n, v, adj, adv, int
Origin: Spanglish, bastardized version of "dumpster"
n: Something/somebody incredibly crappy*, like if they were to ask you on a date, you would dump them before they even finish asking.
v: To do something really crappy
adj: Describing something really crappy
adv: To do something crappily
int: Used to express dissatisfaction or disgust regarding something.
It's pretty much the universal negative descriptor when profanity isn't acceptable and "crappy" and "cruddy" don't cut it anymore.
*crappy being a gross understatement, here
n: You liked your own Facebook status? You are such a dumpers!
v: Way to dumpers the whole day by landing us in detention!
adj: Look at this mess! This place is such a dumpers!
adv: He was cleaning up so dumpers that he made it even dirtier!
int: Did you see her new legwarmers?!?!?! DUMPERS!