Much like awesome
, but better. First coined when New Zealand boxed David Tua appeared on the television show 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' and picked a vowel: "I'd like an O for oarsome."
Often used in a vaguely ironic sense, or to describe something that is so ridiculous that it approaches the borders of awesomeness.
"Have you seen the movie 'Hercules in New York'? That's pretty oarsome, right there."
"Cats wearing fruit helmets are oarsome!"