A person who uses the internet to unmask lies and deception that are portrayed as truth by the main stream media. They then post the findings, with checkable references, on blogs and the likes of Twitter to bring attention to underhand dealings and lies - that have been "glossed over" or ignored by the main stream media to the attention of everyone.
The term is widely used by journalists of the main stream media in Scotland to refer to those unearthing wrong doing in Scottish football, it is used by the main stream media as a form of insult but has been taken up by the so called "internet bampots" as a badge of honour reflecting their ability to dig out the hidden facts ans show the main stream media up for the corrupt, fawning poodles that they have become.
That Phil Mac Giolla Bhain is just an blog writing internet bampot.
Rangers tax case is written by an internet bampot.
I write facts about Scottish footballs underhand dealings the main stream media call me an internet bampot - I'm proud of my badge!
caughtin the act of something illegal or underhand.
originated in NZL
Jimmy got snapped bangin his momma
his Dadda wern't happi ;(
n. pl. knives (nvz)
A cutting instrument consisting of a sharp blade attached to a handle.
A cutting edge; a blade.
v. knifed, knif·ing, knifes
To use a knife on, especially to stab; wound with a knife.
Informal. To betray or attempt to defeat by underhand means.
I'm gonna knife your brother if he ever touches my ride again.
(n.) A graceful form of fighting for the gentry. No underhand tricks, tomfoolery left out, this is one good way to die.
Dueling was allowed in Hungary until 1933. However, should anyone be killed, mansluaghter was the sentance handed down.
mixture of sneaky, devious, vulgar, unscrupulous, underhand in a sexual sense. it was first used near Glasgow UK, in 1988, uncorrectly as the pronunciation of 'snide' which means bogus/counterfeit. It has no reference whatsoever to a golfer of the same name.
1. His advances to her where going nowhere. He was drunk and acting like a Snead and annoying every female within a square mile. or: 2. He had three girls going at the same time, none of them knew it, he was King Snead.
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Runched in the ass (verb)
1. To runch someone in a deceitful or underhand way, involving an element of surprise.
2. When an enemy exceeds your expectations of power and beats you.
1. "He pretended he'd gone afk, I never saw his army coming, I was totally runched in the ass"
2. "I didn't know this guy was a boss, he runched me in the ass"
"Rodent" is a term in itself that is much the same as "Rat", a term to describe someone who's behaviour is sneaky and likely to be connected with the underhand seduction of a potential shag. Except "Rodent" is a stronger derogatory description than "Rat". "Rodent tendancies" is a blanket description of the traits associated with the behavior of a rat/rodent.
You can tell Dean Boyle is a rat bastard because he has rodent tendancies.
Phil Dixon pretends to be a gentleman in front of the ladies, but his rodent tendancies are clear to the rest of us.
Paul Firth was displaying rodent tendancies when he was chatting up that minger last night. Rat.
I've got nothing against Jon Storer, but i'd be lying if i said he didn't have notorious rodent tendancies.