99 definitions by Blue Cawdrey

US: A death row prisoner on his terminal walk to eternity inherites the unenviable title of 'dead man walking'.
As the prisoner set of for his last walk to the gas chamber the other con's slowly shook there heads from side to side and muttered 'dead man walking'.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
Let one rip, yet another way to say fart.
Jimbo let one rip this time he followed through, as he waddled away he thought 'It's about time I cleaned out that fridge'.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004
1. Music, mainly guitar: A musical phrase based on or around musical scales*. Riffs can be pre-prepared and repeated, or improvised on the spot and of indefinite length based loosly around the melody of the song.

Scales are a way of arranging musical notes so that they a cool to listen to. Basic scales for guitar include:

Major
Minor
Pentonic
Blues

2.There is also an Arabic people called Riffs.
The lights went down and the lead guitarist then played a long, slow, sweet blues based riff that had the hairs standing up on the back of peoples necks.
by Blue Cawdrey November 23, 2004
A motor accident in which the lead car has another car piled up on top of it from the rear, the result of a tailgater being unable to stop in time through being too close.

Resembles one car mounting another.
Witness: A kid ran out in the road and the lead car had to stop real fast, the car behind was unable to stop in time and really car fucked him.

Fireman: Well driver in the lead car has no worries now, the rear cars engine block has taken his head clean off.
by Blue Cawdrey November 23, 2004
A seal in car engine splits
or
Somebody has lost their temper.
1) Mechanic: We will need to tow your car to the garage you have blown a gasket.

2)User 1: Grrrr! Windows has shit itself again and Blue screened.
User 2: Don't blow a gasket I have a Linux installation disk-set here, you can use them to permenantly fix the problem.
by Blue Cawdrey November 28, 2004
Affectionate name for an old dog or cat.
Move over and let me sit down you old fleabag.
by Blue Cawdrey November 18, 2004
UK: Sometimes used at pub time in male company to acknowlege that somebody has let one rip.
It is said in a posh voice parodying behaviour in more gentile circles.
Jimmy raised his left buttock and let one rip that rattled the half empty glasses on the table, even before the smell of baking brownies had begun to disapate his mates chorused 'more tea vicar'.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004

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