1.) In the LGBT Drag community, you must use your Creativity, Uniqueness, Nerve & Talent to win the crown. And this, ladies and gents, is how you take back a negative word and make it your own! 2.) He is considered a coward for not "manning up" when then going get's rough. The worst thing you can call a man, but hey if it walks like a duck. 3.) A conniving evil man, with the heart of a bitch. A son of a bitch. This is the male version of cunt!
Derogatory by American standards, supposedly cool to use in the UK. She's simply a female. 2.) The superwoman of evil bitches.
3.) A frisky woman seen as an object of erotic and sexual desire, see you next Tuesday!
Your first thought will be, "Wow, look at the T & A on her!" Your second thought will be, "Damn, but her face, what happened!?!" Butterface...but her face is what happened to this poor ugly woman with a banging body. “Must be the ass, because it ain't your face!”
A blabbing, gossipy, mouth-all-mighty, who consistently vomits diseased rumors and foolish nonsense. 2.) The Old Betties who get together to yap about the neighborhood gossip. She always meddles in your everything instead of concentrating on her nothing of a life.
Stammel is a wooly cloth that is coarse in texture and used for frocks during the Medieval time. The term has been associated with tomboys because like the cloth, They are pretty, but a little rough on the edges.
Followers of Dionysus, aka, that pscycho bitch Maryann Forrester from True Blood. Members of the Thiasus. Name means raving ones. What the Maenad wants, maenad gets. She carried a Thrysus to control the natures of earthly things. Covered in snakes. No weapon could harm them. She is strong as all hell and get out. If she didnt confirm or follow Dionysuswas cursed and driven to a state of hellenic madness for refusing to worship Dionysus. Forced against her will to perform demonic rituals until they appease their God. under the influence of Dionysus. The name maenad has come to be associated with a wide variety of women, supernatural, mythological, and historical.