In Britain it means hard work
working construction is aardvark
the funky brown animal that lives in the front of the dictionary...the real one
A burrowing mammal (Orycteropus afer) of southern Africa, having a stocky, hairy body, large ears, a long tubular snout, and powerful digging claws.
A girl with such a long nose that when she deep throats you her nose is pushed aside in your pubes like an aardvark forging for ants.
Holy shit, look at that nose, what an aardvark!
a medium sized insectivore with protruding nasal implement
If I ever meet an aardvark I'm going to step on its nasal implement so that it couldn't suck up an insect if its life depended on it
The first REAL word on Urban Dictionary!
Why the hey does aardvark have two 'a's in it anyway???
1. The main character and his family on the extremely good cartoon show known as "Arthur". You might mistake him for a mouse at first but if you love him this much, you'll soon know he's an aardvark from the PBSkids website and the illustrations on some of the "Arthur" books by Marc Brown. So get it straight, HE ISN'T A MOUSE!
2. One of the first words of the dictionary, if not possibly the second or third, after "a" and "aa" (that is if there is the word "aa".) Sorry guys, I don't read/pay attention to the dictionary and I am not planning to soon. What kind of loser does that?? Not saying I'm not one myself...
In one episode of "Arthur", Arthur is at a Spelling Bee where he spells himself, "A-A-R-D-VARK!" with a nice, in-tune rhythem.
(animal) the first damn word in the dictionary...not that i read the dictionary...
aardvarks are super ugly