(koo-noy-chee). A female ninja specially trained in psychology. They were to seduce the enemy for a clever assassination! Some would disguise themselves as Geisha to deceive their unsuspecting target. There are two types of kunoichi:
"Shimma kunoichi" is a member of the ninja family, trained for her specific role. She typically worked under a kantokusha, or a commander, who usually tried to give her the impression she was his only kunoichi. Due to their highly emotionally sensitive natures, the kunoichi needed to be carefully handled so as not to fall in love with the target or lose sight of the goals.
"Karima kunoichi" were usually hired only for a specific job, acting as a spy within the enemy's walls. These women, usually maids, mistresses, or entertainers with access to the house may be purchased for the right price.
1984 movie, Beat Street
1.) A boogaloo break dancer. 2.) He represents the hip hop community. 3.) A basketball player or athlete. 4.) Bottom boy, someone who likes being penetrated. Also butt-boy somebody who has a muscular bubble butt. It has a slight connotation of prostitution.
Coined by novelist, Ira Levin. She’s the cookie cutter of the perfect suburban housewife, servile, compliant, submissive and spineless. She greets her husband at the door with a great smile and a plate home baked goodies.
A girl who scantily dresses up for a hockey game hoping to score with one of the players. You can find her in the stadium with a huge Crayola colored poster dedicating her XOXOs to the hottest puck player.
1.) 60s. Nickname or reference to your mom. "Geez, how long did your old lady ground you?" 2.) 70s. This is a term of endearment used to describe a wife, girlfriend or significant other. "The old lady is going to kill me if I don't get this lawn mowed." 3.) Per Captain Obvious: an elderly woman.