1. (verb) “to Kendi”. To use anecdotes over hard data that often conflict with reality to support ideology.
2. (noun) To have a short or unimpressive publication history.
“You only have two papers published at age 28? What are you, a Kendi?”
“My younger cousin threw a tantrum and straight up kendi’d my parents into grounding me.”
A very sexy Sri Lankan man who tickles your nipples with his rhythm stick. He loves Uber eats, minecraft, and Russian-Chinese-pot-smoking twinks.
“How would you describe Nigel?”
“He’s a gay niglet who comes from the land of presidents.”