141 definitions by mandingoe

a cool southern way to pronounce "help" favoured by soul singers. This spelling is becoming popular on internet message boards.
by mandingoe June 6, 2004
Women who have veered from the work force into raising chickens, growing vegetables, and canning. A DYI locavore
My femivore friends may never do more than dabble in backyard farming - keeping a couple of chickens, some rabbits, maybe a beehive or two - but they're still transforming the definition of homemaker.
New York Times, Mar 14, 2010
by mandingoe September 6, 2010
some one who essentially eats just vegetables (as well as fish, eggs & milk) who's not too uptight about eating meat ocaisionally as a matter of convenience; a lenient vegetarian
Rather than offend his hosts, he ate a good-sized portion of the spaghetti a la carbonara they offered rather than making a meal out of salad, bread & dessert. Why go hungry? I'm a flexitarian.
by mandingoe May 28, 2004
I keep telling you, there is no sex in the champaign room! Give it a rest dude!
by mandingoe September 30, 2004
a gargantuan butt, more extreme than junk in the trunk
I look away when she's in the room. She's got an SUV in her pants. Each buttock is like a VW Beatle
by mandingoe June 1, 2004
Heavily accesorized.

A ho looking for tricks gets all tricked out in spandex, jewelry, hot-cha-cha lipstick, and a wig.
At her coronation, the Queen was all tricked out in brocade, ermines, and the crown jewels.
by mandingoe August 27, 2004
upset,angry,annoyed

can also be used as a verb (see below)

annoyance ranking:
* pissed off
* tit in a wringer
* pissy
*>ticked off
* undies in a bundle
* bent out of shape
* peaved
* miffed (agitated and fey)
He's still ticked off about the election of 2000.

These *#%$! referees really tick me off.
by mandingoe October 11, 2005