When train companies shut various parts of the national network (usually on a weekend), causing untold inconvenience for the mugs who already pay through the nose for a shite service. Incredibly gay (no offence) and annoying.
"Shit, I was going to visit my sister in Newcastle this weekend, but there are bentgineering works on GNER".
"That's so bent, the line was fucked up a fortnight ago too".
the lowest form of travelling kid within the punk spectrum. analagous to the hippie "drainbow" but usually worse.
a slight variant on the oogle.
a scumfuck must: not give a fuck. be very very drunk. be dirty. ride trains or pretend to.
scumfucks usually listen to g.g. allin, the original scumfuck, but some prefer only pure norwegian blackmetal (esp. burzum, since they are one of the most fucked-up blackmetal bands). the blackmetal thing is more prevalent now.
will be seen wearing dirty carhartts or cargo pants, adorned with numerous patches. patches will often include those of train companies (this is omnipresent among train-riding kids) and beer/ liquor companies (this is usually a bad sign).
facial tattoos abound, and are usually poorly-done.
scumfucks will ask anyone for money, even other travelling punks.
often travel with dogs, usually very badly-behaved pitbulls.
"This goddamn scumfuck stole my backpack and his dog shit all over everything."
An overly obese female in her 20's, usually seen working at temp jobs for telemarketing companies, smoking kool 100's, bumping static-y rap music from their radios, and hanging out with large groups of african-american males.
Me, Jermain, Leroy, Jaquain, Malik, Rodney, Lawrence, Terrell, and Kobe just ran the train on a seadonk.
1. N., A roadway paved with a track made of rails, upon which locomotives push or pull a train of cars or trailers carrying people or freight.
2. Adj., Pertaining to such a roadway or the trains that travel upon it.
3. N., The industry of transporting people or freight by rail, or one or more of the companies within that industry.
4. Adj., Pertaining to that industry.
5. V., Transport upon a railroad.
1. V., to coerce, trick, or seduce others into a course of action that they would not otherwise choose. This includes, but is not limited to, specifically sexual situations.
2. N., Eleven, as if the two parallel numerals were the rails of a railroad track.
Literal: Southern Pacific (3) railroad's old (2) railroad cars can still be found along abandoned stretches of (1) railroad, because the industry can't be bothered to (5) railroad them to (4) railroad stations.
1. Popular culture isn't going to be railroaded into adopting a narrow-mindedly specific sexual situation as the definition of railroad simply because someone described his favorite life experience as an UrbanDictionary definition.
2. We use the 802-railroad-G wireless protocol. (See WAP and 802.11g.)
A modern-day version of a witch-hunter. In medieval times they used to burn recluses or anyone else they considered 'different' for being witches, werewolves or vampires. These days we have psychiatrists to put away people who are just trying to get on with their lives. They seem hell-bent on handing out drugs like they're sweets, probably because they have shares in the drug companies. Psychiatrists also make a fortune by finding excuses for thugs, murderers, rapists and thieves.
After a psychiatrist poked his nose into the case, a child-molester walked free today, free to carry out more heinous crimes. All because some white-coated confidence trickster, pound signs lighting up in his fish-like eyes, claimed the pervert's father wouldn't buy him a train set as a child and so he had been psychologically scarred.
Someone who has developed a lifestyle well beyond their legitimate means, accumulating a wealth of "funny money" to include but not limited to: food stamps, welfare, section 8 living, disability despite not being disabled, unemployment, and government medical coverage. Usually knows the ins and outs of soup kitchens, church donations, and other charities. Most likely the product and cause of a white trash upbringing. They've squandered all their free money in the pursuit of drugs and have begged and borrowed from anyone willing to lend a hand, particularly family members, including their sons and daughters (ranging in age from 11 to 21) ex-husbands/wives, parents, siblings and have most likely been "cut off" by those with the common sense to realize what scum these people are. Credit cards are maxed out and multiple bankruptcies have been filed but Credit Card companies still see fit to grant credit. Unpaid bills pile up over months until they are forced to switch companies and take out phone, cable, and internet in someone else's name. Considered by many to be financial black holes, this breed of pondscum is a cankerous sore on society's underbelly.
"Don't worry, our trashy neighbors won't be here long, they're swillionaires!"
See also: bottomfeeder, lowrent, swill, scum, trash, white-trash, loser, beggar, vagabond, train wreck, druggie, etc.
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