A device fast food places came up with during the `80s to serve lazy fatasses who are too fat or lazy to walk from the parking lot to the counter. Essentially a window on the side of the building where you get your special six patty big mac served between three hashbrowns instead of buns.
One who always feels the need to be protesting or joining some cause such as greenpeace or PeTA. Causeheads are habitual joiners and often end up abandoning a previous cause for another more promising one.
Protestors who always feel the need to jump from one cause to another or a bunch of causes at once are causeheads.
Someone at work who saves all the good or easy jobs for himself and his buddies. Also applies to an athlete who only plays when he feels like it or when he can come in and take all the glory for himself.
Damn Jeff is such a cherry picker. He took the easy job and dumped all the grunt work off on us.
Similar to The Hitler Card, The God card is when one evokes the name of God or some other religious deity into a debate. Usually their logic is that their opponent's position goes against the word of God and often times they include religious scripture. This is Usually done as alast ditch effort by someone who does not have anything even remotely resembling rational reasons for their position and feels the need to appeal to their opponents religious beliefs or blind faith to steer the argument into their religon.
The God Card often comes into play on issues like abortion, war, or politics.
The police car. Usually a Chevy Impala or Crown Victoria marked or unmarked. Much like it's NASCAR counterpart when it appears Everyone instinctively slows down and drives in double single file lines and nobody dares to pass it.
Uh-Oh it's the interstate pace car everybody slow down.