Someone who manufactures illicit drugs in their back room, usually on a desk or in a bathtub. The conditions these drugs are made and stored in are usually very dirty and the drugs made are usually cut with various other substances (everything from cheaper drugs to talcum powder to bleach to rat poison), either because they have limited knowledge of drug manufacture and chemistry or (more likely) because they couldn't care less about the health and well-being of their prospective customers. They instead prefer to use less (or none at all) of the advertised drug per pill/dose and therefore increase profit.
A guy sold me a pill last night. He told me it was Ecstasy but it was mixed with all sorts of shit and I ended up in hospital. I'm sick of these bathtub chemists ripping me off!!
Like a Catch 22 but worse.
I'm in a Catch 29 situation.
You mean a Catch 22?
No, it's worse than that.
As Per Fucking Usual. Something that happens all the time, and you are sick of it. Like 'As Usual/As Always' but with an angrier tone to it.
1. Aaarrggghhhh, that guy in the blue car took my parking space - APFU!!
2. APFU, I can't find my car keys.
Even more closely. Closely is when you are close to someone or something. e.g. watching something closely or being closely related to somebody.
The cop monitored the gang hideout closely, but he was monitoring the crack den closerly.
A woman who looks like a milf
from behind or from a distance, but is actually quite ugly when you see her up close and she is not a milf at all.
Person 1: Hmm, that woman with the pram looks hot. She's a real milf.
*Woman turns around*
Person 2: Na, look how ugly she is - she's a fake milf.
When your girlfriend (or boyfriend if you swing that way) stops mid way through giving you a blowjob to kiss you on the lips.
A full moon kiss would be when they kiss you on the lips, after they have given the blowjob.
The former is arguably preferable.
Guy 1: "Dude, Alice is so good at giving head. She even stopped half way through and gave me a half moon kiss!"
Guy 2: "Nice!"
Skivise (verb); A combination of the words 'skive' (to skip school or work/play truant) and 'revise' (to study for an exam) - to skivise is to skip school or work, in order to revise/study, usually for an important exam.
Boy 1: Is Alex here today?
Boy 2: No, she's skivising, she's got her exams next week.
I have an exam next week, but no free time to study for it - I'll skivise.