180 definitions by gnostic1
n. a medical term used to indicate that it is uncertain which venereal disease is rotting your genitals this time.
Whoa! That looks nasty. Did the doctor say what you got?
He said there's a pusability I got the syph, or maybe galloping herpes. He suggested I stay inside with the lights off and the doors locked until the swabs come back.
by gnostic1 Mar 1, 2011 add a video
n. the complex sentences, gestures, and facial expressions one uses when extracting oneself from a sticky situation.
v. useage of same.
1)Did you hear how Kara seamlessly employed blatant adlibbery when the electronics manager asked why six televisions were nestled in her car?
2) Don't try any of that adlibbery on me young man! I can smell the evil weed and see the cheerleaders leg!
by gnostic1 Jan 4, 2011 add a video
n. The period after Christmas in which you struggle to pay for Christmas.
Hey! What's your family doing for Debtmas this year?
I've got us all jobs in a coalmine.
by gnostic1 Dec 24, 2010 add a video
place. Newfoundland coastal village. Extensive gravel deposits, exposed and turned into perfect spheres by the constant pounding of the Irish Sea, are the primary source of income for the local crofters who produce intricately woven expensive jewelry from the smaller stones and find industrial applications for the larger boulders.
Tourism is largely non-existent, as is the case in most of Newfoundland, but a few agate enthusiasts come annually for the Pepple Fest.
Squid jigging, dory repair, and flannel mending are the other sources of both income and entertainment, although a hockey rink is scheduled for completion in 2017.
The town was founded in 1876 by a group of Scottish curlers who saw the area's rocks as a source of curling stones but the pebbling was unfortunately dextro-rotary so the stones were only good for anti-podean usage.
Hey. Let's take our dory over to Bronwyn Bay to get her all decked off.
Okay, but mind the rocks,eh!
That's what she said!
by gnostic1 Oct 2, 2012 add a video
|166.||draining the moat|
v. phrase. British expression for emptying one's bladder. Also a sexual euphemism.
Thanks awfully for the cucumber sandwiches my lady but I fear it is now time for draining the moat.
I need to take my corgi for a walk.
It's time to get my valet to lower my trouserings so I may lift my drawbridge and take care of the teathings.
Are you coming on to me?
No my majesty!
by gnostic1 Sep 24, 2012 add a video
place. Gritty town left beside the road on the way to prosperity. Founded in 1892 by independent spirits who were not interested in the progressive ways of the people in Rimbey.
Home of the Fighting Badgers, the tri-province soccer champs three years running (1899,1900 and 1901), and twice voted "Hamlet of the Decade" by a local pamphlet company, Alder Flats is poised to leap into the twentieth century.
I had a dream last night. Alder Flats was a rainbow and Rocky Mountain House was a scorpion chasing its tail. Aerosmith music was playing. There were rocks in the road. A lot of rocks.
by gnostic1 Jun 28, 2012 add a video
n. foamy soap residue left on your body after washing and then rinsing poorly: generally taken as a sign of sloppiness but in operating rooms it provides an aura of needful haste.
Check out the bubblage on Dr. Ngosi's arms! What a slacker.
No dude! She is totally rushing to save some banger's worthless life.
by Gnostic1 Dec 30, 2010 add a video