A verb used instead of any other offending verb when insulting someone for something they didn't even do, or that you have no proof of.
Is conjugated as such:
I - fat/am fatting
you - fat/are fatting
he/she - fat/is fatting
they - fat/are fatting
1. Omigod, stop fatting everywhere!
1. You know, the verb "to Fat"
|51.||takin the o'l skin boat to tuna town|
to have sex
"i'm takin the o'l skin boat to tuna town tonight.
|52.||to do your chemistry|
(as a verb) to do or complete the daily, and often boring, household chores one is responsible for as a child living at his parents house.
This definition stems from the often objective observation that most high school kids today not only hate chemistry, but consider it boring as well as a chore.
a boy comes from school and says to his mother: i want to go and watch and porn video and later go my girlfriends house. his mother responds: before doing whatever it is you have proposed i want you to do your chemistry.
son: which one: physical, organic, inorganic, analytical, or biological?
mother: no you twit. i want you to take out the recycling and the trash, wash the dishes and drive your little sister to ballet classes; otherwise i am cutting off your allowance.
The verb to whoosh has been first used by the character of Lois Lane in Smallville in episode 14 of season 10(to describe the sound does by Clark when he uses his superspeed).
This a way to show you're leaving some place,this is also used when you disappeared for a moment without annoucing it,you just whooshed (for example someone if you were talking together).
This is mostly used by Smallville fans.
Lois Lane in S10E14 of Smallville
You whooshed from Twitter when you had to go/log off
To whoosh = to leave abruptly
Note: This definition describes the preposition. For the FBI, please speak loudly and clearly into your mobile device, even if it is turned off.
1. A verb that aids in the description of a noun.
2. A type of word that simultaneously modifies and describes the situation of a noun (acting as an adjective) while serving the predictive function within a sentence, typified by action, emotion, or rape.
Since adjectative verb prepositions are a new concept to the English language, sighting them is as rare as the elusive Anglican Two-Puss of Rhodesia. Thus, the definition of said grammatical evolution pre-empts the creation of such descriptively verbacious words as collapshickal.
|55.||to be down|
an expression of interest and approval of an idea that one hasn't considered before, or as to hint that you want to do something that hasn't been suggested yet.
A: I never been with a dude before, i am a little nervous.
B: You want a hummer?
A: Yeah, I'd be down with that.
A: I just can't think of what to do for your birthday.
B: I'd be down with a pair of diamond earrings.
Verb to be down
i'd be down
you'd be down
it'll be down
we be down
(verb) to push people away by being overly clingy. This may involve excessive texting, facebook chatting, etc.
Those who becks are usually deemed annoying and are therefore avoided.
I was friends with her, but she becksed me.
She was becksing Tom, so he blocked her.
I am going to becks her.