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Kikai can be both an adjective or a noun. As as adjective, you would use Kikai to describe someone who openly despises most of those around them, is constantly angered, likes cursing and electrical spears, is attracted to drag queens and pretty women, would ditch their kid if they decided they didn't like parenting, and likes to look edgy.

As a noun, Kikai can be used as a weapon against assholes who won't go away. You can get your Kikai at any gay bar- just look in the corner where no one goes. You'll find one, but beware. They bite, scream, and wave their electric spears around very violently. Handle with care.
Person A: shoot, this guy won't leave me alone!
Person B: time to take out Kikai.
Kikai: *loud screaming with lots of profanities sprinkled in*

Person A: you're being a real Kikai right now.
Person B: *stabs them with electric spear*
by Captain Shipper February 19, 2020
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