Refers to one about to unleash a massive gaseous ripper from his/her lower flanks that will drive everyone in the room out of the room.
I am about to commit chemical warfare in here!!!
by Allen Hawkinson April 13, 2006
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The act of using flatulence in order to gain an advantage during a competitive game.
DUDE! We agreed! No chemical warfare during Street Fighter! That’s cheating!
by TwinFami December 4, 2020
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Track 7 off the Dead Kennedys first album "Fresh Fruit For The Rotting Vegetables"

Written by Jello Biafra, the song is a parody of the arms race that existed between the usa and the soviets concerning massive weapons.

Its main point driven home though gives a very witty and satirical look at the thoughts of dropping mustard gas on country club golfers on a sunny afternoon.

Has one of the best punk guitar riffs of all time!
Chemical Warfare
Chemical Warfare
Chemical Warfare
Warfare, Warfare!
by didjitmachines July 10, 2004
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The smart and usually simple tactic of taking someone you like out even though they are not interested in you and pumping them full of alcoholic drinks until they succumb to your amazing charms.

Often used by people who have befriended a person of the opposite sex who is hindered from persuing a relationship with them due to factors like already having a significant other.
Ken: Dude, can't believe you nailed that girl. She wasn't even talking to you until you bought her a drink.

Dave: Yeah dave, i'm a master at chemical warfare.
by hsfluffy March 31, 2009
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Captain Fisher wondered if WWI was still somehow, going on up the soldier's ass, due to the chemical warfare farts.
by I, Wreckerrr October 10, 2016
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A style of military trouser, possibly of Israeli vintage, that achieved wide popularity in the city of Lancaster and surrounding areas of southeastern Pennsylvania for several years in the late 1980s, particularly among followers of punk rock, New Wave, and other musical, social, and political fringe movements. Whether the trend extended to other regions of the country is currently unknown. The pants, familiarly known as "chems," are characterized by a drawstring waist, a lack of pockets, and knitted elastic cuffs, and constructed of a light military duck fabric (of questionable utility, one suspects, in actually protecting the wearer from weaponized chemicals). The only known purveyor of the pants was the underground-fashionable military surplus store and scene hub DMZ, located on N. Queen St. in Lancaster, which closed its doors in the mid-1990s. As with many of DMZ's "peacetime accessories," wearing chemical warfare pants constituted for some a subtle ironic protest against the military-industrial complex in the waning days of the Cold War. It should also be noted that they simply looked cool and were damned comfortable. All sources suggest that chemical warfare pants of this particular style are unattainable and possibly extinct.
"Dude, Public Affection is playing the Chameleon tonight and my chemical warfare pants are dirty. You got an extra pair?"
by West Branch October 28, 2011
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(n.) A passive aggressive argument between roommates, conducted when both parties continually refuse to take the trash out.

The resulting odor can lead to a household crisis, with general evacuation and avoidance of the common areas for the duration of the conflict. Can last for several days or, if stubborn, months.
Lisa: I'm near yours, can I stop by?
Tom: Wear a gas mask, we are enduring garbage bin chemical warfare.
by nolandc September 12, 2019
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