To go bitch-cakes is somewhat synonymous with to throw a hissy fit
but crazier and with an implication of a physical outburst
Coined by Beth on NewsRadio
Beth: "If my boyfriend acted like that, I would go absolutely bitch-cakes."
Not British slang...it is from the 90's TV show "Newsradio". Secretary Beth decides to make up a word and see if she can get others to use it by dropping into every conversation. By the end of the day, everyone is using it. Has become popular in Britain due tothe popularity of the show.
It means to flip out or go a bit nuts, or to rant about something.
Beth went completely bitchcakes when she found out Matthew told Joe they were sleeping together.
Katherine is going to go bitchcakes on Bill after hearing that news story.
Chaotic, out-of-control, insane, crazy
Everyone is going totally bitchcakes today!
crazy; bitchy; to become annoyed
Originated in Season 2 of News Radio. Quote:
Beth: If my boyfriend acted like that, I would go absolutely bitch cakes.
Lisa: Bitch cakes?
Beth: I just made that up. Think it's gonna catch on?
An extremely attractive female, possibly bitchy and dominant; may attract to those of the bitchrake
"The chick I was tiger-lilying turned out to be one heavenly bitchcake!"
insane with anger
When Joan's boyfriend didn't come home for 2 days, she went totally bitchcakes.
The act or task of being a bitch.
When you call someone a BitchCake that means you can't just simply call them "bitch" they're far to hardcore-ly annoying to be a plain and simple bitch.
Dont say BitchCake lightly, even though it sounds so damn good, its offensive, make no mistake.
Unless, of corse, you are saying it in the sense you might call someone your bitch. If someone is your bitchcake they are totally yours for the spanking, BitchCake-slapping, and any other bitch related activities you can think of.
Get over here, bitch! So I can spank yo' ass!
C'mon BitchCake! I need to get my freak on!