A tat is a way to describe a person as being and african american or a black person
A tat is a word to describe someone as being black
Shovel Hands is a derrogatory name given to a person (usually male) with notably large and indelicate hands. Shovel Hands is the opposite of Piano Hands...which is only used to describe those with large, but delicate, hands.
Shovel Hands could, for example, be used to describe the hands of Lennie in Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'
Somthing that is innovative (used by Julian Casablancas to describe 'First Impressions of Earth')
Describe your new album
It's like a seedless watermelon
To describe an unattractive girl.
"That girl is such a punish"
"There is so much punish around here" (Used to describe a group of unattractive girls.
Noun from World of Warcraft, derived from an infamous individual called Moots who was know to be 'Ghey'
The name has formed to a couple of uses - one being randomly shouted out in instances, or world chat on-line.
The other being to describe something wrong, foolish or uncool, as recently heard on Radio - 'Thats so Moots of you'
Used as a general statement on its own: 'Moots is Ghey' to announce ones presence to the vicinity, or to describe something uncool, foolish, or just wrong as in 'That is so Moots' or 'You are so Moots'
words to describe sounds, often simple phonetic combinations of letters.
in japan, it's much more a serious thing, where hundreds of thousands of words are created for some of the most seemingly useless sounds ever, but then, it becomes fun, and even practical at points.
even actions recieve sounds, and states of being, suchas being complete exhausted (hetoheto), or expressing physically surprise (hatto), even when said actions make no sound.
examples of Japanese Onomatopoeias:
"Fufufu"- often used to indicate the chuckling of a sinister person
"Gao"- used as a growl, many times the sound a dinosaur will make.
"don"- used to express the sound of an explosion
"ban"- the sound of something bursting
"ki"- a screeching sound
"u"- a groaning sound
"do"- often used to portray the sound of a heavy object moving
"dan"- another word to describe an explosive sound, however this word can also be used as the sound of a gunshot.
"zeze"- a wheezing sound
"jiji"- a sizzling sound
"bechabecha"- uncontrolled noisy talking
"hinyari"- to feel cold, however in a way that is not unpleasent.
"beron"- to stick one's tongue out
"kaka"- the sound of a bird's cry.
"odoodo"- to be uneasy, either from worry or from fear.
"nono"- the sound indicating that someone is stretched out comfortably and is taking a rest.
"gohongohon"- the resounding repetitive sound of a wet cough with great reverberation.
just some of the thousands out there.
Used to describe a person with multiple body piercings.
This term is commonly used to describe a person possessing alot of body piercings and refers them to a "Pin-Cushion" as they have alot of holes in them with metal through them.