A male between the ages of 17 and 29 who is a sports fan, collared shirt wearer, and most likely a college student that is prominent in a Fraternity. Statistics indicate that nearly 85% of these people are named Chad.
I went to a football game last week, and couldn't find a seat on account of all the Gomes there.
Hey dude, wanna play some Gomeball later?
Kappa Gome Theta threw the craziest party last night!
A person or situation that is whack or "chaunce." There are three levels of ghome, a word which originates in the Pacific NW in Tacoma, WA. Level 1: unintentional and somewhat ghome. Level 2: either an intentional yet low-strength ghome or an unintentional, severe ghome. Level 3: an intentional, super-ghome, also known as a "ghome out" when a friend does something particularly ghome to another friend, friend b has been "ghomed out".
Robski, a 46-year old man who lives in his parents backyard, dealing meth and fixing bikes in The Broken Hoe, a shack the Tacoma police have identified as unfit for a human residence. Robski personifies the word ghome.
To shit oneself by accident
ROFL, did you hear about what happened to Eric on the way home from school? Yeah, he pulled a Gomes. Diarrhea running all down his leg!
A derogatory word for someone regarded as dim-witted or unintelligent.
That guy is some gome!
Said as self-congratulation, either to oneself or to draw others' attention to an accomplishment. Is usually harmless or joking, but can be obnoxious if done too much.
"I answered every question right. Go me!"
"I knew this would be the quickest way to get there -- go me!"
Gomes is a Portuguese surname. It is derived from the Visigothic word guma meaning "man". In the English language, the pronunciation rhymes with homes.
Gomez is Spanish, Gomes is Portuguese!
a phrase used to entice another person in order to fight them, usually is used as a joke and not an intensional fighting line.
Bob: hey how are you?
Jim: you dont even smoke!
Bob: GO ME!