Did you perchance mean cultish?
- adj. slang, vulgar Like a cunt (objectionable person).
- cunt + -ish (Wiktionary)
“Me and a friend walking along the canal by Camden on Sunday, and passing a couple of cunts from some kind of cuntish pro-cuntery demonstration waving Israeli flags … our conversation falls silent as we pass them.”
“Tailgating the driver in front is not only cuntish behaviour, but it restricts your view of the road ahead and your ability to anticipate situations.”
“However, this is exceptionally cuntish, because it's going to be reducing skoolznhospitalz money from some other source to make the donation and the EU still get the VAT.”
“And to the hapless cyclist immersed in the world of buzzbuzzblahblahblah, the approach of a cuntish Land Rover or Vauxhall Corsa being driven in a cuntish manner by an oblivious, mouth-breathing motorist is a deadly peril.”
“He responded in cuntish fashion: no second air strike just yet.”
“I was nervous, Geraldine was in the audience, Mitzi was directing the "girls," technical crews were being technical, comediennes were being competitive, cuntish, and cautious, each being sure that her act was indeed the best.”
“Danny stood up, feeling warm and loose, wondering if he should muscle Lembeck for going cuntish on him.”
“I've got to say, although perhaps I should leave them to make their mistakes, Labour's campaign poster, designed by one of the people (or more precisely one of the cuntish, stupid people who support Labour), is surely a mistake.”
“I see now I was in a bit of a cuntish mood when I made all of these comments.”
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