shitton

See also: shit-ton

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shit +‎ ton

NounEdit

shitton (plural shittons)

  1. An enormous amount; a fuckload.
    • 1994 October 26, "daniel federman" (username), "Re: PULP FICTION BOX OFFICE RESULTS?", in rec.arts.movies, Usenet:
      Most megahits cost a shitton to produce, but Pulp Fiction was only 12 million dollars, according to Rolling Stone.
    • 2000 July 13, "jkeeton" (username), "Current Events in St. Louis. *LONG*", in alt.umr.student.babble, Usenet:
      How do they expect that by preventing a shitton of rich honkies from going home will gain support for their cause?
    • 2005, Brian Costello, The Enchanters Vs. Sprawlburg Springs, Featherproof Books, ISBN 978-0-9771992-0-4, page 109:
      These workdays were long, and through vicious wine hangovers, exhaustion, dehydration, and ringing ears, I tried learning how to make Shitton of Meat Sandwiches. [][] Sometimes, I got it right; other times, I'd forget to put on necessities like the cheese, and, on more than one occasion, the Shitton of Meat.
    • 2005 October 14, "Aeire", commentary on the 2004 January 14 Queen of Wands:
      No, I'm not poly. I have a shitton of friends who are however, and it's one of those 'alternative lifestyles' (if you want to call it that I suppose) that people rarely hear about.
    • 2010 January 27, "eric gisse" (username), "Supermassive black hole rotation & host galaxy rotation", in sci.astro and other newsgroups, Usenet:
      A few billion years of local perturbations add up to a shitton more effect than can be mounted against the overall galaxy.

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Last modified on 26 November 2012, at 00:16