Verb, transitive: "To splash my boots" is a British army expression meaning to go for a pee in the outdoors (on manoueuvres, etc. when a regular lavatory isn't available.) The action of forceful micturation against a tree or similar tends to cause a splashback onto the boots.
I'm bursting for a piss. I'm just off to splash my boots.
Someone who is so worthless that the planet as a whole would be better off if he/she was dead, because he/she is consuming food that could go to the starving of Africa.
"??? is a waste of food."
Japanese adjective meaning horny, sexually arousing or explicit, or sexually aroused. Derived from the sound for the Roman letter H, which is the first letter in the Japanese adjective Hentai
"The etchi magazines are kept on the top shelf
The marketing department, if you work in product development.
See you guys later. I've got to go to The Dark Side for a scheduling meeting.
Japanese slang meaning to chase or hit on girls.
Hiro was trying to nampa girls at the bookstore near the station.
Phrasal verb -- "to cool up" -- (transitive or intransitive). It means to improve the cool
of something or someone.
This car design is too dull. We need to cool it up.
The candidate is uninteresting. He needs to cool up.
Adjective: Describes the appearance of soldiers in the field, who are usually have worn equipment, dirty uniforms, and unofficial additions or modifications of their kit. This makes them look tough and professional. People wanting to imitate that look will batter their new equipment, grow stubble even if they have the chance to shave, and so on.
Derived from 'rough'.
"Are you growing that beard because your chin is cold or do you just want to look more rufty-tufty?"