(+ The product of a One Night Stand)
+ Some one who turns out to look nothing like either parents
+Someone who turns out to have any personallity traits of the father or mother
Sam: "Did you hear about jimmy's story? His mom and 'dad' had a one night stand"
Terry: "You mean jimmy's a Hereditary Fault?! Nasty..."
Also called 'eye circles', are blemishes around or under the eyes. There are many causes of dark circles, such as lack of sleep, hereditary, or allergy-related.
There is no one cure for dark circles, unless you found out what the cause is. There are some bleaching creams, but they are known to cause cancer.
1. "I haven't gotten any sleep all week, so I have some dark circles under my eyes."
2. Lisa has noticeable dark circles under her eyes because it is hereditary. Her mom also has them.
A disease which which causes a person or persons to repeat a humorous fragment and/or sentence. There are two forms in which this disease comes in: Repititous A is hereditary. It may be terminal in some cases. There is no known cure. Repititous B is contagious, and can be cured through a series of painful shots. Both cases are severely painful, and may cause mental damage.
"And he was like 'don't touch my pancakes"
"Haha, don't touch my pancakes"
Wow, she must have repititous
Joy-She-Tom is a combination of joyce, sheila and Tom and it represents that something is hereditary from the two parents.
Thats Joy-She-Tom that is.
|5.||knock one out|
1. To masturbate to orgasm (usually suffixed by "over" something or somebody). This is usually but not exclusively used to describe male masturbation.
2. To lose consciousness (3rd person). Used when describing a general nonspecific occurrence.
3. To lose consciousness (1st person Royal). Used exclusively by members of the hereditary ruling families of English speaking countries to describe what happened to them when they were last playing "Who's the Tampon, Camilla?"
4. (imperative) An injunction given, in the 2nd person singular, to knock out one of whatever is to be knocked out.
1. "Did you see that .jpeg of Madonna with the thong and pickled egg? I was on my way to work but when I saw that in my inbox I was waylaid by the need to rest awhile and knock one out."
2. "Billy, have you been knocking one out over here? The smell in this room is enough to knock one out."
3. "One has been knocking one out, one must pronounce oneself feeble as the strain of so doing has been enough to knock one out."
4. When two Scouse teenagers - wearing Kappa tracksuits and sporting formidable Scouse 'fro hairstyles - are going around smashing windows of buildings, and come across a 14th century church with several irreplaceable Gothic stained glass windows depicting scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary, passersby may often hear one Scouse youth inquire of the other whether the ecclesiastical image is worthy to be spared from their brand of urban renewal. The response is frequently "A-right, we'll just knock one out, then, an' leave the rest, okay Barry?" (HMB's Guide to Liverpool Nightlife, Fodders and Stoughton, 1993)
A hereditary disease which causes the male genitals to swell and explode often leading to death from blood poisoning after pustulous expulsion into body.
I went to the doctor for my anti=poggioli injection today
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1. A relatively permanent change in hereditary material involving either a physical change in chromosome relations or a biochemical change in the codons that make up genes; also : the process of producing a mutation
2. An individual strain or trait resulting from mutation
3. Very rarely used term by young gay people themselves who feel unattached with the mainstream because of either shyness, bullying by others and or being a homosexual.
4. A class of Superhuman Beings (Homo Superior) in the Marvel Comics Universe who are born with latent abilities far surpassing that of regular Humans (Homo Sapien).
1) Virtually every living thing is a mutation.
2) See example 1.
3) " I feel I am a mutant, being a gay man I know what being a mutant must feel like." - Sir Ian McKellen
4) The X-Men are a group of mutants who try their best to protect a world that hates and fears them.