306 definitions by Diggity Monkeez

1) Incredibly mean.

2) Disgusting.
1) My new math teacher is nasty; she gave me three detentions just for sneezing in class.

2) I'm not sure what's in that sandwich; all I know is that it smells nasty.
by Diggity Monkeez February 2, 2005
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To make sure. Not to be confused with insure.
He ensured that I wouldn't get any leftovers by getting home before me and eating all of them.
by Diggity Monkeez January 15, 2005
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To complain somewhat pointlessly. Grumbling usually consists of merely bemoaning an unfortunate/unfair situation instead of attempting to come up with a solution.
And so he's still grumbling about being picked off of third two innings ago, and whaddayaknow, he gets picked off again!
by Diggity Monkeez May 21, 2005
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The players on the National League's Los Angeles baseball team. Originally, the Dodgers played in Brooklyn, where they first received the name 'Dodgers'. The name was a reference to the homeless who covered Brookyln's streets in those days, dodging the trolleys that carried passengers around the city. The nickname doesn't make much sense nowadays, unless it refers to the bullet-dodgers in Compton.
The Dodgers are cool solely on the grounds that José Lima pitches for them.
by Diggity Monkeez January 26, 2005
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An insult that is not, of course, implying that the person on the receiving end of said insult has a brain that is held together by paste. It is just another way of calling somebody 'stupid'.
Carl: Well, how was I supposed to know that the coffee was scalding hot?

Pete: You made the coffee, paste-for-brains.
by Diggity Monkeez January 26, 2005
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Warren Gamaliel Harding, twenty-ninth President of the United States. Generally regarded as the States' worst president ever, Harding elected many corrupt officials to his cabinet, leading to embarrassing public scandals (most famously, the Teapot Dome Scandal, in which millionaires illegally bought Navy oil fields from Harding's cabinet officals). Harding died in the middle of his term, and was succeeded by his vice-president, Calvin Coolidge.
Warren G wasn't a great president.
by Diggity Monkeez January 18, 2005
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1) In pain from a previous injury. When sore, there is still some pain, but it is gradually decreasing.

2) An injury that is healing slowly.

3) Upset about an incident that took place some time ago.
1) I'm sore from that basketball game; I think I need to condition myself better.

2) That sore on your leg is still there, eh?

3) Lonnie's pretty sore about the fact that Mitch broke his bike.
by Diggity Monkeez March 27, 2005
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