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17 definitions by diego mendez

 
1.
Patron Saint of Flight Attendants
Steven Slater, upon being hit in the face by a customer's overhead luggage, became psychotically enraged. He then shouted expletives at passengers, opened the door, triggered the emergency exit warnings, grabbed two beers from the beverage cart, and made his escape down the inflatable slide onto the runway. He was arrested while having sex later.

His tirade was immediately discussed on the social media. He is a leading authority on how to quit a job.
by Diego Mendez August 12, 2010
 
2.
One who can't spell turdburglar.
Public education produces many turdburglers.
by Diego Mendez February 10, 2008
 
3.
This is your great-grandfather’s beer that tastes like your great-grandmother’s breast milk.

A standard by which other beers are measured.
Old English is 2 degrees above Coors “zero”.
by Diego Mendez January 24, 2008
 
4.
A god-awful yet god-fearing little town. Also known as the mullet capital of Southern Utah and home of the Polygamy Tech Screaming Thunderchickens where SUU students either leave town or get high every weekend (greatest blow on earth). Its main industry is Wal-mart which forms the job base and people come from miles around fer the Shakespeare and elk guttin’ festival.
It’s loads of fun stalking prey on a Cedar City ridge with 50 MPH winds and 50 degrees below zero.
by Diego Mendez January 24, 2008
 
5.
Fans of insane clown posse.
Shows over. Shit. Here comes the ass clown posse!
by Diego Mendez March 26, 2009
 
6.
Muscles that control the release of mental and emotional waste products from the mind into the chat room or blog site.
Dude: I have a pain in my blogosphincter.

Doc: Can you post me a sample?
by Diego Mendez March 21, 2009
 
7.
A dance where both the male goolies and unit are externally displayed through hole in briefs or boxers then shaken vigorously while moving hips rapidly from side to side. Also called the wangdoodle.
Look everyone! He’s doing the gobblers knob.
by Diego Mendez January 25, 2008