Body Parts

T-Lumps

5 Mar , 2013  

man-boobs

Noun

1. Breasts.
Ex: I’ve never been able to effectively work my t-lumps.

Origin: Borrowed from the Adventure Time episode, Gotcha.

, , , ,

Body Parts

Jenny(s)

11 Dec , 2012  

jennies

Noun

1. Genitals, male or female.
Ex: “The doctor said my jennies will be fine, but that I should probably take a break from making nut shot videos.”

Origin: Word shortening.

, , , ,

Human Body

Trouble at the Old Mine

22 Oct , 2012  

Trouble At The Old Mine

Verb Phrase

1. A feeling of intestinal distress that usually involves a trip to the restroom.
Ex: “If you’ll excuse me, I think I’ve got trouble at the old mine.”

Origin: Submitted by Rob P.

, , , ,

Human Body

Hammer Time

9 Oct , 2012  

I pooped a hammer

Noun

1. The moment you realize you are about to poop a hammer.
Ex: Oooh god, its hammer time.

Origin: Derivative of “I pooped a hammer.”

, , , , ,

Body Parts

Hush

4 Sep , 2012  

hush

Noun

1. Vagina.
Ex: A whore’s bath? Yes, I had a one night stand so I rubbed some dryer sheets on my pits and splashed some water on my hush. I’m a modern woman!

Origin: Borrowed from an episode of Happy Endings.

, , ,

Body Parts

Back Mouth

5 Sep , 2011  

Back Mouth

Noun

1. Butthole
Ex: Jason has the nicest back mouth

2. A deformity where someone actually has some sort of mouth/lips growing on their back

Origin: Borrowed from an audio commentary  on an Arrested Development episode.

, , , , , ,

Body Parts

Back Taters

24 Aug , 2011  

backtater

Noun

1. Fat that creeps around to ones back, creating back tits.
Ex: Ugh, gross, look at the back taters on that dude.

Origin: On a family campout, a relative was putting on a lifejacket and it smashed her together and created back tits. And taters was a way to not say tits in front of little kids. Put it all together, back taters.

, , , , ,

Human Body

Drama Pipes

10 Jul , 2009  

drama-pipes

Noun

1. Stomach/intestinal problems.
Ex: Oh god where is the pepto, I’ve got all kinds of drama pipes.

2. Pipes used to carry drama from one area to another.

3. Pipes constructed of drama.

Origin: Borrowed from Achewood.

, , ,

Phenomenon

Piss shivers

15 Jan , 2009  

pissshivers

Noun

1. A condition experienced, when someone needs to urinate so badly that they involuntarily shudder a bit.
Ex:
Are you cold?-No I have the piss shivers.

Origin: Jess had to go to the bathroom really bad, and found that this phenomenon occurred.

*Though most of the world knows about the piss shivers, Jess discovered them at age 26.

, , ,