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1.
1. A complete disaster.
2. Something very difficult that nobody wants to deal with.
This project is a complete dumpster fire.
por FullOn 10 de Julho de 2008
 
2.
In entertainment or sports, a laughably poor performance usually caused by:
1. Lack of planning, preparation or talent.
2. Random events that effectively sabotage
the effort (i.e., technical problems).
Dumpster Fire is the kindest thing I can
say about Oakland's game against San Diego.
por Guitarist1234 20 de Dezembro de 2008
 
3.
Blown the fuck out.
Quagmire: Hi Angela. I'm Peter's friend, Glen Quagmire. Thanks for having me in your home and I would have had sex with you but Peter neglected to tell me you were a dumpster fire. Some friend, huh?
por Rectalwrangler 26 de Março de 2010
 
4.
Slightly better than a Train Wreck. In
live music or theatre, an inept, poorly
executed performance or problem plagued
situation usually caused by poor planning,
bad luck, incompetence, unprofessional
behavior, etc.
"How did your friend's band do last night?"
"It was a Dumpster Fire. The
singer was drunk and forgot lyrics, the
lead guitar and bass player argued and
fought all night and a stage light fell
and destyoyed the drummer's floor tom..."
por CarvinLB70Guy 16 de Novembro de 2008
 
5.
1. The way to describe a noun when it is in a disastrous state.

2. A repulsive mixture of scarlet, crimson, cream, and gray.
1. Oklahoma is a dumpster fire state.

2. The Ohio State Buckeyes are changing their jersey colors to dumpster fire and gray.
por Teach Me How to Jimmer 28 de Junho de 2011
 
6.
Someone who's ridiculously unattractive (and possibly arrogant/attention seeking and thinks they're super attractive).
My friend neglected to tell me my blind date was a total dumpster fire.

She started crying in front of the mirror when she realized she was a complete dumpster fire.
por The-DudeManchu 21 de Dezembro de 2013
 
7.
Literal meaning.
Ahh! I threw my cig away before putting it out and it caused a dumpster fire!
por Madmadness 29 de Janeiro de 2011