word of the day: February 18, 2006
(adj.) Used to describe anything of questionable masculinity.
Believed to have originated from the 2005 motion picture Brokeback Mountain
"It's NOT a purse, it's a man-bag! It's very manly!"
"I don't know man, it looks kinda brokeback to me." -Boondocks
(adj.) something that has questionable masculinity
originated from the movie Brokeback Mountain (2005)
1-"dude, did you see that bag he was carrying?"
2-"yea man, was it a purse?"
1-"idk, but whatever it was, it looked pretty brokeback.."
1-"Dude, please tell me you are not wearing perfume!"
2-"What? No... its cologne... I swear!"
3- "Well it smells pretty brokeback to me.."
George from Grey's Anatomy, or Clinton from What Not to Where
A gay love affair that takes place between two men who didn't 'think' they were gay yet upon meeting find themselves embroiled in a steamy passionate homosexual affair. A new gay experience for both parties.
M. Rehmeyer and S. Vitale didnt realize they were gay but they soon realized their desires and found out they were caught up in a 'brokeback' situation.
Another word to describe a gay moment or person.
Did you see the way John and Dave hugged? That's pretty brokeback!
GAY. not cool, used to describe something you don't like or something homosexual.
That guy over there is way too broke back.
Origin of phrase/word: Broke Back Mountain (The movie)
The commiting of an act or acts that would lead a reasonable person to come to the conclusion that something or someone is gay.
Dude, that kid wearing that bright pink shirt is broke back as hell.
worst situation imaginable; worse than being completely out of money and with no other options.
When Ken was cheering up his buddy Cori about his financial hardships, Ken replied; well I'd rather be broke than broke back! Which made Cori realize that there are worse things than being broke.