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Definition funny of Putrid:
Disgusting, repulsive, offensive. Often used when referring to odors.
Oh, by the way, the putrid smell you caught a whiff of was my brother cooking. You know, because he can't cook.
Australian slang for gross or chat. used to descibe a discusting senario/person/or matter.
Oh shazza, did you see that girls head? Yeah it was putrid
rotten, discomposed organic matter
the cheese is putrid
This is a new one from Australia, my mate has got me using it. See smashed it involves drinking far too much alcohol and becoming rancid, possibly having a munt (spew) all over the inside of a taxi.
Songs about Putrid:
Putrid Serenity [Explicit] by Regurgitate from the Album Sickening Bliss [Explicit]
88 Mph (Putrid Perpetrator Mix) by The Volt Per Octaves from the Album Remixes and Rarities
Amongst the Putrid by Martyrs Shrine from the Album Martyrs Shrine
A Bomb To This Putrid Society by 99 from the Album Real Nightmare
Breed Fore Me,Ä¶The Putrid Afterbirth by Disgorged from the Album The Unspeakable Revived
Feasting On Putrid Hysterectomy Remnants [Explicit] by Epicardiectomy from the Album Abhorrent Stench of Posthumous Gastrorectal Desecration [Explicit]
Festering Putrid Stench [Explicit] by Barbiturate from the Album Deep [Explicit]
Books about Putrid:
Zeke Meeks vs the Putrid Puppet Pals by D.L. Green and Josh Alves (Feb 1, 2012)
Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Putrid Poison by Emma Kennedy (May 10, 2012)
Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Putrid Poison by Emma Kennedy and Brandon Dorman (Sep 15, 2011)
Putrid Underbelly by Shaun Stafford (Mar 24, 2012)
Putrid Walkers by C.G. Brown (Jul 14, 2013)
Putrid News Issue 1 & 2 by Swami Cat, Der Sturmer, Clay Becraft and Johnny Rocco (Jun 29, 2012)
Article Rotten Vows Putrid Love by Anthony Villett (Oct 2, 2014)
Wiki information Putrid:
The Syvash or Sivash, also known as the Putrid Sea or Rotten Sea, is a large system of shallow lagoons on the west coast of the Sea of Azov. Separated from the sea by the narrow Arabat Spit, the water of the Syvash covers an area of around 2,560 km²...