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Pronounced like deft or daft and means pretty much the same thing. it's from an abbreviation of D 3 Foundation Trust, d3ft.tk founded by Jereme Rucker. (see d3th) The acronym was chosen because Jereme has littleregard for proper spelling and grammar of the English language. I mean he doesn't even know how to spell "distribution"(see d3th).
A variation of the 69 in which the female holds the male off the ground upside-down and backwards by his ankles. The man rubs the back of his head in the females vaginal region whilst the female eats the butthole of the male.
Spanish slang for faggot; gay; transsexual; hermaphrodite; man-whore. This word is THE most offensive word in Spanish, sadly it is hardly used anymore. In an effort to revive it, it was posted on urbandictionary. It can also be used to express frustration, anger, or to signify that something is funny. It originated from the gay lover of a Portuguese prince by the name of Dabin Croñe in the 15th or 16th century. It is used as an adjective and a noun. It is used in some parts of southeastern Spain and Andalusia(Andalucia). I have only said this word aloud three times in front of my parents and close family members, and each time ended with a VERY ackward moment of silence and death stares. Sorry for my poor English. I am a native (Andalucian) Spanish speaker and I have heard my friends from Brasil and Latin America use this word so you can be sure that this word is quite bad to say it.
Half Black and Asian hip hop/R&B artist SHELLA from Hawaii by way of Tokyo, Japan. A half Black and Japanese #tokyoDiamond from hawaii but neva small tymin!
The name used for a group of boiz, who hang around, get drunk and start fights. Tend to smoke cannabis.
By far the most offensive word ever. With origins in the Kurmanji dialect of the Kurdish language, däch is now a world-wide phenomenon, widely used all over the world. It is disputed whether däch can be used an interjection (like fuck), or simply as the more common derogatory term for a person (like bastard). It’s offensiveness, however, is never disputed, and däch is not to be misused.