An expression said by people around the world when they let it be known
that something of value is now worthless, broken, no longer any good, torn up
, broken-down, trashed
, inoperative, ruined, shot, destroyed, no longer working, no longer effective, of no use, has no value any longer.
Todd: Can I borrow your new wheelbarrow
Carmen: Ok, be sure to clean it out before you bring it back
, it’s new!
(Three weekends later)
Carmen: Todd, where is my wheelbarrow you borrowed, can you bring it back?
Todd: Yea, I brought your wheelbarrow back, it’s in my truck but you will have to go get it out my back hurts. I have been riding the tow motor
all week at work, and I had to watch my momma cut my grass
this morning, so my back hurts; my back is fucked.
Carmen: What is that in my wheelbarrow? I said; clean it before you bring it back.
Todd: Well hell Carmen, I can’t do everything, and I can’t get that out, that is dried concrete. Me and my buddies went to drink some beers, smoke some weed, and I forgot about it. Just use it like that.
Carmen: Todd, you owe me a new wheelbarrow, that one is completely fucked with that dried concrete in it and it was brand new.
Todd: Hell, Carmen you know I can’t afford a wheelbarrow that is why I borrowed yours. It is your fault is it fucked anyway, you let me borrow it!