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Definition of optical rectumitis

optical rectumitis

  • metaphorical disorder that gives a person a negative outlook on life. From explanations such as, "Your eyeballs fall to your asshole, and you get a 'shitty' outlook on life."
    I have opticalrectumitis today.

    Last edited on Jun 01 2016. Submitted by Mark D. from Erie, PA, USA on Feb 06 2000.

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