One bad ass Counter Strike and Strategist. He is capable of designing and strategizing the best of maps. His cunningness and brightness are his strengths. While not pwning at the videogames, he is smiting people as 'Zeus' or making people feel completely inconsiderate
W u f e O: You insubordinant crack-sniffling dung-eating penis wrinkle of an idiot.
W u f e O: No. You think I care?
W u f e O: You think you can even think
W u f e O: Cause I don't think you can think.
W u f e O: Cause you are incapable of thinking.
W u f e O: You know what that means, don't ya?
Adjective form of approval for gay man with a high "Woof!" potential; generally expresses a gay man's admiration for a particularly virile gay male
like a hairy-chested bear
or well-defined muscle daddy
. The woofy object of admiration is more likely to be older
rather than younger than the woofer
See also Woof!
"Okay, so who's woofier: Blake Nolan
or Tim Kelly
"Hard to choose, dude, they're both so woofy
. I wouldn't kick either out of bed."
Diminutive slang for a canine; similar to doggy or pup. Seems to be more common in Canadian and British English than American.
Alex wondered where her woofy (or woofies) had gone, but then noticed she'd left the front gate open.
acronym for Well Off Older Folks
Fred's parents made great financial decisions early in life, causing them to become woofy's. They are currently spending Fred's inheritance, causing Fred to have ballistic coniption
Slang for Wolf
. Commonly used by the Furry community, targeting Furries with wolf-based characters.
Furry 1: Aww, aren't you the cutest little woofy ever?!
Furry 2: Yus I is!!! *blushes*
(woo fee): "cool" or "good" or "awesome"
A: Have you heard that new Black Eyed Peas?
B: Yea, that shit is woofy!
A: Have you been to that new club?
B: Yea, it's woofy as hell in there!
freakishly obsessed and bitchy with someone one of the same sex
dude what the fuck!! you guys are gettin a little woofy on me?!?
a multi-purpose word for the use of such things as;
1. making your friend laugh
2. knowing when to leave somewhere
3. filling a silence
4. a verb
1. person a: what shall we do today?
person b: WOOFY
2. *after walking into a shop and knowing that you mutually want to leave but not wanting to seem rude*
person a: woofy?
4. person a: well i had a woofing good time.