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125 definitions by figleaf23

 
1.
The term 'dirty sanchez' originated in the porn industry, particularly films involving ass-to-mouth (atm) action. It describes the (originally unintentional, i.e. blooper) act of leaving a shit moustache on a partner's face by taking your cock out of her ass and putting it in her mouth without wiping it off first. The result is that as the dick is thrust between the lips, shit is scraped off and comes to rest on her upper lip in a moustache configuration.

Anyone who thinks it involves the deliberate wiping of shit with fingers on a partner's face is a know-nothing fucktard.
Please disregard the numerous fucktard definitions of 'dirty sanchez' that were previously recorded.
by Figleaf23 October 05, 2007
 
2.
Project for a New American Century

a MOSSAD puppet organization with the mission of harnessing U.S. military power to the service of Likudist interests in the government of Israel
What did the U.S. get out of PNAC manipulating us into a pointless illegal war in the Middle East?
by Figleaf23 August 11, 2007
 
3.
telling lies under oath; standard operating procedure for police officers acting as witnesses in trials.

See also: perjury
The story the cops gave was so ridiculous that everyone except the judge knew they were testilying.
by Figleaf23 February 25, 2009
 
4.
Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. (2000), a court case before the United States Supreme Court marked by scandalous abuse of process and corrupt partisanship on the part of the Republican-appointed majority of the bench.

The decision:
-prevented determination of the will of voters in Florida,
-over-ruled state authority over electoral process, and
-appointed G.W. Bush president.

The judicial culprits in this partisan travesty were:
-Rehnquist, William (boss-judge),
-O'Connor, Sandra Day,
-Kennedy, Anthony,
-Thomas, Clarence, and
-Scalia, Antonin.
For excellent examples of wisdom and legal reasoning, read the dissenting judgments of Justices Souter, Breyer, Stevens, and Ginsburg in Bush v. Gore.
by Figleaf23 September 04, 2007
 
5.
derogatory noun for a white person

Several definitions provided for honkey/honky can be reconciled considering the likely subversive evolution of this term. The African slave pidgin term 'xong' for red ears is the deep origin. (The ring of truth for how white ears behave under the African sun is almost ineluctible.)

'Red-ears/honk-ears' would emerge immediately into slave's cant upon arrival to America, eventually morphing into 'honky/honkey'.

Definitions involving geese-voices or horse-donkeys are probably spontaneous inventions of users unaware of the word's original meaning. Through this process, by the time automobiles became popular 'honkey' had already become more a derogatory adjective/adverb for anything white rather than a noun for a white person -- white music = honkey music, white attituded = honkey attitude etc. Use of car horns to call prostitutes represented the first time blacks publicly applied the term to white people, much amused by whitey's failure to grasp that its real meaning was everything uptight, false, crappy, etc. whitey had ever done to black people. And now the term had the added richness of incorporating sexual inadequacy to the list of honkey attributes (premised on the prostitutes' experience with their white clients.)

So, basically, when used in its full epithetical sense, 'honkey' means a shitty human being with a small dick that doesn't work.
Bill O'Reilly is a honkey.

'Loogit Bill O'Reilly, flappin' dem bigass honkey-red ears!'
by Figleaf23 November 26, 2009
 
6.
Sandra Day O'Connor, judge of the United States Supreme Court, conspirator in a judicial coup d'etat that subverted American democracy by appointing G.W. Bush to the presidency in 2000.

See: Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. (2000)

Republican-appointed judges William Rehnquist, Sandra Day O'Connor (O'Connor, Sandra Day), Clarence Thomas, Anthony Kennedy, and Antonin Scalia are all to blame.
by Figleaf23 September 04, 2007
 
7.
Antonin Scalia, judge of the United States Supreme Court, conspirator in a judicial coup d'etat that subverted American democracy by appointing G.W. Bush to the presidency in 2000.

See: Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. (2000)
William Rehnquist, Sandra Day O'Connor, Clarence Thomas, Anthony Kennedy, and Antonin Scalia (Scalia, Antonin) are all to blame.
by Figleaf23 September 04, 2007