2 definitions by A Jamoke

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Used after being praised for doing a good job. A not so subtle way of hinting at a raise. It is usually said after a person has become intoxicated and they may regret saying it afterwards, especially if used multiple times.
Boss: Vic, you've been doing good work recently.
Vic: Put the money in my pocket.
Boss: I'm happy that you got the last project done on time.
Vic: Put the money in my pocket.
(Boss shakes head and walks away)
#money #raise #promotion #boss #embarassing #greedy #impatient #drunk
by A Jamoke May 26, 2010
Used to refer to a fan of the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. Since Saku Koivu was the captain and fan favorite for so long the name Saku can refer to a pathetic, pitiful, worthless fan of the shitty Hab's.
Person 1: Why does everyone call you Saku?
Saku: Go Habs Go
Person 1: Dude Saku Koivu doesn't even play for the Habs anymore, he's on the Ducks.
Saku: Go Habs Go
Person 1: I guess I should just call you Quacku from now on... you're pathetic!
#montreal #obsessed #pathetic #habs #canadiens #koivu
by A Jamoke May 26, 2010
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