1183 definitions by kung-fu jesus

Benefitless excercise, the falcrum of many jokes.
Q: What happened to the short-sighted circumcisionist?

A: He got the sack.
by Kung-Fu Jesus April 24, 2004
What is loudly shouted by white prisoners in mock style of black inmates. Often while running a cup along the walls or bars.
Haha, the gaurds are gonna do the exact opposite of what I say.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 01, 2004
When it is acceptable for a party to lie about what they did because the truth would hurt too much and cause many problems.
Plausible deniability is a larger version of a white lie.
by Kung-Fu Jesus April 16, 2004
Something extremely cool to be.
Manners maketh the man.

Narcissism and pomp maketh the man great.
by Kung-Fu Jesus June 21, 2004
A bunch of cartton charactors doing the equivalent of flashing torches at one another, then talking for fiveteen minutes about how noble it is to use torches instead of fighting. Then they pretend to punch eachother for five minutes before they start to use powerful torches while shouting out "kamayhamayha" or some japanese shit.
Dragonball is a fun way for flashlight enthusiasts to burn half an hour.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 29, 2004
(v.) A steady, disiplined walk.

(n.) The third month accordign to the gregorian calender, that takes hold of the 60th-91st days of the year.
March is a stupid month. August is better.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 19, 2004
A coastal empire governed by Turkey. Unlike the european empires, it mainly captured weak regions, and was no-where near as rich as those empires.

I comprised of parts of South-east Europe, the beggining of South-west asia, most of the middle east and coastal North Africa. Begun in the 14th century, it was mainly the poorer, southernmost states of what was then the most powerful empire to exist; the Roman Empire.

It captured the Baltic capital of rome, constantinople (named after the first christian emporer, Constantine) in 1453. It was renamed Istanbul later that year.

After the 1492 expulsion of the moors from Spain and the 1681 defeat at the battle of Vienna, the empire began to crumble, and some of its' states were separated after the Crimean war. The petty squables of these states would later cause World War I.
The Ottoman empire was destroyed by World war I, the Crimean war, and the corruption of its' rulers.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 02, 2004

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