What does the phrase "headass" mean?

Sources suggest that "headass" refers to a generic insult or an insult that attacks a person's intelligence. While it's not been confirmed, one might suspect the word was derived from the expression "head up your @ss".

Variations of the meaning include:

• An exclamation meaning "No way!"

• A descriptor for a person that is inept, obnoxious and bothersome, reckless, and/or an embarrassment.

We all know that slang changes almost too fast to keep up with. No one can predict when something is going to catch on and become the next big thing.

Maybe you've heard your younger sister saying these and you have no idea what they are, or absolutely refuse to acknowledge their existence. Either way, here are 23 terms and phrases that are some of the most used in pop culture today shared by Theodysseyonline.com.

Tag: insult 
Friday, November 18 2016
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