Little Man’s Disease: A disease of short males marked by aggressive antisocial behavior and constant overcompensation resulting in pompous mannerisms such as spitting, twitching, swearing, speaking loudly and tough talk.
The disease only affects teenagers or men who are less than 5’ 6” tall. The severity of this disease is inversely proportional to the height of the sufferer. Other characteristics of this scourge are a very short penis, acne, low I.Q and bad etiquette. The poor bastards usually drive jacked up pick-up trucks lacking mufflers. Often these males are homophobic to the point of insanity because of latent sexual orientation issues.
You must have Little Man’s Disease.
He is such a worthless asshole he must have Little Man's Disease.
Little Man's Disease is an untreatable epidemic in this country.
Some of my best friends have Little Man’s Disease.
1). A slang phrase used to describe a person of questionable worth.
2). A non-person who comes out nightly suffering from “little man’s disease”.
3). A friendly greeting used in the Waseca and Janesville area of Minnesota.
4). A subliminal code indicating that your junk is longer than average.
5). Phrase used by Jackie Gleason in the 1977 movie, "Smokey and the Bandit".
He is a real possum's pecker.
That dude acts like a possum's pecker.
How are you doing you #%*%in' possum's pecker?
Hey, possum's pecker.
"No body's gonna make Bufford T. Justice look like a possum's pecker."
A drug or medication that allows one to gain knowledge, either by mentally connecting to a yet undefined region or by activating an innate knowledge, is referred to as a venelumen. The term is derived from the combining of venom and illumination from the Latin root Venenum meaning poison or drug and lumen meaning enlightenment and knowledge.
The “Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil” contained an unidentified venelumen.