Quite simply, the meaning of life.

Mesty originally derives from ancient scholars in Greece and Rome from the original Latin word 'Mestis'- 'mes' the Latin word for 'meaning', and 'tis' meaning 'existence' or 'life' in English. The word in modern times has been forgotten and left behind and only used by those experienced in rock music, drugs and the secret third step only known to the inner members of the Mesty Clan.
Andy: Oi Tristan.

Tristan: Yeah?

Andy: Mesty.

Tristan: Dude, are you trippin'?

Andy: Yeah man.
Por Andy Quem 11 de junio de 2007
Mesty describes a person who is messy and nasty. Additionally it can describe someone who doesn't smell good and is musty. Individuals who go out in public without looking presentable or make a fool out of themselves in public places are mesty. it can describe a persons attire, the way they smell and their actions.
"That woman in the grocery store was so mesty with her fishnet stockings and smeared make up."

"All my husband does is look at mesty women on MySpace all day. How disgusting."
Por Kimi Davis 23 de diciembre de 2013

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