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146 definitions by Bumkicker Slade

 
15.
A small cafe or beanery that serves fried and deep-fried foods. The food is often delicious and always bad for you.
The Dell Cafe is Castro Valley's oldest greasy spoon.
by Bumkicker Slade May 07, 2005
 
16.
A game similar to Russian Roulette, but played with an automatic pistol.

You load one or more rounds of ammunition into the clip of the pistol, and insert the clip. Then you pull the slide back and release it.

Of course, in an automatic pistol, this inevitably loads a round into the chamber and cocks the weapon, ensuring that the gun WILL go off when you pull the trigger.
Two Crips were playing a game of Polish Roulette, which is not a bad thing at all.
by Bumkicker Slade April 25, 2005
 
17.
Imposing. Daunting. Worthy of contemplation and great respect. Fearsome.
Martha had a big old hairy ass Dodge pickup that could go anywhere.
by Bumkicker Slade April 24, 2005
 
18.
A sponge. A schnorrer. A person who shows up every evening at dinner time. A person who wants other people to pay his way.
Here's how we got rid of a mooch. We fed him dinner. After dinner, we called in the dog and let the dog lick our plates and silverware. Then we put the plates and silverware back in the cupboard. After the mooch left, we had to wash everything, but that schnorrer never came over again.
by Bumkicker Slade April 24, 2005
 
19.
An establishment, funded by money coerced from honest working stiffs, in which children are taught politically correct lies, faggoty agendas, and socialist bull crap.
Hillary Clinton knows what is best for me. I know this is true because I learned it in public school.
by Bumkicker Slade April 30, 2005
 
20.
To accelerate from a stop in such a manner that the tires squeal and smoke. To burn rubber.
Waylon peeled out from the stoplight in his 57 Chevy.
by Bumkicker Slade May 11, 2005
 
21.
To obtain something desired by bargaining, wheedling, and dealing.
Meyer finagled a band for the Bar Mitzvah. "So how did he get that trombone player?" asked Mrs. Fine sotto voce.
by Bumkicker Slade May 10, 2005