A headbanger, rocker or skid. Someone who is stupid and ugly and probably lives in a trailerpark - beside the dumpster. Cocaine.
Yeah, I went this party last night and it was a bunch of chuds.
The true patriot at heart. Characterized by a healthy love of beer, sports, no-homo bonding, and all things American
Oh man, her dad is such a chud. I aspire to be like him.
A penis which is wider than it is long. Can also be used to describe a subject that is particularly weird/grotesque/"chuddish". Much to popular error, it is pronounced "Chudd", and not the alternative "Chode", which is completely incorrect. Words can also be added to the end of it, to create a new word which shows great literature and lingual skills.
Man: Did you hear about that Berty guy?
Friend: Yup, complete chud!
Man: Awh man that dog is a complete chud!
Friend: Yeh, more like a "Chud-dog"
Man: You see that movie "The Water Horse"?
Friend: What the one about the giant chud?
Berty:........what's a chud?
A manly like woman who is homosexual. She usually wears boy-type clothing, has a wallet in her back pocket and walks like a man.
Dude, I thought that chud was a guy when I first saw her! Look at the way she's acting!
a penis that is wider than it is long
eww i heard he has a chud.
noun, used to describe snow that builds up in wheel wells of cars during winter.
After driving on the snowy roads, I had to kick the chud out from underneath my car.
A Chewing Gummore...
A stick/piece that you put in your mouth. Usually tastes like mint but other flavours are available such as Cinnamon and Juicy Fruit (from Wrigley)
Used to freshen breath, and also used by some people because they like the look of chewing it.
The ancient Greeks chewed mastiche - a chewing gum made from the resin of the mastic tree.
The ancient Mayans chewed chicle which is the sap from the sapodilla tree.
North American Indians chewed the sap from spruce trees and passed the habit along to the settlers.
Early American settlers made a chewing gum from spruce sap and beeswax.
In 1848, John B. Curtis made and sold the first commercial chewing gum called the State of Maine Pure Spruce Gum.
In 1850, Curtis started selling flavoured paraffin gums becoming more popular than spruce gums.
On December 28 1869, William Finley Semple became the first person to patent a chewing gum - U.S patent #98,304.
In 1869, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna introduced Thomas Adams to chicle.
In 1871, Thomas Adams patented a machine for the manufacture of gum.
In 1880, John Colgan invented a way to make chewing gum taste better for a longer period of time while being chewed.
By 1888, an Adams' chewing gum called Tutti-Frutti became the first chew to be sold in a vending machine. The machines were located in a New York City subway station.
In 1899, Dentyne gum was created by New York druggist Franklin V. Canning.
In 1906, Frank Fleer invented the first bubble gum...