(1) The mythical creature created by Strong Bad in response to an e-mail asking him if he knew how to draw dragons.
Reputed to have once been a man, then a dragon-man, and now primarily a dragon, Trogdor is composed of an S-shaped body, teeth and scales made of "consummate V's", a muscular arm extending from the back of his neck, small wings, and two stick legs.
Reputedly a vicious being who routinely lays waste to the countryside and the peasants who inhabit it, he is also known by his full name, "Trogdor the Burninator".
(2) Any foolish and absurd individual who is highly destructive and hot-tempered.
(3) Someone who wants to be taken seriously, but comes across as ludicrous and irritating.
(1) Trogdor the Burninator just burninated my hovel. I wonder if my insurance will cover this.
(2) After destroying a dinette set and several cupboards-full of dishes in his anger over being unable to tie his shoes, Steven became know as a veritable Trogdor.
(3) What a Trogdor! She wants to go to the party with us, but can you imagine her trying to pass herself off as an intellectual to Dr. Bronson? Maybe we can bring her out to break up the party, but not before.
What I love to suck.
MMmm cock is good in my throat.
n. pl. -s
v. to give a swirlie
Variations: swirley, swirly
A form of torture/punishment in which the victim is held upside down over a toilet, with his head in the toilet bowl, while it is flushed. Variations on this theme include holding a long-haired person over the toilet so that the hair merely rotates with the draining water or completely immersing the victim's head in the water.
Having been given one too many swirlies in grade school, and with the support of the EPA, congressman Nichols introduced legislation banning toilets, bathrooms, and any kind of response to "the call of nature."
Greatest bass player ever. One of the finest musicians of all time. Clinician of funk, jazz, classical and just about anything else.
The man has perfected his craft. His music IQ is unparalleled.
Tech/Geek term. Etymology unknown: supposed origin may be derived from a source comparing the negative denotative context of "dog" with the condition it describes.
Used to be working and should be functioning, but is no longer running/functional.
My computer is pooched after having been infected by a particularly nasty virus.
Present tense of the infinitive "to burninate." To destroy or lay waste by fire, especially fire as from a dragon's mouth (see within the context of "Trogdor the Burninator" at www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail58.html).Also conjugated in past and continuous tenses: -ed, -ing.
Trogdor the Burninator burninates peasants rather efficiently for a mythical creature with an arm on the back of his neck.