eez werd fer the day

6 Oct
 
SMUCK…
and this is the shit I found on it
(at the top of the page of the Urban Dictionary):
 
 

SMUCK 7 up, 25 down (I vote this one as #1 because it mentions Stephen King)

A word used in place of ‘fuck’ by Scott Landon in Lisey’s Story, a novel by Stephen King.
"Ninety-eight percent of what goes on in people’s heads is none of their smucking business." – Lisey’s Story, pg 318.

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SMUCK 58 up, 41 down
It is a Hebrew Word for the Foreskin that gets chopped off at birth. So when a person that is educated or a Jew calls you a Smuck. He or She is calling you a useless piece of dick.
I.E. a Smuck would go see the 2008 movie "never back down" or do things in attempt to appear "bigger" or manly. But factually a Smuck is weak and lame poser. Not so different from a Bro or a Gangster/Wangster.

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SMUCK

13 up, 32 down
a guy that cant pronouce shmuck!
Jeff cant say shmuck right so he is called a smuck

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by Lisa Dec 11, 2004 share this
 

 

SMUCK

8 up, 26 down
When you hit your car and cause damage, but not enough damage to immobilize the vehicle. More than a ‘bump’ but less than a ‘smash’. Typically used as a verb.
"ohhhh, I almost got smucked"

or

"Sorry honey, I smucked the car on the way home"

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by Julie C. Dec 12, 2003 share this

 

SMUCK

13 up, 31 down
The combination of garbage and urine fumes that passes for air in New York City in August.
I need to take a shower. I’m completely covered in subway smuck!

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by jbean Oct 8, 2003 share this

 

SMUCK

10 up, 29 down
(n.) A small plop or pile, usually relating to feces and defecation.
"Mommy! I made poopy smucks!"

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SMUCK

6 up, 25 down
When something or someone smells and sucks at the same time.
Redneck 1: Boy howdy that sure did smuck.
Redneck2: yeah its much better when its your sister, eh?

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