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7 definitions by Tha Muthafuckin' COLONEL

 
1.
To be swindled, tricked, pranked, injured, or similarly malcontented by a man who is naturally very goofy-looking. The word itself is usually shouted after the fact, with the chest puffed-out and the jaw slightly-lowered, followed by a grunt of excitement, not unlike that of a dog (ex. "ARF ARF").
(After unintentionally flicking a coin into someone's eye, causing temporary blindness): "You just got GOOF'D."
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel January 31, 2008
 
2.
(yule-igg-in): A Christmas-time hooligan; one who commits mischief during Christmas-time. Derived from the words "yule" (or "yuletide") and "hooligan".
"That blasted yuligan pilfered my favorite wrapping paper! Now mother's gift shall never be wrapped adequately!"
by Tha Muthafuckin' COLONEL October 16, 2006
 
3.
A person who travels aimlessly from place to place with no established home and brags about it. Derived from the words "vagabond" and "brag".
"John just got kicked out...I have no idea where he's living, he keeps moving around. The sad thing is that he's acting like such a bragabond; he seems to be using his misfortune as an excuse to be unjustly happy."
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel November 24, 2006
 
4.
To have a soda dumped on one's head. Derived from the Spanish word for soda/soft drink, "refresco", and popular slang term "owned".
"Damn girl I can't believe Hugo dumped his Coke on you. You just got refrescowned!"
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel November 06, 2006
 
5.
To die from not receiving an organ from a donor in time. Derived from the late professional football player Walter Payton.
"If my uncle doesn't get that liver by Tuesday, he'll be Payt-owned!"
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel November 06, 2006
 
6.
To die by falling. Derived from the late professional wrester Owen Hart, who fell to his death during an entrance stunt gone wrong.
"Those suicide jumpers are totally getting Owen'd!"
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel November 06, 2006
 
7.
(leeb-roned) To be hit by a book. Derived from the Spanish word for "book" and the slang term "owned".
"When my man left me I told him to go away and I librowned him with my Spanish book!"
by Tha Muthafuckin' Colonel November 06, 2006