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27 definitions by ShAdOwZ

A t-shirt company advertising on various sites, including urbandictionary. The ads often include girls wearing vibrant t-shirts with stupid jokes on them, extremely similar to Bustedtees and Noise Bot.
A beaver in an argument with another saying "I don't give a dam".

Well done, Snorgtees, but I think I missed the punchline.
by ShAdOwZ December 10, 2008
The newest addition of T-shirt ads to Urbandictionary, normally advertising with the header "Intelligently Funny Tees". Similar to Noise Bot and Snorgtees, they have jokes on them that invariably fail to be humorous.

Saw this on one of those Headline Shirts the other day. For fuck's sake, someone call the failtrain.
by ShAdOwZ May 21, 2009
Character used in Latin a lot, and still is used in the archaic spellings of some words today. Most of the time, if you spell a word with æ when it doesn't need to be spelled that way, people think you're an uppity bastard.
egyptian -> ægyptian
fairy -> færie
anemia -> anæmia
hemoglobin -> hæmoglobin
hyena -> hyæna
medieval -> mediæval
pedophile -> pædophile
premium -> præmium
eon -> æon

"A mediæval pædophile ate a præmium ægyptian hyæna færie's hæmoglobin æons ago."
by ShAdOwZ March 25, 2009
The electronic bass sound that is one of the hallmarks of dubstep music.
John: Bro! Do you hear that music?
Sam: Yea man! I love dubstep! Check out that sick wubwubwub bass!
by ShAdOwZ September 12, 2011
In case you can't understand what the other definitions are saying, Alliteration is a literary technique where words with similar primary sounds are repeated.
The popular phrase "my fine feathered friend" utilizes alliteration.
by ShAdOwZ March 17, 2009
1. The more polite way to say "No, get lost."
2. The general response to any question asking how you are doing or feeling.
"I'm fine."

"How're you doing?"
"I'm fine."
"What's going on with you?"
"I'm fine."
"How's life?"
"I'm fine."
"Jesus, can't you say anything else?"
"I'm fine."
by ShAdOwZ May 24, 2009
1. A type of figure skating jump, including a leap with 1.5 turns.

2. One component of the "wheel and axel" simple machine. The wheel has a larger circumfrence than the axel, and so it would take more power to turn the axel, but in doing so the wheel would turn more times. Most wheels and axels on cars function this way.

3. A character in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II. He is the eighth member of Organization XIII, nicknamed "The Flurry of Dancing Flames". Axel, like other members of the group, wears a black overcoat with black gloves and black boots. He has bright red, spiky hair and wields two chakram with eight spikes on each. He can throw these chakram or use them as melee weapons--they will always return to his hand when they're thrown. He can also charge them with fire and execute many fire-based attacks. He has broken off from the rest of the Organization in KH II, but he still shares a relationship with Roxas
1. Bob: "Axel Paulsen was the first guy to ever perform an axel jump. Go figure!"
Bill: "Wow."

2. John: "Dude, the axel on my car broke. I have to get it towed to the shop!"
Mofo: "That bites, man. That bites big."

3. Axel: "The name's Axel. Got it memorized?!"



"My heart just wouldn't be in it, y'know? Haven't got one..."

by ShAdOwZ June 20, 2007