weird looking kid. pronounced so that it rhymes with hulk like "wulk"
Theodore, you sir are a wlk
That's not nice, I think I look pretty normal
A mip is a peculiar looking character that is for some reason strange, and off beat to your observations.
:Man look at him, what a mip.
:Yea your right he is pretty fucking weird looking.
Some weird enemy in one of the Lunar games for the PlayStation.
Zohar is really weird looking.
(Noun) A ghetto bush or a not so attractive looking bush.
"Did you see that karpit? It looked all weird looking."
"Dude your hella karpit."
One ugly bastard; a weird-looking liberal pansy who is the co-host of FOX News' "Hannity & Colmes"; the former name mentioned in the title of that show is the better one, of course. Is very ignorant of the truth, and doesn't get his facts straight before making his typical left-wing remarks. Speaking of typical, he is very ugly like the majority of Democrats.
I'm suprised Sean Hannity (The smart and far better-looking one) and Alan Colmes haven't already killed each other, or at least been fighting and literally being at each others' throats several times.
n. a person who is different than most, a nerd, goth, or someone messed up in the head.
"Dude look at that fucking weird over there."
"What the hell is that weird looking at."
Jay: "Dude, look at that weird smelling your sister's hair!"
You: "Im gonna kill that freak."
The XM is a large car built by French manufacturer PSA Peugeot Citroen between 1989 and 2000.more...
The XM is regarded as an excellent car by enthusiasts, who relish it's rock bottom second hand values, and enjoy equipment and trim levels similar, or even superior to that of other luxury cars such as BMWs and Mercedes.
Universally and somewhat undeservedly feared by the non-initiated public, and Citroen dealers alike. Not a car for the faint hearted, or those afraid to get their hands dirty. That said, most the stories about the car's legendary complexity are easily dispelled with a little research / advice from fellow owners. It's actually not that hard to understand (nor that unreliable) when you see how it's supposed to work.
In spite of this, mechanics at service departments cower in fear when an XM pulls up outside. The Citroen dealer network's knowledge of the car in some markets, particularly the UK and Ireland, is utterly abysmal.
Perhaps this is due in part to the low sales of XM's in these markets, meaning that they have little / no experience of the car. Indeed, some of the younger service technicians profess to never having seen one.
As a result of this, rare is the XM enthusiast who would trust a main dealer to go anywhere near his beloved car. Most owners tend t...