(noun): Anyone who dehumanizes themselves by selling their soul to others. The term can be applied to either a man or a woman or--as in the case of <Anne Coulter>--both.
Anne Coulter: You two ladies look awfully interesting. Are you Indians?
Woman #1: Yes, I'm a Navajo.
Woman #2: I'm an Arapahoe.
Anne Couter: What a coincidence! I'm a right-wing ho!
(noun, proper name): A sleazy,lying, anorexic, pin-legged, right-wing
alcoholic twinkie ho
who subsists entirely on a diet of cigarettes and Chardonnay.
The only thing I could find to wipe my butt with out in the woods was a discarded one-by-twelve inch autographed photo of Ann Coulter.
(exclamation): Originating as a greeting by Chief Thunderthud (the only Indian ever to have a moustache) to the Peanut Gallery
on the 50's television program "The Howdy Doody Show", the term was later adopted by surfers in the 60's.
Chief Thunderthud: Cowabunga, peanuts!
The Peanut Gallery: Cowabunga!
Surfer: Cowabunga, dude!
(noun): The only place you can take pictures of your hot
teenage cousin when she's wearing almost nothing at all, in full view of your family and hers, and not have to worry about getting clobbered for doing so.
Teen boy: Hey, cuz, how 'bout a shot of you in that bikini?
Teen girl: What, are you crazy? Some kind of perv?
Teen boy: How about at the beach, then? A shot of you sitting in the surf!
Teen girl: OK, let's go!
What the character Rorschach in Alan Moore's "Watchmen" says when he's deep in thought.
The Comedian: Hey, Rorschach, hurry up and order, goddammit!
(noun): One or more teenage girls.
Lotsa tuna at da beach last night.
(adj.) Once a man reaches middle age
and his formerly remarkable and youthful looks have completely lost their edge
, he develops an air of such utter harmlessness that he is no longer attractive to women. A man is described as "avuncular" when he stops looking like a sexual entity and starts looking like his Uncle Arby.
I'll have to stop hitting the clubs looking for action; my face has gotten so avuncular, chicks think I'm there to look for my runaway daughter.