(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."
dodane przez Cabji wrzesień 27, 2003
Poopy
What the heck is up with my donkey hole?
dodane przez Smac sierpień 12, 2003
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.
dodane przez Alfonz B. Man maj 27, 2006
To be dissed by a girl, usually in response to romantic overtures.
"She gave me the donkey."
dodane przez G Puppy sierpień 11, 2004
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"
dodane przez strych9 lipiec 15, 2004
bad, shitty, ungood. Usually spoken after hitting a bowl of some sub-par commercial bud.
Yo T-bird, that shit was DONKEY!
dodane przez Cookie Jarvis marzec 19, 2004
horse tranquiler purchsed buy pikeys in india. see ketamine
fancy a donkey ride
dodane przez chanelle knows where u live wrzesień 14, 2003

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