Unlike Turrets Syndrome, Inturrets happens over the internet, a sufferer of Inturrets will often type out profanity's in their posts cause they can't help it.
Hi guys, I'm new to the Forums F*** PISS OUT OF MY ASS!! I hope we can all get along... Sorry I have Inturrets, SHIT! F***!
What you say when something surprises you, angers you, or you feel a turrets-esque urge to yell it out.
Tits! I forgot my book at home.
Phrase used when under extreme stress or trying to make people leave you alone by acting like you have turrets.
While sitting around doing nothing Jim just started yelling "COCK WAGON WAGON WAGON WAGON"
An unofficial condition in which you are texting or typing a message and sudden words appear in between that you did not plan or even think about typing. Could also happen when you are using a text correction program on your phone such as the T9 or predictive txt like on iphones.
Person 1: "Are you going to show up to the thing today?"
Person 2: "Yeah, we'll see if I get there by then."
Person 1: "Or if at all. Hahaha!"
Person 2: "Pretty much. oil"
Person 1: "WTF? Oil? Dude, you must have a case of thumbrrets syndrome."
Obviously this example is not as severe as other episodes can be.
The disease like turrets in which you shout out things that are true, that may or may not embarrass someone.
Person 1: I love you.
Person 2: And I you.
Person 3: SHES CHEATING ON YOU. Shit. My True-ets is acting up again.
a professor who either has turrets syndrome, habitually makes bad jokes, won't let you listen to music during exams, is obsessed with his Seattle tea, thinks that pain is a good method of instruction, or all of the above.
Dr. Massman is an awkward prof
A larger structure serving the same purpose as a turret, compared to the stand-alone gun, turret.
Commonly used outside the US where proper English DOES exist. It should be added to an English dictionary, if it has not been already. Turret is instead used as being part of a tower or building.
It might also relate to a more automatic and continuously firing weapon.
Regardless of the differences, it is sometimes used interchangeably with turret and found in both forms in video games.
The missile turrent was a base defence while the naval boats had turrets as their means of combat.