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1.
For many, laosh! is thought to be simply a meaningless phrase hollered by hooligans living in Newton, MA during boring high school seminars. But in reality, laosh! stands as one of our nation's most fundamental principles. Commonly defined as "the end of a crest toothpaste tube where the ends get really sharp and are practically a knife," deeper research has shown that laosh! not only means this but also holds the secret to immortality and infinity. Laosh! represents the past, the present, and the forever future. Laosh! is time, it is smell, touch, sight, hearing, and taste, all wrapped into one goody bag. Rumor has it the "sixth sense" is actually laosh! as well, but don't tell that to Bruce Willis. Laosh! out bros!
Snoop Dogg: Yo my doo-doo Doc Dre, get at me real quick.
Dre: Is something bothering you my dizzle?
Snoop Dogg: I was just laoshing! at the pool my brotha and your girl she gets in my grill. What is that laosh! my dude?
Dre: I'm a plaosh that ho.
by Ethan The Dude February 04, 2008

Words related to laosh!

laosh plaosh laush aosh aush claosh dizzle doo-doo dre plaush
 
2.
An onomatopoeia that many consider to be the most versatile word/ syllable in the english language. Can be used as a suffix, prefix, verb, noun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction or interjection.
Frequently used by high schoolers in Newton, MA in order to make boring classes interesting.
Etymology: a combination of the lyric "my music is where I'd like you to taush" (from the infamous song by CSS "Music is my hot, hot sex") and the southeastern asian country Laos. when joined together, they form Laosh!
It is interchangeable with plaosh
Maor: "hey, professor Covarrubiaosh, i dont understand the ideal gas Laosh"
Ethan: "Laosh!"
Mr Covarrubiaosh: "just read the book hydrodynamicaosh by Daniel BernoulLaosh"
Ari: "i have a question"
Mr Covarrubias: "yes?"
Ari: "Laosh!"

Timmy: "hey, i heard Noeme is giving out Blaoshjobs in the back of her Toyota Laosh Cruiser"
Dan: "Plaosh!"
by Maor Cohen February 01, 2008
 
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An onomatopoeia that many consider to be the most versatile word/ syllable in the english language. Can be used as a suffix, prefix, verb, noun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction or interjection.
Frequently used by high schoolers in Newton, MA in order to make boring classes interesting.
Etymology: a combination of the lyric "my music is where I'd like you to taush" (from the infamous song by CSS "Music is my hot, hot sex") and the southeastern asian country Laos. when joined together, they form Laosh!
It is interchangeable with plaosh


An onomatopoeia that many consider to be the most versatile word/ syllable in the english language. Can be used as a suffix, prefix, verb, noun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction or interjection.
Frequently used by high schoolers in Newton, MA in order to make boring classes interesting.
Etymology: a combination of the lyric "my music is where I'd like you to taush" (from the infamous song by CSS "Music is my hot, hot sex") and the southeastern asian country Laos. when joined together, they form Laosh!
It is interchangeable with plaosh

Maor: "hey, professor Covarrubiaosh, i dont understand the ideal gas Laosh"
Ethan: "Laosh!"
Mr Covarrubiaosh: "just read the book hydrodynamicaosh by Daniel BernoulLaosh"
Ari: "i have a question"
Mr Covarrubias: "yes?"
Ari: "Laosh!"

Timmy: "hey, i heard Noeme is giving out Blaoshjobs in the back of her Toyota Laosh Cruiser"
Dan: "Plaosh!"
by Francesca Furman February 04, 2008