from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person regarded as eccentric.
- adj. Very bad: walked out of a really wack movie.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Egregious
- adj. bad (as in not good), inauthentic, of an inferior quality, contemptible, lacking integrity, inauthentic, lame, or strange.
- adj. crazy, mad, insane
- n. An eccentric; an oddball; a weirdo.
Now this nut wack is out there telling her few supporters to not use "her" tactics when trying to have a health care dicussion.
People who believe that "McCain wack-America need change, Obama be dat" is a moving and deep political slogan.
All ya'll is fuckin wack he was one of the greatest rappers alive ya'll better respect him cuz without him hip-hop wouldn't even have exsisted so step brandon guerilla black shoulda played biggie and the cast does look pretty weak
"Monk, tell yr momz to stop bustin 'wack~ass rhymes!!!"
Just call it wack and go on about your business of treating those with a different world view as something to poop on.
A recent New York Times crossword attracted quite a lot of notice after a reader tried to school The Times's puzzle master Will Shortz on what she sees as the semantic differences between the hip-hop terms "wack" and "illin."
Shampoos on the market can have "wack" chemicals in them, as Grist's Umbra Fiske puts it, linked to cancer, reproductive and developmental issues.
(Ignatieff used to work at Harvard's Kennedy School; now he's Prime Chancellor of Canada's Liberal Delegate or whatever kind of wack-ass, kumbaya government they've got up there.)
I'm telling that : it " wack " like a duck, it walks like a duck, it smells like a duck , i step into a duck poo.....nah, it's a Virtual World :
Preoccupied with stories like these, I’ve become Vanity Fair’s in-house designee for cold-call wack jobs.