from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The sheep tick, Melophagus ovinus
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Past participles of kithe.
- n. A sheep-tick, Melophagus ovinus; a sheep-louse.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Those f-- ked up kids in the Army didn't for the most part start out f-- ked up, it came when they put on the uniform and became a target for the like of the Weeniebomber, sad sacks that hide behind civilians.
You and tim exhibit little understanding of how things got fuc ked up and how they will get fixed.
I was destined to be f--ked if I wanted to commit to one thing in particular.
Calvinism is a totally f**ked-up ideology that has poisoned the Evangelical movement in this nation.
How can you show up here after having your ass kic ked so many times, are you doing this only because you crave humiliation and degradation?
Then, it clic ked: It reminded me of the intimacy and collaborative spirit of the Los Angeles art scene.
He ends by poking fun at the activists protesting Google's headquarters, concluding, "We're f-- ked."
The floodwaters, which reached six feet or more on her block, had receded, but gray mud ca ked the street, cars were overturned, and her house stank of rotting food.
Based on his experience as the lawyer representing Alaskan fishermen against Exxon, Brian O'Neill recently told Huffington Post, "if you were affected in Louisiana, to use a legal term, you are just f-- ked."
"I know this is an unpopular thing to say," she writes, "but feminism has completely f-- ked up my love life."
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