Top Definition
A catfish is someone who pretends to be someone they're not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances.
Did you hear how Dave got totally catfished last month?! The fox he thought he was talking to turned out to be a pervy guy from San Diego!

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I was really falling for that gorgeous gal on Facebook, but she turned out to be a catfish.
de sbacker 22 juillet 2010
1 bottom feeder
2 not a filet
After I ate a whole catfish with the head on before the Nascar race, I stabbed Mark, Dak and Kelly with my catfish bones.
de hippity hoo 3 octobre 2007
A distorted version of the italian "capisce", meaning "do you understand?". First used in the Simpsons.
If you don't shut up, I'll kill you. Catfish?
de Hugga 4 janvier 2005
Someone who pretends to be someone or not using facebook or other social media outlets to to create false identitys.Particularly to pursue a deceptive online romance.
Internet person: Hey wanna meet up at central park?
You:SURE!
Internet person: HEY BITCH.
You: HEY YOUR A CATFISH!
de waterdude125 1 septembre 2010
Bearded Lady, hairy woman, women with lots of facial hair
Check that catfish out she's hairier than Jesus
de tonydenver 6 mai 2010
the insertion of 3 fingers in the vagina and switching hands and inserting them then smearing them on a dudes face
I got cat fished last night
de the real anal annie 21 juillet 2009
A woman so very dedicated to her work or studies that she begins to have wrinkles on her mouth, reminiscent of a catfish. Can normally be seen in law school, but is full-fledged visible in the legal practice.
Damn, that chick's a catfish
de nadime 2 février 2008
when a guy with a beard rubs his beard in a girls pussy while he is eating her out
ouuuu that tickles
de josh grant 27 mai 2003

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