one who makes attempts to invent a new word/definition; summoned forth from poor creativity; to think it's 'dope' to batter the beauty of linguistics, thus speaking in tongue of such disorganized, meaningless grammar, and sentence structure of spoken language. sadly, expecting to recieve acknowledgements for there 'ideal' efforts... because they're cool, absolutely fucking spontaneous and unique!
1. nigga, wigga, jigga, fag, fuck, bed sheets worn for pants, penguin nig
2. yo nig wuz up? i be bangin' yo sis while you slang fuck around and yo pants low ride the ground, cuz. ya dig?
Play on the words "baja claws", a brand of off road tire. These are the tires mounted on a brodozer
, the chosen ride of the desert bro
. These tires are massive in size, and prestine in appearance, due to the fact that they never see off road conditions. They are often jet black, glazed in tire gloss, and unevenly worn due to bad toe in from cheap lift kit installations.
Check out the haha claws on that brodozer
. Do you really need those just to get to the No Fear outlet?
1. either your girl friend or woman you fuck for fun
2. or a milf, a mother i would love to fuck.
no, we're not goin out, shes just my fuck mama
Good, Spectacular, Tops, Rockin'
"this gin is the shiznay!"
Formed in Portland, Oregon, USA, Heatmiser are an alternative rock quartet comprising Neil Gust (guitar, vocals), Elliott Smith (vocals), Sam Coomes (bass) and Tony Lash (drums). Much of their early reputation hinged on the group's songwriting flair - Smith's more pop-orientated efforts contrasting nicely with the darker, melancholic detachment of Gust. These qualities were evident on the group's first two albums, Dead Air and Cop And Speeder, both released by Frontier Records.
However, for 1996's Mic City Sons, which was produced by Lash, the emphasis was on creating a more seamless, compulsive record. As Gust told the press: 'We made a conscious effort to do something more complete than what we've done in the past. We're rarely satisfied with anything we do, but since we essentially built our own studio as we went along, we were able to weed out a lot of the problems.' By this time Smith had released his third solo album for Kill City Records, building an audience almost as large as Heatmiser's.
Elliott Smith, Neil Gust, Tony Lash, Sam Coomes