Stab attack. Much like a stabathon
, but in this case the stab
s are aimed at a deserving stabee (stab subject).
Loudofficetwat keeps slurring his words in a deep grumbling unclear voice. He is tendering for a stab@tack
A stabbing action at a person who offended you or made a poor excuse for their absence. After stabbing them you can forgive them.
On the night of John's stag do his mate called up and said "sorry i can't make it". Stab@him, but forgive him. Stab-and-forgive.
On the night of a Huge engagement party so and so did not turn up, because of spam email apparently. Stab-and-forgive.
See also: stab@thee
This dude with a really annoying accent kept talking out load and he was talking to another dude with an even more annoying accent, resulting in a stabathon.
Slang expression. Pronounced 'stab at thee'. No physical stab action takes plave, but a verbal expression of disgust with a person's behaviour or accent.
Used as a term of disgust. Particularly useful for annoying Scottish accents, especially those with a deep and slurred wordsallmerginintoone quality.
Person with annoying accent continuously talks out loud in the office, you say to yourself "stab at thee"; repeat if he does it again, or if it gets really bad then use “oh I stab@thee!!” or "stab-stab", and if it gradually gets worse then use "double-stab", "madstab", and even "twatstab"