Definition funny of Shint:

urbanThe combination of shit and lint that collects in a mans ass crack (usually hairy) after a particularly stressful, physically exherting, or otherwise harrowing day. (Could also be the result of wearing new underwear for the first time that shed alot of lint) Typically, shint is removed in the shower, and its discovery is usually accompanied by a vocalization of disgust by the victim.

urbanAfter wearing a new pair of underwear on a particularly hot day, Tony – while showering – discovered a mass of shint tangled in his ass hair, and removed it with a noise of disapproval.

urbanSimple: a shot + a pint = a shint. Widely known by barmen in the west country, its the quickest way to order your two staple alcoholic beverages.

urbanCan i have two shints please? How much is a shint in this pub? Next round on you? I'll have a shint then.

urbanWhen you smell just a hint of shit or a bad smell.

urban" A curious aroma was actually a shint. "

urbanJapanese Shinto sex


Songs about Shint:

songsGot to Have It (Shint Remix) by Oh Shit! from the Album Got to Have It

songsShint Things by Relax Listen from the Album Gallery : A Collection of Pictures


Books about Shint:

booksShint? s?sho: Series on Shinto (Japanese Edition) by Unknown (Jan 1, 1896)

booksShint? s?setsu: zen (Japanese Edition) by Unknown (Jan 1, 1911)

booksShint? kigen ron (Japanese Edition) by Noritake Tsuda (Jan 1, 1920)

booksShint? enkaku shiron (Japanese Edition) by Sadao Kiyohara (Jan 1, 1919)

booksReligious Discourse in Modern Japan: Religion, State, and Shint (Dynamics in the History of Religions) by Jun'ichi Isomae (Jun 6, 2014)

booksMr. Shints by Sally Harball (Apr 15, 2002)

booksNihon kodaishi to Shint? tono kankei (Japanese Edition) by Kunitake Kume (Jan 1, 1907)


Wiki information Shint:

Religion, Literature Subject

Shinto, also kami-no-michi, is the indigenous religion of Japan and the people of Japan. It is defined as an action-centered religion, focused on ritual practices to be carried out diligently, to establish a connection between present-day Japan and...


Shinty is a team game played with sticks and a ball. Shinty is now played mainly in the Scottish Highlands, and amongst Highland migrants to the big cities of Scotland, but it was formerly more widespread, being once competitively played on a...