A very large shit that is so big the toilet cannot swallow it in whole... However, eventually the pressure from the water flow will cause the shit to break in half and be flushed away in two parts. Some say they think they can hear Leonardo DiCaprio confessing his love for Kate as the turd is broken and sent to the bottom of the sea.
The other day I had Taco bell for lunch and dinner and man, that night...(shakes his head back and forth slowly) I launched a Titanic out to sea, I thought I was giving berth to a horse!
by Christobon December 19, 2007
The world's largest metaphor. It sank.
"Poetic justice, the Titanic, man's symbolic triumph of everything that is rather large, has sunk to the bottom of the ocean."
by Exploboom October 10, 2008
The Titanic was more than just a ship, it was manifest destiny built by mankind and symbolized human dignity. The deadly fate of this ocean liner being swallowed into the sea on the dreadful night of April 15, 1912 is unforgetful because of all the souls lost along with the ship. The Titanic was a God given dream that changed the face of humanity for eternity.
The Titanic was built in Belfast Ireland at the Harland and Wolff shipyard.
by Rose Dewitt Bukater August 03, 2011
titanic is a huge passenger ship that collided with an iceberg 11:40 pm at april 14 1912 on its first trip from southampton to new york, and sank 2:20 am at april 15, 2 hours and 40 minutes after the collision.
it was a huge disaster, 1 500 people died. there were 2 200 passengers omboard, so 68% percent of the people died. the boat was called unsinkable, but they didnt call it that anymore after the disaster

james cameron has also made a hit movie about titanic starring leonardo dicaprio and kate winslet as the main characters
person 1: i just saw the titanic movie, and i think it was great!
person 2: i didnt like the movie. i think it was too long and boring.
person 1: i dont think it was boring at all! oh well, we all have our opiniond
person 3: im more interested about the ruins of titanic
by theurbandictionaryuser777 March 25, 2013
Massive death of people, a catastrophic event involving a great amount of death.
The earthquake in haiti was titanic.
by heyyo1 March 26, 2010
Titanic AKA: "Failboat" It was a ship built with 16 water tight compartments, and deemed to be unsinkable, however on Failboat's maiden voyage, she struck an ice burg, opening the first 5 compartments to the sea, besides striking along the side, the ship also ran aground over the ice burg, as ice burgs are larger under water than the surface, this caused damage to the Failboat's double bottom. Causing flooding in areas of the ship 15 feet in from the hull, coming from below. Likely from the double bottom being severely damaged.

The Failboat's pumps were only able to pump out about 10% of the water that was coming in. And though the total damage was only about 12 feet square (4 meters square) the ship was doomed, and sank 2 and a half hours later, killing more than 1,500 people, many of which froze to death in the freezing Atlantic.

To this day, Titanic is refered to as RMS Failboat. Because of the legendary fail that happened on that cold April night in 1912.

Partially to blame is humanity, believing that not even an act of god can sink a ship, too much trust in technology. That and the noobs that were in charge of writing laws up, instead of having enough life boats for each person on board, instead stated that lifeboat capacity was determined on the tonnage of a vessel.
Milton S Hershey was supposed to have sailed on RMS Failboat (Titanic) on his return to the US with his wife. But then at the last moment a change of plans, saved him from a likely cold wet grave.
by forwardbias May 09, 2010
A girl who goes down on the first time out.
"Last night was great!"

"What'd you do?"

"I went out with Mary."

"Oh? The Titanic? Nice!"

*high fives*
by McFatty May 04, 2005
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