1) The act of receiving a nasty email/letter/text/tweet/voice-mail/etc.
2) Getting blackmailed by a bitch
3) Term for a message that should have been communicated face-to-face that is received via another means
the result of being both catfished and blackmailed via webcam on social media or online dating websites. this epidemic has already taken off in Asia and is rapidly expanding to the Western world
Wong was trolling around online and thought he met a hot babe on Chatroulette. Little did he know he'd soon be taking out a fat stack of caysh because he just got catmailed by a dude.
1) the ability to be blackmailed
2) is easy to "get dirt" on
"Man, that girl's be around so much, she's got to be the most DIRTABLE person I've ever met."
"You're such a nice person. You're entirely un-dirtable."
A jock that whores around.
Originated when Mrduckbear3 called CNUfootball and Slutojock when he blackmailed him from posting on a message board.
That football player is a Slutojock
Unelected motherfuckers who determine national and international policy. various members have included Tony B lair, kissinger, major. Probably the cunts who blackmailed the shit into involving britain in us imperialist aggression by using his kiddie touching tendancies as leverage.
Example? a bad one to set to anyone aspiring to true democracy
GTA-style game set in London. Different to the arcade-esque gameplay of GTA in that The Getaway aims to look like a film, or real-life situtation. The graphics look very realistic and there is almost nothing on screen during game-play. Unlike competitors (GTA, Driver, True Crime) The Getaway uses officially licensed cars throughout the streets of London.
The cooler aspect of this game is the fact that London has been flawlessly recreated on the PS2, enabling some people to drive to their house in the game (check out realgetawaytour.com). The game is very violent and contains a lot of swearing.
The first Getaway is about an ex-criminal, Mark Hammond, whose wife is shot dead and his son kidnapped. He is then blackmailed into doing the kidnapper's dirty work throughout the game. On the other side of the story is DC Frank Carter who is constantly working on bringing the kidnapper to justice.
The second game (Black Monday) uses a similar method of dividing the story. A bank-job by a bunch of opportunists goes awry and most of them are killed, prompting Eddie (a boxer) to go out on a personal mission to kill the guy responsible for their deaths. At the same time SO19 cop Ben Mitchell is always right behind Eddie, cleaning up the mess he makes, until they finally meet. This game has multiple endings depending on the way you complete certain missions.
Word made up by the character "The Janitor" from the NBC hospital based sit-com Scrubs. The word is said by Bob Kelso in season 5 episode 24 when he is blackmailed into announcing on the hospital PA system that he is afraid of the Janitor.
Bob Kelso: "...so, please join me in basking in the glow of the Janitors awesome... *pauses* ...this isn't a word?!"
Janitor: "Read it!"
Bob Kelso: "Fearitude. Goodnight."