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Definition funny of Momus:
A North American term for a cowardly simpering effete pansy,Wuss and lickspittle of the turdburglar tendency.
"Look at that MOMUS, off to hide behind his mom's skirt"
A mom with an anus for a vagina.
I double penetrated your mom in both her anus
Songs about Momus:
Momus (A Twenty-One Minute Interview With Momus) by Momus from the Album Stars Forever
Brindavan (Momu Remix) by Digital Witchcraft from the Album The Sound
Act 1: Non Sono In Vena! // Che Gelida Manina // Si, Mi Cheamano Mimi // Momus, Momus! // O, Soave Fanciulla by Carlo Bergonzi from the Album La Boheme Highlights
Al Quatiere latin ci attende Momus (Schaunard/Marcello/... (1997 Digital Remaster) by Milano/Antonino Votto Manuel Spatafora/Rolando Panerai/Giuseppe Di Stefano/Nicola Zaccaria/Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala from the Album La Bohème - Puccini
Ayahuscha (Momu Remix) by Brian Stillwater from the Album Ayahuscha
Bill Hardy (Momus Karaoke Parody Contest Winner) by Momus from the Album Stars Forever
Biorhythms Feat. Momus by Ben Butler & Mousepad from the Album Formed For Fantasy
Books about Momus:
Momus (The I Tatti Renaissance Library) by Leon Battista Alberti, Virginia Brown and Sarah Knight (Jul 15, 2003)
Momus sive de principe (Latin Edition) by Leon Battista Alberti and The Perfect Library (Mar 21, 2014)
The Book of Jokes: A Novel by Momus (British Literature Series) by Momus Momus (Sep 15, 2009)
Momus Philosophe,: Comédie. En Un Acte Et En Vers.. (French Edition) by Claude-François-Félix Boule De Rivery (Jan 1, 2010)
Momus (Italian Edition) by Leon Battista Alberti (Jun 17, 2012)
Momus o del Principe: Leon Battista Alberti, i papi, il giubileo (Biblioteca Della Nuova Antologia) (Italian Edition... by Stefano Borsi (Dec 31, 1999)
Momus: Webster's Timeline History, 1520 - 2004 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Movies about Momus:
Momus: Man of Letters 2004 NR -
Wiki information Momus:
Nicholas Currie, more popularly known under the artist name Momus, is a songwriter, blogger and former journalist for Wired. Many of his songs are literary and could be classified as postmodern. For nearly thirty years he has been releasing, to...
Momus was in Greek mythology the personification of satire, mockery, censure; a god of writers and poets; a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism. His name is related to μομφή, meaning 'blame' or 'censure'. He is depicted in classical...