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An "unofficial" (not recognized by dictionaries) slang descriptor for a person/thing/action/object, etc., or a combination of, which is one or more of the following:

a waste of time, abandoned, abject, abominable, abortive, absurd, afraid, aimless, anxious, apprehenaive, arid, arrested, assailable, atomic, awful, baby, babyish, backward, bad, banal, barmy, barren, base, baseless, bastard, beastly, beggarly, behind, beside the question, blah, bland, bogus, bomb, bootless, boyish, brainless, bromidic, bummer, caitiffcapricious, careless, catchpenny, characterless, cheap, checked, cheesy, childish, childlike, clichéd, cloying, coarse, colorless, common, commonplace, confusing, contemptible, cotemptible, controvertible, conventional, cool, corn, cornball, corny, corrupt, counterproductive, cowering, cracked, crap, crappy, craven, crazy, crud, cruddy, daffy, daft, dastardly, dazed, dead, deadpan, deficient, degraded, degrading, dejected, delayed, delusive, dense, dense, deplorable, depraved, despicable, destitute, detestable, devoid, diffident, dim, diminutive, dippy, directionless, dirty, disgraceful, dishonest, dishonorable, dismayed, disposable, disreputable, dizzy, dodo, doltish, dopy, dotterel, down, downtrodden, drab, drifting, drudging, dull, dumb, empty, empty-headed, erratic, evanescent, everyday, evildoer, excessive, exhausted, expendable, expressionless, facetious, failed, failing, faint-hearted, fallacious, false, fanciful, fatuous, fawning, featherbrained, feeble, feebleminded, fickle, flaky, flashy, flat, flighty, flimsy, flip, flippant, fool, fool around, foolish, for grins, forlorn, fortuitous, foul, freaked out, freaky, frightened, frivolous, frothy, fruitless, futile, gagged up, garbage, garish, gay, giddy, girlish, glitzy, goalless, good-for-nothing, goofy, green, gross, groundless, groveling, grungy, gullible, gutless, hackneyed, half-baked, half-witted, hang dog, harebrained, heedless, ho hum, hokey, hokum, hollow, hopeless, humble, humbling, humdrum, humiliating, idiotic, idle, ignoble, ignominious, ignorant, ill-advised, ill-considered, illogical, imbecile, immaterial, immature, immobile, immoral, impassive, implausible, impracticable, impractical, improbable, inadequate, inane, inapplicable, inappreciable, incidental, inconceivable, incongruous, inconsequential, inconsiderable, incredible, indelicate, indiscreet, indiscriminate, ineffective, ineffectual, inept, inessential, inexpressive, infamous, infantile, inferior, inglorious, inscrutable, insensate, insignificant, insincere, insipid, insufficient, interminable, inutile, irksome, irrational nonsensical, irrelevant, irresolute, irresponsible, jejune, jittery, joking, joshing, junky, juvenile, kid stuff, kooky, lacking courage, lame, late, laughable, lemon, lifeless, light, light-minded, lily-livered, little, loathsome, loony, loser, lousy, low, low-born, lowly, lowly, low-ranking, ludicrous, mangy, meager, mean, meaningless, measly, mediocre, menial, mentally incompetent, meretricious, microscopic, mindless, minor, minute, indecisive, miscarried, miscreant, miserable, modest, momentary, monkey, monotonous, moronic, moth-eaten, naive, needless, negligible, nervous, niggling, nihil ad rem, no bargain, no dice, no good, no guts, no place, no-account, nonessential, nonsensical, not at issue, not serious, not to the purpose, nothing, nowhere, nugatory, hopeless, nuts, nutty, objectless, obscure, obtuse, odd, off offensive, old hat, old-fashioned, ordinary, otiose, outcast, paltry, panicky, pathetic, pedestrian, peripheral, petty, piddling, pitiable, pitiful, platitudinous, playful, plebeian, pointless, poker-faced, poor, potty, pre-kindergarten, preposterous, primitive, profitless, proletarian, prosaic, puerile, puny, purposeless, pusillanimous, random, rash, ratty, raunchy, recreant, removable, repetitious, result less, retiring, rinky-dink, rotten, rough, routine, rubbishy, run scared, sappy, scandalous, scanty, scared, scatterbrained, screwy, scrubby, scurvy, second-rate, seemly, senseless, sentimental, servile, severe, shabby, shallow, shameful, shiftless, shoddy, shopworn, shrinking, shtick, shy, silly, simple, simple-minded, skin-deep, sleazy, slight, slimy, slow, sluggish, small, small time, soft, sordid, sorry, sorry lot, spineless, sportive, squalid, square, stale, stale, stark, stereotyped, sterile, stiff, stock, stodgy, stolid, stray, stuffy, stupefied, stupid, submissive, subnormal, superficial, superfluous, tame, tatty, tawdry, tedious, terrible, the subject, the willies, thick, thickheaded, thin, thoughtless, threadbare, timid, timorous, tired, tiresome, tiring, tomfool, tongue-in-cheek, transparent, trashy, trifling, tripe, trite, trivial, trumpery, ugly, unassuming, unavailing, unbelievable, uncommunicative, unconvincing, uncouth, underdeveloped, underfoot, underprivileged, undevelopedundirected, undistinguished, unessential, unexciting, unexpressive, unfit, ungrounded, unguided, unimaginative, unimportant, unintelligent, unmanly, unnecessary, unneeded, unoriginal, unpersuasive, unplanned, unpredictable, unpretentious, unproductive, unprofitable, unreal, unreasonable, unrefined, unrelated, unsatisfactory, unsophisticated, noncommital, unsubstantial, unsuccessful, unthinking, unusable, unvaried, unworthy, uselessvacant, vacuous, vagrant, vaguevain, valueless, vanishing, vapid, vile, plebeian, volatile, vulgar, wackywandering, wanton, waste, watery, wayward, weak, wearisome, well-worn, whimsical, white elephant, wide of the mark, wide of the point, wishful, wishy-washy, witless, worthless, wretched, or yucky.
There are literally a thousand different uses for the slang version of "retarded" - (Quick note:) Usage-wise, it came before and set the precedence of the way we use "gay" in slang today - used correctly, they're practically interchangable.

"That test was really gay!"
"Oh yeah, our chemistry teacher is being retarded."

"Mary, stop being retarded! You're so gay, grow up!"

"I thought it was a simple babysitting job, but I was wrong. Besides all the other stuff, I had to clean up after the retard, which was pretty retarded. To top it off, he set the carpet on fire, which I had to put out with the flame-retardent extinguisher. And after all of that, the parents only paid me $15. Babysitting is gay."
by TBB August 05, 2005
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To be tarded twice..
John who is tarded.. is now retarded
by Rob March 15, 2004
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The R-word, retard(ed), was used in the past to describe a person with an intellectual or developmental disability. Since then, it has morphed into a slang word to mean things like “stupid” or “idiotic.” Many people think it is socially acceptable to use the r-word in this way but the truth is, it hurts and dehumanizes those with an intellectual disability and their family and friends. The Spread the Word to End the Word movement was created to end the pejorative use of the R-word and promote dignity and respect for people with intellectual disabilities. Join the movement by pledging to end the r-word at r-word.org and vote this definition to the top.
Person 1: I'm so retarded; I forgot to get milk at the grocery store.

Person 2: Hey, I would appreciate it if you didn’t use that word around me anymore. When you use "retarded" as a synonym for "stupid" or "idiotic," you are saying that all people with intellectual disabilities are stupid, and that’s definitely not true.
by spreadtheword June 13, 2012
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a. Stupid
b. Messed up
c. Crazy, silly, goofy
a. That girl is retarded for stealing when she is rich as hell!
b. Damn boy, your website is looking retarded!
c. Man, it's boring in here. Let's get retarded!
by YoBabyMama July 19, 2005
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reasonable, refined, related, relevant, renewed, reputable, reputable, resolute, responsible, resulting in, rich, righteous, romantic, sane, satisfactory, sensible, sensical, sensing, sensitive, sententious, sentimental, serious, serious, shining, significant, sincere, smart, smooth, sociable, solid, something, somewhere, sophisticated, soulful, special, specific, spinted, stable, stand ground, standing, standing tall, steadfast, steady, strong, strong-hearted, strong-minded, strong-minded, stylish, suave, substantial, succeeded, succeeding, successful, sufficient, supreme, swan, sweet, sympathetic, tactful, thinking, thoughtful, titanic, to the purpose, toned, top, treasurable, treasure, treasured, true, truthful, unassailable, unassuming, uncompressed, uncorrupt, uncovert, undiscriminatory, undisputed, undoubtable, undoubting, unexpendable, unfrightened, unique, unloathsome, unmeasly, unpaniced, unperturbable, unpretentious, unquitting, unreplaceable, unridiculable, unrushed, unscared, unshabby, unshallow, unshameful, unstale, unsubmissive, untiring, untrifling, untrivial, untrumped, unvanishing, unwasting, unwavering, unwearied, up, upgraded, uplifting, usable, useful, varied, warm, wel-formed, well-advised, well-carried, well-considered, well-done, well-focusd, well-mannered, well-rounded, well-spoken, well-valued, well-wired, whole, winner, wise, with a home, with purpose, with reason, without need for repent, witty, witty, wonderful, working, worth, worthwhile, worthy.
Russel is retarded.
by Gossamer Willowfly July 10, 2011
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An "unofficial" (not recognized by dictionaries) slang descriptor for a person/thing/action/object, etc., or a combination of, which is one or more of the following:

a great use of time, able, accounted, acting of own age, active, active mind, acute, adequate, admirable, adored, adult, ahead of schedule, alive, altruistically, always fresh, always in motion, amazing, amazing, amazing mind, animated, applaudable, applicable, appreciable, assertive, availing, aware, awesome, bargain, beautiful, beautiful, believable, benefactor, big, big time, blended, bold, brainy, brainy, brand new, brave, breathable, bright, brilliant, brilliant, calm, careful, certain, character, cherished, civilized, clean, clear, clearheaded, clear-minded, coinage, colorful, comforting, commendable, committing, communicative, competent, complex, conceivable, concerned, confident, congruous, consequential, considerable, contemporary, continued, convincing, cool, cooperative, correct, courteous, credible, crystal, cultured, cute, dear, decisive, deeply meaningful, defiant, deliberate, developed, different, different in the best of ways, directed, discrete, distinguished, dove, driver, educated, effective, effectual, effectual, empathy, endless, energetic, enjoying life, enlarging, enormous, enticing, equal, essential, essential, esteemed, excited, exciting, experienced, expression, expressive, , extraordinary, fabulous, factual, famous, fashionable, fashioned, fast, favorite, feathery, fecund, fertile
Russel is retarded.
by Gossamer Willowfly July 09, 2011
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an adjective used to describe something or someone that is pleasing to the eye, or looks good.
"Yo! Check out that honey... she's retarded/"

"Man your car looks retarded, them 21 inch rims are really retarded."
by katch22 May 01, 2004
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It means "very stupid" but in a more hilarious, weird, and/or spontaneous way. From the Latin word for "slow".

If you want to tick off a politically correct person, just say it. They think it's mean because people with mental problems are not always stupid, except you can't call those people "retarded" in the first place, and nobody cares anyway. Plus, once again, it's from the Latin word for "slow".
*Guy 1 is dancing very strangely.*
Guy 2 to Guy 3: Look at Guy 1 dancing like he's retarded.
by Morshu34576345624555555 October 20, 2013
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