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5 definitions by Ryan O'Leary

 
1.
The incorrect spelling of the word awkward.

Used by morons and/or K-5th grade.

Typically used when the situation doesn't call for it, and is thus typically overused and unfunny (misspelled or not, turns out).
Stargrl789: and then he called his parents and asked them to give us a ride!

Unfunnytwat1357: sooo akward.
di Ryan O'Leary 19 gennaio 2008
 
2.
The atbrosphere is a special layer of the (larger) atmosphere, created by (and occupied by) the bro.

Only accessible via high and mighty ego and/or the lifted truck or jeep characteristic of the bro himself.

There is also a special layer of the atbrosphere only accessible via low riding sportscar or kegstand.

Contains roughly 40% douchebaggery (see: douchebaggery), 20% racism, 20% shitty music, 10% homophobia, 5% homoerotica, 3% ignorance (an isotope of douchebaggery), 2% oxygen, and 20% dumb, because bros can't do arithmetic.
Bro A: "Bro, there's too many bros at this party. Like, this atbrosphere is enbroaching on my brovado."

Bro B: "Bro, don't make me beat your ass for using so many big words."

Bro A: "Sorry, bro, I got a little broverwhelmed for a second there."

Bro B: "..."

Bro A: "Uhh...I mean...JAGER BOMBS! NO MORE QUEERS! FUCK YEAH!"
di Ryan O'Leary 07 gennaio 2008
 
3.
When multiple cunts get together (in a fashion comparable to our founding fathers' continental congress) and sling shit about friends/enemies/cunts not present.

Cuntgresswomen may also make plans for a future night out and/or how they're going to make sure no penises penetrate the sanctity of their cuntgregation.
"Dude, I just got cockblocked by the cuntinental congress."
di Ryan O'Leary 19 gennaio 2008
 
4.
to exhibit qualities of charm, influence, arrogance and delightful wit, with an English flare.
Daniel Craig displays Bondtastic abilities as James Bond in Casino Royale
di Ryan O'Leary 13 marzo 2007
 
5.
Things are what people who do things do.
"What are 'things?'"

"They're what people who do things do."
di Ryan O'Leary 19 gennaio 2008