T-Cad is a beverage that causes erectile dysfunction. If anybody is to drink T-Cad, they would have to strap down their penis to their thigh with some firm duct tape. If you are a girl, you will sprout a penis and have to deal with the effects of the drink. If T-Cad is spilt on the body, you will sprout nipples upon the area it was exposed to.
No one is safe.
I drank too much T-Cad.
God dammit my penis could pierce a mammoth.
Regency-era swear word, meaning a man who doesn't treat women proper.
Regency woman: Forsooth, Eminem, for thou art such a cad!
Eminem: Yo, shut yo mouth yo beeatch, and suck mah cock, and den yall fuck off back to yo own time zone
Regency woman: (faints at hearing so much bad language)
A kick ass webcomic drawn by Tim Buckley. It is about the lives of Ethan, Lucas, Lilah, and of course we can't forget about the penguin, Ted
CAD is short for CTRL+ALT+DEL
cad is so fucking awsome! check out the comic at ctrlaltdel-online.com
Anyone who is stuck behind a computer (box) all day at work; the modern, technologically-enhanced form of desk jockey.
Software Developers, CAD operators, graphic designers, data entry clerks, accounting minions and administrative assistants are all examples of poor souls who could be referred to as box jockeys.
Don't let the fancy job title fool you. Bob's still nothing but a box jockey making spreadsheets all day.
Control-Alt-Delete. The action of rebooting a computer in an attempt to fix a problem that you don't understand. Very common concurrent activities while rebooting include: finger crossing, wishing and hoping.
IT Guy: So, you sent an email and received an error message in return? Have you rebooted the computer?
IT Guy: Let's do that.
Employee: That guy always tells me to cad that shit! Does he know anything.
The therey that, if one removes the second and third panel of a Ctrl+Alt+Del comic, it becomes much funnier.
Dammit, Buckley. Get to the point! We can't use the CAD rule forever!
A man who is married, but at times ventures outside of the union to explore other options.
Person one: "Who's that walking down the street?"
Person two: "That's Giorgio, he's an exploratory husband."
Person one: "Exploratory husband?"
Person two: "How can I put this gently? Let's just say that
the woman he's with...isn't his wife."