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8 definitions by Arnie Schiffer

 
1.
Military terminology meaning any service member who avoids his duties.
Private Jones is a real skate. This is the fifth time this month he avoided garbage detail.
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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2.
1. A yound one's fart. 2. What you tell a child when they fart. 3. The noise of a fart when it's short, quick, sharp, and dry.
Mother telling child, "You make pook!"
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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3.
Derogatory slang (from the late 1980s) for a BMW car, from the understanding that African-Americans highly desired owning a BMW, or held great pride in the BMW that they may have owned.
He wants to trade in his Nissan for a Black Monkey Wagon.
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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4.
Derogatory slang (from the late 1980s) for a BMW car, from the understanding that African-Americans highly desired owning a BMW, or held great pride in the BMW that they may have owned.
He wants to trade in his Nissan for a Big Monkey Wagon.
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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5.
A nut on a vehicle, or other mechanical device, in a group of nuts that's usually the last nut to remove but gets rounded off presenting you with bigger problems.
Four lugnuts on my wheel came off easy, but the fifth & last one is all rounded off & I now I'm fucked... Stupid fucknut!
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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6.
Military term (commonly used in the late 1980s) for a service member who skips out of work all the time.
1. While the rest of us were cleaning the barracks for inspection, Private Smith skeezed out again by going to sick call.
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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7.
Common use in '80s/'90s. The act of a military service member driving a long distance to get home for a 72 or 96 hour liberty/holiday weekend. It is initiated as soon as the liberty starts, and the service member returns home just before the liberty ends. The act itself is a non-stop rush to make it home, enjoy time away, and return back to base. The drive involves no delays other than to stop for gas and is usually at least 7 or more hours each way.
Corporal Davis is going to swoop home for the Memorial Day weekend.
by Arnie Schiffer May 11, 2008
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