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An engrish translation of the word explode. Referenced in a Strongbad sketch.
Your head esplode.
by Allana & Clifton March 17, 2006
A term that replaces "explode." Based on a King of the Hill episode where Hank Hill must tutor a football player from the local school. In his essay about propane, the student thanks God for not being "esploded."
"I thank God for every day I don't get esploded."
by HugeBreasticle March 03, 2006
1. verb meaning to explode and then return to it's normal state before exploding.
Brad brain esploded during last week's math test but he is quite alright now.
by Rumpleteaze November 21, 2007
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