Donkey Kong

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Named after the Nintendo video game character Donkey Kong.

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Donkey Kong (plural Donkey Kongs)

  1. (slang, derogatory) An uncivilized or ill-mannered person; a boor.
    • 1995 8 August, Zoogz Rift [username], “I'm not on this planet to serve YOU, ASSHOLES”, rec.sport.pro-wrestling, Usenet:
      Let's get one thing straight, donkey kongs--I SERVE *NO ONE* BUT MYSELF, AT *ALL* TIMES, []
    • 1996 26 January, P. DE SILVA, “Re: IS TAMILS CURSE HAUNTING SL CRICKET TEAM?!”, soc.culture.sri-lanka, Usenet:
      HEY DONKEY KONGS!

      IF YOU RACIST SAY THAT THE "TAMILS CURSE IS HAUNTING SL CRICKET" []
    • 1998 3 November, PAKI BASH [username], “Re: Too hot for Hindu Hoodlums?”, soc.culture.indian, Usenet:
      Well , if the retarded islamic DONKEY KONGS without any question , believe that HEAVEN awaits these dog shit heads after committing atrocity against humanity - both islamic and non-islamic , karmic reality is a better alternative.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.
  2. (slang, vulgar) A penis.
    • 1994, Bruce Palmer, The Karma Charmer, Harmony Books (1994), ISBN 9780517599198, page 96:
      God knows what will happen if she barges in unannounced and finds Howard playing with his Donkey Kong.
    • 2006 20 December, Rev. 11D Meow! [username], “Re: Fuck It”, alt.support.depression.manic, Usenet:
      Attacking Zman for being here means you suck big black Donkey Kongs!
    • 2011, Chris Illuminati, A**holeology: The Cheat Sheet, F+W Media (2011), ISBN 1440510172, page 109:
      It's kind of disturbing the number of ugly people having sex on cam and slapping it on the internet. If they can show off their flab and small donkey kongs to millions of strangers she can at least get naked for a video to be enjoyed as a couple.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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