146 definitions by Bumkicker Slade

A tire with a white stripe around it, found on Cadillacs and other cars driven by spade cats.
Leroy done bought him a set o whitewall tires.
by Bumkicker Slade April 24, 2005
A car or pickup truck. One's ride.
Are you still driving that old heap?
by Bumkicker Slade May 07, 2005
Locking yourself in the bathroom and asking an intruder to please take what he wants and then leave your house.

Because people in Massachusetts are not allowed to defend their life, liberty, or property. This is based on the liberal notions that if we reason politely with criminals they will surely not harm us, and that defending ourselves lowers us to the level of the criminal. (Since liberals do not believe in levels of humanity, this is difficult to comprehend.)
Oh, goodness gracious, a Pachuco is breaking into our home! Everyone get into the bathroom! We're going to practice Massachusetts self-defense!
by Bumkicker Slade May 11, 2005
To leave. To make one's exit.

Very common in 1960s.
I'm tired of this party. Let's butt out.
by Bumkicker Slade May 11, 2005
An empty liquor bottle.
After the party, a dozen dead Indians lay on the floor.
by Bumkicker Slade May 11, 2005
A disreputable person with an odious personality.
Listen, you little fart-knocker, you open your mouth again and I'll feed you your arse.
by Bumkicker Slade May 10, 2005
A bayonet. Common in the days of the War Between the States. Common in World War II.

A knife. Common since mid 19th century.
Emil carved up a Mun with his toad sticker.
by Bumkicker Slade May 11, 2005

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