Thesaurus for Batmobile
Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for Batmobile
Now you all know who Batman REALLY is.
a small pipe that only holds a tiny amount of marijuana, only enough for one hit, it's shaped like a ciggerette and is about as long as a ciggerette as well. most bats come with a dug-out as a set, and are usually stored inside the dug-out for convenience
You wanna take a rip off the bat?
All I have is a bat, and dug-out.
Lets smoke the kief with the bat.
Possibly the coolest fictional character of all time. Batman's archenemy, with a thing for green and purple. Has been played by Jack Nicholson and many others. Also known as the Clown Prince of Crime and the Ace of Knaves.
"Joker and Batman faced off in Gotham City and Batman got sprayed with Smilex."
1. a motorcycle (usually sportbike) that is travelling at an unusually slow speed;
often used to insult a fellow biker
2. the bike portion of the Batmobile from the movie "Dark Night"; which we see our beloved Batman cape-flapping through Gotham at break-neck speeds of up to 30mph
"Against your Batmobike? I'd better take off my shoes, I run faster bare-footed..."
"I checked my mirrors for him, but all I could see was his cape flapping."
"When are you gonna sell that Batmobike and get a Huffy?"
Someone that's shagged almost everyone in the neighbourhood.
Kerry is the village bike. Everyone's had a ride on her!
Buicks are sadly underappreciated. Yes, they are all land yachts, and yes, they have a bad rep from old people not knowing how to drive them.
But they run forever, can survive a crash with nearly anything, and nine times out of ten, are faster than your little import four-banger.
Videos exist of the 1987 Buick Regal GNX schooling Corvettes and 5.0 Mustangs. Anyone who says Buicks are slow is grossly uneducated.
1. all flash, no function. Expending all power but with little or no productivity
Derived from the movie "Dark Night"; in which we see our beloved Batman riding his Batmobike through Gotham; notably the only time you'll see our hero's cape moving faster than him.
2. an excessive ruckus created with nothing to back it
3. overly hyped with a disappointing result
"I expected that Batmobike to tear through Gotham City, but all I saw was a Bat-ton of cape-flapping."
Men's best companion. Often referred as "My wife".
"Dude! Where's my car?"