12 definitions by knightshade

A mild profanity of unknown origin, though clearly related to crud. Also spelled crudhoppers.
"Crudhopper! I forgot my antennaphone!" Marvin exclaimed, dehiscing with anxiety.
by knightshade May 07, 2006
One of three mild profanities invented at Dullen Studios© for the inhabitants of the Lost Lands in their first indie film, The Lost Ones. Its use has now broadened, and is commonly used in this general area.

The first element (gizzem-) is almost certainly a corruption of goddamn. The second half (-blutz) was probably influenced by fuck. The word is clearly styled to look as if it is of Yiddish descent.
"Gizzemblutz!" Gordon grumbled as he stubbed his toe on his way in from the garage.
by knightshade May 07, 2006
adj. (pron. nas-tor); A word which means horrific, terrible, or nasty. A combination of nasty and horrible. Commonly mispelled as nastor due to its pronunciation.
"Dude, your haircut is nasthor."

"Wow. That was the most nasthor thing I have ever seen."
by knightshade May 07, 2006
One of three mild profanities invented at Dullen Studios© for the inhabitants of the Lost Lands in their first indie film, The Lost Ones. Its use has now broadened, and is commonly used in this general area.

The word's invention may have been influenced by words such as rats and drat.
"Graznat! I broke a fang!"
by knightshade May 07, 2006
adj. (pron. fees); a word which means nasty, disgusting, or unnatural. Most likely a derivative of feces. Also spelled feece or feese.
"Get your shirt back on, Santa! That's fece!"

"Ew. This movie is fece."

"Hate to break it to you, but that outfit is fece."
by knightshade May 07, 2006
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