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K-MART EXPRESS

Vulgar. Nicely put, a cheap tart. =All his girlfriends is K-Mart Express. Etymology : derived from the notion that K-Mart sells cheap goods, and express meaning quick. =Interview on More…

Ka-ching

Used to express satisfaction at the [monetary] benefit(s) of an action. This word is onomatopoeic as it sounds like a cash register being opened, indicating the financial benefit of an More…

Kablaam

Able to take on multiple meanings depending on context, but most often following the general definition of: what’s up; the modern equivalent for ‘whoop there it is’ This More…

kabloom

The name of a floral shop in The Woodlands, Texas; also possibly an explosion of flora. Kabloom is most likely the blending and clipping of the words kaboom and bloom. The word Kabloom is More…

Kabuki

A type of theater particular to the Japanese culture. =referenced frequently as "kabuki theater" Etymology : Coined in 1899, the word can be parsed as usual—the morphemes this More…

kack

To kill. Presumed reason for coinage "Kack" is ordinarily used in a flippant or irreverent manner that downplays the seriousness of the death. This context seems to support that hypothesis. More…

Kaffufle

Definition: term used to describe a conflict or a feud going on between people. Kaffufle Origin: I heard this word on the 23rd of November 2005 on the television show More…

kai kai

(creative formation) the circumstance in which two men dressed in drag engage in sexual activity =When RuPaul's Drag Race Season 2 contestant Sahara Davenport revealed that her More…

kaiju

(novel creation) giant alien monsters from the bottom of the pacific ocean, blue-blood clones. =Kaiju is the name of the giant monsters in the movie Pacific Rim, which comes from some outer More…

Kamikaze

(widening) A drink composed of all the available beverages mixed into one. =Because of the chaotic nature of the drink and unknown effect, reference is made to kamikaze pilots. Etymology More…

Kamikaze[2]

Act of sacrificing one’s own ball to make in another ball in cut-throat (in billiards). =I’m going to kamikaze this green ball to make in that orange ball over there. Etymology : More…

Kandi

(novel creation) Bracelets generally made out of plastic pony beads; worn to raves and similar events. =Kandi is typically worn on the lower half of both arms. Bright and glow-in-the-dark More…

kanye

(ADV) To intrude or interrupt a person's event. =A metaphor for when Kanye West got on stage during Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at an awards show, took the microphone from More…

Kapoop

the act of being broken slang clever way of combining kaput and pooped out =The plane went kapoop. Etymology : blending and clipping of: kaput + poop =a girl at Rice University

Kapwing

The sound of a bullet bouncing off armor plating. The sound ‘kapwing’ is similar to the sound a bullet makes as it reflects off a medium such as armor plating. Because the More…

Kardashian 2

(eponym; noun) a unit of measurement denoting 72 days, the length of Kim Kardashian’s marriage to NBA star Kris Humphries. =Is not used commonly as a unit of measurement, but only used to More…

Kardashian Will

Working relentlessly and innovatively to keep oneself in the spotlight =The Kardashians are notorious for keeping themselves in the headlines with sensational news even though they have no More…

Karma Girl

Usually an unattractive girl that guys will do good deeds for, such as kissing, so that their bad deeds are cancelled out. The act of helping this girl is seen as a positive action that More…

katakata

Confusion or chaos Katakata is derived from the word “scatter” in the English language and it maintains a similar connotation. It doesn’t exactly mean to scatter, but More…

Kawaii

Very adorable and cute. "Kawaii" tends to be used for exceedingly cute things like puppies or adorable animated characters. The writer sought to incorporate a part of Japanese culture and More…


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