road!"