acronym for " being a bust"
usually used as an adjective: babby
1. "Dude, was the club bumpin? No dude, it was kinda babby...it was a sausage fest."
Highly elusive, hard to find.
Things that get stuck in the couch, or an antelope hiding from its predator. Can be used to desribe people, things, or animals. Most often used as an adjective.
I haven't talked to Brett in a week, he's being very wujal.
one who is crazy. Also can be used as an adjective.
You're as crazy as a bodack, man.
Adjective: Stop being so bodack and stop you're crying biotch.
Noun or adjective
Trailer Trash. Can be used to refer to things that are of appeal to this demographic. Note that it is not essential for something or someone to actually be related to trailers or trailer parks for it to be TT, nor does having money or being rich preclude being TT, as TT is a state of mind. Used in conjunction with a deep-throated "yuuuup" to refer to the gutteral tough-guy voices often used by TTs (or given to them from years of smoking marlboros)
as an adjective: "That bar is pretty TT"
As a noun: "look at that TT." (referring to a mulleted gentleman)
"Krang"(noun) The third sexual organ, often used as a cooking ingredient. The word "Krang" can also be used as an adjective, or a verb.
(noun): An organ, or vegetable/friut/meat
(verb): To "krang" someone, is to look at one strangely, or to put one's head on another's person.
(Adjective): To recognize one as being "krang" like, or to to resemble a "krang".
A line of ancestors; a lineage.
Used as an adjective for having a list of ancestors as proof of being a purebred animal (or person)
The descendants of that guy have an impressive pedigree, his entire lineage has been warriors.
Taken from the abbreviation of Alex Rodriguez, a former Seattle Mariners baseball player who signed to the Texas Rangers for what was then considered the highest wage (approx. $25 million) in American Baseball. Later, he resigned to the New York Yankees.
Sometimes A-Rod is seen as a positive distinction for someone who is popular and likable, possibly even affluent and sought after. However, in most places (i.e., Washington State, Texas) being called an A-Rod is considered an insult, meaning “sell-out” or even as a derogatory term for someone who is sexually easy, male or female. The term can be used to describe others in the media, sports, or television, or known acquaintances.
Can be used as an adjective, sometimes a noun.
"Man, Good Charlotte has gone so A-Rod."
"Pay Mary Jane enough and she'll go A-Rod for ya."
"Man, Justin is such an A-Rod."