A Brooklyn/Staten Island/New Jersey woman--feminine version of a "Guido" . . . these days, referred to as a "Guidette", but in the 1980's, "Glitter" was the more common term.
glitter is the herpes of craft suplies
The thing about glitter is if you have it on you be prepared to have it on you forever, cause glitter doesn't go away.
An unholy disease that transcends time and space.
I was talking on the phone with my sister, and wouldn't you know it, a wormhole allowed her glitter to get on me.
(v) To throw glitter on politicians who oppose gay rights, because it makes them look like homogays.
They glittered Tim Pawlenty yesterday.
A magical substance that shames any serious person found with it on. A perfect weapon to use on bosses who have just sacked you. Turns wampires
"Dammit, Steve threw glitter on me and now I have to walk around looking like an idiot all day!"
"Harsh. That stuff doesn't come off, man."
The sparkly stuff Ke$ha
's obsessed with singing about and putting on face. Also thrown around everywhere in the "Take It Off" video and what Katy Perry
sang in her song "Last Friday Night." Can be used to throw in your enemies' eyes and make a dazzling getaway.
Ex. 1: "There's a place I know
If you're looking for a show.
Where they go hardcore
And there's glitter on the floor."
Ex. 2: wtf is with Ke$ha and glitter
Ex. 3: Sane Kid: "I don't trust them."
Ke$ha: "It's okay, I have glitter."
Sane Kid: "Why?"
Ke$ha: "I always have glitter. For my face. It also tastes like chicken. I stole it from a pixie!"
Formerly Sane Kid: "Oh. Okay."
A sparkling or glistening light.
Brilliant or showy, often superficial attractiveness.
An amazing person with a large heart and big SPIRITS!
You're nickname is glitter for a reason; so live your life and kick his ass to the curve.
British slang word for asshole/anus/rectum. this rhyming slang is derived from "gary glitter" the British 70's rocker. gary glitter rhymes with shitter which is another slang word for asshole. Glitter has the advantage of being able to be used in front of parents/teachers etc.
"he was taken up the glitter"