Large, mushy boobs that melt into wide puddles when the woman lies on her back.
Her rack looked epic when she was in her bra, but as soon as she took it off and lay down on her back, they turned into chest puddles.
Uneven ripples on waves (similar to a boat wake) typically caused by angled backwash during an ebbing tide. These ripples warp the wave and create an unsteady, wobbly ride (warp + wobbbly = warbly).
Dude, that wave was so warbly that I wiped out.
Large, saggy tits. Breasts that flap in the wind.
I used to think Jewel was a hot folk singer with big tits, but after seeing her perform during a NASCAR race, I realized that she's just an Alaskan chick with flappy baps and a snaggletooth.
Sklabby is the combination of skinny and flabby and refers to women (usually European) women who are skinny and yet also out of shape. In America you typically find two exremes - women who are either big and fat, or women who are skinny and in great shape. In Europe, you won't find many women who are terribly fat, but you also won't find many women who are terribly fit either. A chick may have a small ass, but it'll be jiggly ass - skinny and flabby.
We went to this nice beach in Bali which was covered in Sklabby Euro chicks.
Saline breast implants. Refers to creases in the saline bags which you can actually see on the surface of a woman's breast. Usually seen when a woman is bending over or in any non-vertical position - you'll see lines or creases running along the sides of the breasts (imagine a zip-lock sandwich baggie filled with water). Typically seen as a sign of a low budget breast augmentation procedure, as well as the inferior nature of saline breast implants when compared to silcone.
Dude, that chick at the beach was pretty hot but she had full on crinkle cones.
To heckle in a public setting.
Dude, let's go sit on the corner and roust all the kooks who walk by.
Stands for "defecation condition" - a play off of the government acronym for "defense condition". Refers to the varying, and usually scaling, levels of severity relating to an impending bowel movement. The direction of the sliding scale varies from user to user, but typical usage labels Defcon 1 as the least urgent, and Defcon 5 as an imminent expulsion (the opposite of the defense department's usage).
Dude, I was at Defcon 5 and nearly shit my pants. Luckily we drove by a Carl's Jr. and I was able to drop a load.