Justin Bieber last edited by
A snowboarding style refering to the use of rails, tables, trees, etc. as obstacles.
Tina last edited by
handrails, rails, tables, as objects to slide across on your snowboard/snowskate
Vania last edited by
Using man-made elements such as rails, ledges, stairs, benches, and banks as obstacles in a sport normally performed in a natural setting, such as snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, snowskating, or skiboarding.
Wakeboarders and wakeskaters sometimes use elements such as pipes, low docks, and tables as obstacles. This is also referred to jibbing.
Dave Paprocki last edited by
Buggery with a difference:
Normally done whilst buggering a young lady (typically one who rides side-saddle).
The young lady ingests a piece of ham or bacon tied to a fine thread, which the man holds whilst buggering her.
As the man is nearing ejaculation he pulls the thread, along with the attached piece of meat, which causes the woman to heave (convulse).
A side effect of the heaving is for the sphincter to contract violently around the mans penis, thus hightening sensations and giving a more powerful ejaculation.
Greta last edited by
Means talking shit. And a person who does jib is known as a jibber
Jessica last edited by
This terms was used in snowboarding when riders ride on man made objects. Today, it is being used to desribe a certain style of mountain biking, where mountain bike hardtails with front suspension are often used to ride on stairs and benches and skate parks. For more info watch the movie Jibb. Some people want to call it urban mountain biking but the problem with this is that there are no mountains.
Monty last edited by
Normally a term in secondary schools in England seeing as most of the other definitions are nothing like what it means in school. It is the act of skipping lessons by hiding out somewhere usually in the school grounds. Most [Jibbers] usually are in groups of two to five. Jibbers are by no means bad kids, a lot of people jib the lessons they hate. Also if someone is off school for whatever reason then it is almost a necessity to say jibbing when that persons name is called in the register, just to annoy the teacher.
Hina Muqadas last edited by
Slang for crying [used in Suffolk, East England]
Little_Girl last edited by
Jibbing, aptly described above, is also known by its old medieval term, Wolfbagging.
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