22 definitions by rapmasta

Acronym for "Super Hot Babe 11". Refers to a girl so stunning that she rates an 11 on a 10 point scale of beauty.
Check out that model from Perfect 10... she's one SHB11!
by rapmasta December 12, 2006
Rhodesian, Cretan, Lesbosian... it's all good!

We're sleek, we're Greek -- get used to it!
by rapmasta April 30, 2004
A statement of acknowledgement, occurring with or without thoughtful head-nodding, that follows the question "Does this patient have blood mixed in with his stool?" Often overheard at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.
Doctor: "All right, everyone. Now that we have ruled out epistaxis and melena, would it be fair to say that the blood mixed in with the stool is in fact hematochezia?"

Hip-Hop Medical student "fo sheezy, hematocheezy."
by rapmasta April 9, 2004
A mythical navy submarine so named because she was always such a pleasure to be in that HQ had no problem getting her out of her slip and filling her with seamen.
All the sailors stood at attention when Nympho dove in front of them.
by rapmasta April 21, 2004
A Vanilla-Ice-style way of saying funky.
The slowest selling album of all time is "Screech gotsta get fonky."
by rapmasta May 25, 2004
A Vanilla-Ice-style way of saying "I/you/her/she/we/they" must.
The slowest selling album of all time "Screech gotsta get fonky."
by rapmasta May 25, 2004
A type of coffee whose production requires the gastrointestinal skills of the common palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) also known as the lewak. It is indigenous to rainforests from northern India to the Phillipines.

The luwak is frequently seen climbing coffee trees where it eats the coffee cherries. The cat is unable to digest them, so the beans pass through the cat's digestive system unscathed and into its droppings. Coffee plantations on three islands in Indonesia collect the beans from the feces.

Experts say the luwak likes to eat the ripest and reddest coffee beans, which are the best ones for brewing. The cat eats the outer covering of the beans in the same way that de-pulping machines process the beans.

Billed as the most expensive coffee in the world, the price is approxinately $600 per pound for "Kopi Luwak" coffee beans, billed as one of the rarest beverages in the world.

Only 500 lbs (227 kg) of the beans are produced every year.
Kopi Luwak is "good to the last dropping". It is "earthy and bold" with a "complex" and "gamey" flavour.
by rapmasta May 6, 2004