cibus/food pressureBy: geekydotblue
(Use cibus in formal/semi-formal environments or when you want to seem serious.)
Cibus (meaning 'food' in Latin) pressure is the general phrase for describing when someone gets or offers to get food, yet you don't want to eat the food, but still eat it anyway. This may be caused by fear of rejection, and the potential loss of job.
Big JohnBy: UgandanSupaKicka
Lil' Johns Pizza
I totally lexishoved the word "banana" while I was writing my essay yesterday.
Damnit AllBy: al3x_jonsey
"I was writing a paper and I didn't want to start another page but that one word just Damnit Alled it."
I was writing my paper and just had one word, I tried to fit it in the tiny space but I ended up putting a curveword in.
i.e. when the word curves down the side of the paper
"CUSSING CUSS-PILE OF CUSS-EATING CUSS-MOLES, I SPILLED MY COFFEE!"
Being as "cuss" is a general term for any and all swearing, it can be used as a placeholder in any situation where you'd normally say something slightly more derogatory.
Now go cuss yourself.
Because it's literally poo, it's technically not even a bad word.