A guy who repeatedly trying to touch a girl despite her not wanting or inviting it.

He puts his hand on the back of her neck, she shrugs it off then seconds later he tries to put arm around her waist.

She feels harassed and tells him to f*ck right off
"Dude tried to put is arm around my waist in the gallery. I told him to back off then seconds later he tries it again. It's like fending off an octopus"
by claireg November 09, 2009
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A cat that only has one life left.
This daffynition of octopus appeared in the B.C. Comic Strip, Octopu... er I mean, October Oct... er, I mean October 8, 2006.
by Downstrike October 08, 2006
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1. Plural of octopus

2. Pi to the 8th power

3. An octagon shaped pie
Hey man, pass me the octopi
by Eric Gardner February 24, 2008
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1. An afro after it has gotten wet

2. An awesome creature under the sea.
"omg! your afro is like an octopus!"

On a boring nature program, I saw an octopus. Then the program wasn't boring any more!
by shuttershades July 03, 2010
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A creature with a head and eight dicks used to massage the vagina
Brenden: “Dang motherfucker that creature has eight dicks!”

David: “Oh that’s just an octopus”
by Grandma Toots April 27, 2019
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A group of sea spiders that come fluttering in. Yes, you may have once thought that they were octopuses, we all did, but no. These creatures are in fact pies with eight legs. This posh pronunciation- Octopi (make sure to pronounce with hand gestures)brings out your inner lady/gentlemen and brings the sass to facts.
Hot dude: wow, look all dem octopuses absolutely killing it with that’s strut! Dam.

Person: actually, those spineless, sexy cephalopods are called octopi
Hot dude: wow... I’m gonna meditate and marinate on that one.
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by Allelby December 14, 2020
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The incorrect plural of the word 'octopus', using a Latin ending for a word ending in 'us', by replacing it with an 'i', as in 'octopi'.

In English, it is correct to say 'octopuses', first used by uneducated peasants who did not know of the word's Greek origin, however, it is still technically incorrect.

The word 'octopus' is Greek (octo=eight, pus=foot), therefor, it's ending should be a Greek ending. The Greek ending of the word 'octopus' is 'octopodes' (pronounced: Ock-Top-Oh-Dez).
Octopi is the number, eight multiplied by pi, so is 25.13274123...
by Octopodes December 08, 2010
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