(adj.) To play very poorly in a video game, as if not knowing how to play the video game; a newcomer that doesn't know how to play the video game; often dying and being a burden to the team.
Chinese: 雷友
Let that thunderous teammate in our PUBG team die; if we try save him, we'll get killed as well.
by Beastdisease December 9, 2018
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Something wonderful...but with added norse grimness.
Note: Only for the tru kvlt black met'lers.
Abbath: "How are you, Attila?"
Attila: "ERRGHGHHGH!!! FUCKING THUNDERFUL-UHHH!"
Abbath: "YEAH!!!"
by Goulash Crompton February 12, 2008
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A variant on “What in tarnation?” which itself was a lightening-up of the word “damnation,” “thunderation” was popular in the United States back in the 1830’s and 40’s. It’s time for it to come back.
Thunderation! Who the hell tried to flush a roll of Scottowels down the loo again?!?
by Telephony April 20, 2018
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A soundwave caused by lightning rapidly heating the air and exploding.
Fred heard thunder and said, "whooaooaoaoaoo you lose"
by JOHNSON October 31, 2003
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is that thunder, im sorry i must make my leave and fight the sky!
by DaNinjaBreadMan.lol June 11, 2009
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A drinking game involving "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC and any number of players, who stand in a circle, and bring 2 drinks each, (you'll need both). The song is played, and any time any variation of the word 'thunder' (thunder, thunderstruck, etc) is said in the song, the first person in line starts drinking, and keeps drinking until the word is said again, which is when the next person starts drinking, and so on. This continues around the circle until the end of the song. There are 2 solos, which is the worst spot to have.
"Hey man we should definitely play thunder at this party"
"Yeah dude, but I gotta make sure I don't get the solo again. Last time we played I woke up in a ditch with a homeless man tickling my B-Hole"
by Mikey See October 18, 2013
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When a reveller succumbs to the affects of alcohol and falls unconscious before the end of the festivities. Comes from the military term which is used to describe a paratrooper whose parachute does not open.
We had to leave the party early because my husband started to thunder in.
by yecart_13 January 13, 2009
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