10 definitions by SusieQ

the second degree of roughness in the scale:

minger, mingerola, semi-conga, momma-conga

with 'minger' being a 1 on the scale of roughness, and momma-conga being a 4. Thus, 'mingerola 'is a 2 - bad but not the worst.
"Stacey is a semi-conga."
"No, she's not that bad. She's a mingerola."
by SusieQ October 31, 2006
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the fourth degree of roughness in the scale:

minger, mingerola, semi-conga, momma-conga

with 'minger' being a 1 on the scale of roughness, and momma-conga being a 4. Thus, momma-conga is the worst, and is saved for the truly reprehensible specimens.
"You're plumbing the depths tonight, Matt. That bird is a momma-conga!"
"I know. I'me desperate."
by SusieQ October 31, 2006
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Pronounced 'rar-ko'. The quality of having bad breath or halitosis. It is most often used as a noun - i.e. 'he is raco'. It can also be used in an adjectival sense as in 'she has raco breath'.
'Man, your breath is raco after eating that kebab.'
'Thanks, I'll go and clean my teeth'.

and

'My cat is raco as f*ck.'
by SusieQ June 28, 2005
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Faeces.

Can be used as a noun e.g. 'a large bice' or a verb 'I'm going to bice'.

It originates from the Swedish word 'bajs' which means faeces.
"I really need to drop a bice after that kebab I ate last night."

"Where are you going, Pete?"
"To bice."
by SusieQ May 21, 2008
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- Where have you been, Mike?
- I've just been crimping off a length of dirty spine, mate.
by SusieQ October 4, 2005
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In the manner of Bond - James Bond, in reference to his heightened abilities in the fields of suaveness, je ne sais quoi and general smoothness. Used as an adjective as in 'That car is double o'
'Do you like my new sound system?'
'Yeah man, double o.'

'What did you think of that band?'
'Double o.'
by SusieQ June 23, 2005
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