Popularly used within the game "counterstrike: source" by Australians and New Zealanders to parody the word "Cunt",

good for indirect insults towards noobs.
"that noobkak totally teamflashed me... dumb kent"
by ~KHANEX! June 26, 2009
a term universally replacing the word 'can't'. the word is most commonly used in the towns and villages of Northamptonshire.
'I would but i kent be arsed'.
'i kent to-night; i kent afford it'.
'u kent talk you muppet'
by Burtey December 19, 2007
1) A phrase used to describe something or someone superficially pleasing but without real substance.
2) A person that is superficial, vain and oblivious to the fact that people find him/her annoying and dull.
3) Can also be used to describe someone or something that is genuinely cool.

"Those new diamond coated shoes are so Kent"
"I met this guy at the bar who was so Kent I thought I was going to throw up"

Background: This word was originated by myself on August 13,1994 in Ganges, B.C. Canada. It is based on a person who I worked with at the time who exhibited all of the above traits. I started describing things that I thought resembled or embodied Kent's behaviour as 'Kent'. Interestingly enough I was able to incorporate the term into the everyday language of a large number of people who had no idea who 'Kent' was. I have since heard it used in the U.S. and Canada by people I have no connection to. The original Kent never understood why people used his name to describe things and probably decided, in his mind, that they were complimenting him.
by Wes the dub January 16, 2007
another word for Cunt
"You're such a Kent head"
by ChinChin July 05, 2007
1) A phrase used to describe something or someone superficially pleasing but without real substance.
2) A person that is superficial, vain and oblivious to the fact that people find him/her annoying and dull.

Background: This word was originated by myself during the summer of 1994 in Ganges, B.C. Canada. It is based on a person who I worked with at the time who exhibited all of the above traits. I started describing things that I thought resembled or embodied Kent's behavior as 'Kent'. Interestingly enough I was able to incorporate the term into the everyday language of a large number of people who had no idea who 'Kent' was. I have since heard it used in the U.S. and Canada by people I have no connection to. The original Kent never understood why people used his name to describe things and probably decided, in his mind, that they were complimenting him.
"Those new diamond coated shoes are so Kent"
"I met this guy at the bar who was so Kent I thought I was going to throw up"
by Wes the dub March 14, 2008

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