1) A mild insult to use when someone does something stupid or retarded etc.
2) Used to describe someone who has peculiar (a.k.a beany) body features e.g. a strangely round head, bulgy eyes or just looks a bit disabled (not literally mentally/physically disabled- that would be mean). Overall, anyone who has a feature which may look funny. NOTE: This is said discretely, not shouting at the person.
3) Describing someone which you are not fond of.
4) Can be used before the word "pole" to describe a freakishly tall bean.
1) Mike: Hey have you done the maths homework?
Alex: ...What homework?
Mike: Oh God, you bean*.
*"bean" is the basic 'insult'. This can be expanded to fit the situation. If you feel bean is not quite enough, you can add style to your bean calling. There are many ways in which you can do this, and there are still some being discovered/invented today e.g. "Oh God, you beansfuce(pronounced both f-use & f-us) /beanage/ beanie/ beansfacey" etc.
Another way to enrich your bean calling activity is to add adjectives before the "bean" core e.g. Major Bean (this title can only be given to the most beanliest being in the premises, and cannot be shared between two rival beans. Every environment must have a Major Bean, regardless of how many 'lesser beans' are discovered. So choose your Major Bean wisely.), Blinking Bean (this is an actual bean in our premises, which was named due to their tendency to blink uncontrollably for many minutes) etc.
2) -Small bulgy person who just happens to look Italian with round head who has a bald spot trudges past.-
Nick: LOL, look at that bean.
Alex: We should call that the Italian bean.**
**It is common to name beans. This is useful in school-like environments, because it is easier to identify the beans. For example, if the next day Alex spots the 'Italian Bean' walking by, he will proudly proclaim "Italian Bean" discretely to his friends, as if he were a 'bean spotter'.
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