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Definition funny of Aldente:
italian for "to the tooth." refers to pasta that is slightly undercooked. pasta cooked enough to be firm but not soft.
"we forgot to cook the pasta all the way" "just tell 'em it's al dente and quit your bitchin"
The most desirable form of cooked noodles. Just firm, not soft. Also: A wang that's not hard, but not soft; just a bit firm.
Adam: Trevor do you like al dente? Trevor: No! Jon: Haha Trevor likes al dente! Adam: Hahaha he so does. Trevor: Al dente is revolting! Adam/Jon: Trevor loves al dente!
a penis that is half erect.
jon: hey trevor do you like al dente? trevor: NO adam: hey trevor do you like al dente? trevor: NO!! jon: hey trevor do you lik- trevor: BUTTFUCK!
Undercooked pasta which, upon regurgitation, resembles a squirming mass of worms and maggots. Al dente literally means "to the teeth", as it is almost crunchy, meaning it is cheap, dried pasta rather than fresh, soft pasta. For example a hastily-cooked friday night spaghetti before going out on the piss can be complimented as "al dente", however once one is blowing chunks in the form of long, strandy, red worms covered in stomach bile that tickle ever inch of your oesophagus, not to mention the back of your nose, down a back alley, soon becomes "undercooked".
Songs about Aldente:
Aldente by The Boulevard Big Band from the Album Take Only for Pain
Aldente B-Moll (Decalicious Remix) by Liberation Frequency from the Album Aldente B-Moll
Aldente B-Moll (Decalicious Remix) by Liberation Frequency from the Album I Love Clubbing, Vol. 2
Aldente B-Moll (Nogale Remix) by Liberation Frequency from the Album Aldente B-Moll
Aldente B-Moll (Nogale Remix) by Liberation Frequency from the Album Club Session Deluxe, Vol. 1
Aldente B-Moll (Original Short Edit) by Liberation Frequency from the Album Aldente B-Moll
Campo Aldente by Orquesta Electronica Berretin from the Album Electro - Tango Vol. I
Books about Aldente:
Macarrón Aldente. Un detective diferente (Spanish Edition) by Pablo Mérida (Aug 3, 2012)