(noun)

1. A business venture which one spends vast amounts of money on, and recieves no returns from it.
2. An object or item which one spends a lot of money on, especially if the item or object does not serve its purpose correctly.
1. "Ron poured 40 grand into a donkey of his and now he's crying poor."
2.
"I bought this 16 inch thermo-fan for my Datsun but it doesn't fit. I think it's a donkey."
"What did it cost you?"
"Not willing to tell."
作者 Cabji 2003年9月27日
Poopy
What the heck is up with my donkey hole?
作者 Smac 2003年8月12日
a term used to describe an inept staffer to an ineffective Congressman or Representative.
Those donkeys in Filner's office wouldn't know a Resolution from Shinola.
作者 Alfonz B. Man 2006年5月27日
To be dissed by a girl, usually in response to romantic overtures.
"She gave me the donkey."
作者 G Puppy 2004年8月11日
n. donkey (donk)
pl. donkeys (donks)

1. a haggard lookin teenage girl
1. "Look at the donkey"
2. "a bunch of donkeys are gonna be at that party"
作者 strych9 2004年7月15日
bad, shitty, ungood. Usually spoken after hitting a bowl of some sub-par commercial bud.
Yo T-bird, that shit was DONKEY!
作者 Cookie Jarvis 2004年3月19日
horse tranquiler purchsed buy pikeys in india. see ketamine
fancy a donkey ride
作者 chanelle knows where u live 2003年9月14日

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