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Posted: i know urbandictionary.com has been mentioned on a number of occasions (and to be honest i thought there was a whole thread devoted to it, but the search didn't return anything - please redirect me if i am mistaken)
we had many giggles finding our names in urbandictionary.com
for tilly i found:
*description of a females body that turns a male on in a romantic way
*A girl who is deceptive and wild, all with an innocent smile across her face (which i absolutly love and aspire to be!)
*An energy vampire. It sucks the life out of young boys
but my favourite by far was for tillymonster (which my best friend calls me):
1. Flat-chested whore.
2. A bitchy midget who throws out funny insults which most people can't comprehend because they spell horribly
....try it, it's fun and funny EDITED_BY: tillymoo (1163079532)
"A Thnead's a fine thing that all people need" Dr Suess
"to geoff it" : to hint at a perverted version of anything.
you just geoffed it.
2. Geoff 35 up, 14 down
Etymological studies lead to believe this was a Celtic derivation in nowadays Holland. It translates roughly as either a state of grandiose magnificence or one who is God of everything and has a heart of oak.
Man, I feel so Geoff
This guy's a real Geoff
3. geoff 35 up, 38 down
verb, comes from the chinese slang 'to geoff' meaning to kill a vampire, eat its lungs in a traditional indian curry while dancing around singing. geoffrey in todays terms has become mondernised by society and now means 'to [censored]'
damn that was some good geoffing, thats not how i'd geoff,