2. synecdouche 3 thumbs up
Someone who uses rhetorical terms (such as synecdoche) frequently, pompously, and/or incorrectly.
Betty: Do you really love me?!
Tom: Is that a rhetorical question?
Adam: Dude, he says that every time. What a synecdouche.
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by pigeonmeister Jan 30, 2011 share this add a video
Dick from Cathar.
John:'Hey wheres this guy from?'
Joe:'His a cathardick.'
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by alocmrlj May 15, 2011 share this add a video
2. trope 18 up, 107 down
A type of fish... born when a trout a carp and a roach has a threesome, or when a trout a carp and a roach swim into each other a VERY high speeds thus fusing together forming a trope. trope may also come to being through radiation... the trope feed on kinkylicious sandwiggy's that are fed to them by coop (the 11th definition) who is the brookstar's slave.
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by yratt Jul 18, 2006 share this add a video
1. metaphorgasm 28 up, 1 down
What happens when someone overreacts, gushingly, to an overanalytical comment about literature.
The English teacher had a metaphorgasm when the student compared the clouds in the poem to femininity and the sun in the poem to masculinity.
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by NYandwhat Feb 8, 2005 share this add a video
1. anagrtam 1 thumb down
An anagram that doesn't work, and makes no sense at all. Often used to confuse people. You can easily produce your own anagrtam by beating your keyboard with a fish and seeing what happens.
Guy 1 "asfirv"
Guy 2 "Whaaa?"
Guy 1 "Thats an anagrtam for forest fire!"
5. pome 20 up, 46 down
A word to call someone. Can be a neutral word, an alternative to perhaps "dude"
May be used offensively
Hey pome, what's up?
Shut the hell up you pome!
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by shiny Jul 16, 2004 share this add a video