27 Feb , 2013  



1. The perceived inherent gay qualities of the food you are eating.
Ex: “Dude. Are you really eating a banana right now?”

2. The fear that eating phallic shaped foods makes you gay.
Ex: “Dude! You’re right! I can’t eat this, its dick shaped. It might make me want other dick shaped things, like dicks!”

Origin: A facebook back and forth about food (d)evolving into the above.

Submitted by: Brian H.

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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.

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Color The Nut Brown

10 Aug , 2009  



1. Penetrating the ain. (Anal intercourse).
Ex: “Hey girl how do you feel about me coloring the nut brown tonight?” “I feeling like that isn’t happening.”

2. Wiping after deification and getting poo on you testicles.
Ex: “Ahh fuck! I just colored the nut brown. Damnit.”

Origin: The phrase is taken from amazing individual names Rusty Tons. Trying to explian Rusty via the internet just won’t work. Ask us in person and we’ll give the full awesome story. As for the meanings of the phrases above, brown = poop, nut = testicles/semen. Not exactly complicated stuff.

Submitted by: Charbuckles

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Red Squirrel In The Morning

7 Aug , 2009  



1. Morning coitus. Specifically, morning coitus with someone with red hair, carpet and drapes.

Origin: Lifted by Charbuckles from a Fleet Foxes song.

Submitted by: Charbuckles

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Borderline insult


3 Mar , 2009  

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Pronounced: Miami – aie

1. To make things much worse than they are.  (verb)
Ex: As bad as you are at dancing on the architecture, some how you managed to Miamier to up.

2. Someone who makes Miami saucey.  (noun)

Origin: Who knows, Andy is bananas with the words.

Submitted by: Andy G.

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30 Rock


2 Mar , 2009  



1. Anything that you have some vague idea exists, but really know nothing at all about.
Ex: “Dance on the architecture? Is that an efron?”

Origin: On an episode 30 rock, Liz Lemon says “He looks like Zack Efron – that’s a thing, right?” when refering to a much younger love interest.

Submitted by: Derek L.

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