An eleven day festival beginning September 3rd and ending September 13th each year in honor of "The Greatest Holiday That Never Was". Bobunk refers to the erasure of an imaginary holiday mentioned by Salem the cat in Sabrina The Teenage Witch, whereby the holiday was literally erased from all time and memory.
Festivities for this holiday normally included copious amounts of alcohol, honoring of cats, food, and general merriment. While the third Saturday of November is often stated as the holiday Bobunk, history shows that the year 1752 and the month of September shows actual evidence of 11 days missing (attributed to the Julian to Gregorian calendar switch), and would be more appropriate for "The Greatest Holiday That Never Was" and the story about a holiday that was literally wiped from existence and memory.
With the Festival of Bobunk approaching, cats the world over began to stock their liquor cabinets in preparation, as well as aspirin and alkaseltzer for the expected hangovers lasting until New Years Eve.
Something so great it will blow your socks off.
Unbelievably, amazingly, indescribably not entirely unlike an orgasm but much cleaner and a lot less work involved.
Coined by William G Burns III in the book, "English Idioms, Sayings and Slang" by Wayne Magnuson.
A free trip to space on Virgin Galactic Rocks Socks.
The day that Ferris Beuller had Rocks Socks.
adjective - to type incoherently, or in such a manner as to have implied typing via teabagging
the keyboard or typing while receiving oral sex.
Duke used slang, l33tspeak
, and atrocious spelling in such a combination as to make us suspect that he was simply keybagging his posts.
verb: A combination of Dastardly and Bastard, whereby the actions of an individual or group constitute bastard like proportions of dastardly behavior. Premeditated and planned complex screwing over.
In the game Soyoban (Cat Mario), many of the levels included gimmicks and expert scenarios which made them bastardly to complete.
adjective: Gigantic + Huge + Cubic. Word to describe an incomprehensibly large three dimensional volume such as the known universe or infinite parallel universes.
The whole of space and time can be described as gihugic in size, volume, and shape.