Contrary to whatever your reading the original word came from modern poker. The word is a combination of the 2 root words "Ridiculous" and "Donkey". The ridiculous comes for the bad judgment at a poker table and the Donkey is what poker players call other poker players that apply bad judgment. Hence "redonkulous" ridiculous donkey.
Why would call that bet with a 3 outer? That's redonkulous.
de Happychappy1796 8 septembre 2009
re.donk'u.lous adj.

1. significantly more absurd than ridiculous to an almost impossible extreme; without possibility of serious consideration.

2. fitted to excite absolute ridicule; intentionally crazy and silly; completely absurd and laughable.

"redonkulous" - as first popularized by the fictional character Seth Cohen on FOX's The O.C.
George W. Bush is the most redonkulous person in the world.

The first Bush administration was ridiculous. This second one is just redonkulous.

That was the funniest movie I've seen. It was consistently redonkulous. Absolutely hilarious!
de Andrew Escobar 15 juillet 2004
Greater than Rediculous
Dude A;"Did you see that chick's prostiboots?"

Dude B;"Ya they were rediculous."

Dude A;"Nah, they were redonkulous!"
de DudeA 13 février 2009
Ridiculous to the point of jackassness.
That plan is redonkulous.
de Ev. Genius 12 mai 2010
More than ridiculous. Beyond the parameters for which one would consider something to be silly, absurd or otherwise ridiculous.
We were out having a drink and saw this redonkulous drunk stumbling around, trying to pick up on the ladies.

That police officer was redonkulous for giving me a speeding ticket. I was only driving 40 in a 30!
de bquib 15 mai 2007
something so absolutely ridiculous that it can only be described in a completely new word
dude please tell me you saw that redonkulous gamertag.
de You Sly Devil 30 avril 2011
Taking ridiculous to a a new level - emphasizing how ridiculous something really is.
The price for those tickets was REDONKULOUS!!
de lolom 21 juillet 2009

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