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5 definitions by Hapto

 
1.
Stands for "Subversive Chopper Urban Legion" A bicycle chopper gang that rides out of Boston. They've ridden radically modified bicycles most Saturdays from April Fools to Halloween for almost 10 years. See also Rat Patrol, Chunk666 and Black Label Bicycle Club
I just finished my new tallbike and I'm going to christen it for the SCUL ride this Saturnight.
by Hapto December 26, 2005
 
2.
French for "Eat Shit"
Resorting to wandering through the streets after chainsmoking cigarettes and 3 bottles of wine, and other stereotypes the frenchman fell into moments of franglish "Mange Merde!" he cursed loudly at the car that nearly ran his drunk ass over.
by Hapto January 27, 2008
 
3.
Stands for "Subversive Chopper Urban Legion" A bicycle chopper gang that rides out of Boston. They've ridden radically modified bicycles most Saturdays from April Fools to Halloween for almost 10 years.
I just finished my new tallbike and I'm going to christen it for the SCUL ride this Saturnight.
by Hapto December 24, 2005
 
4.
(hid-ee-ehct-oh-mee)

The diligent process in which you need to remove the hideous from your mind: usually involving some mind trick, pleasant distraction, copious drinking, or combination of all of the above.
OMG, When the "beer goggles" came off the morning after, I totally needed a hidectomy- so I went back to the bar for a little 10am happy hour action.

After walking in on my dad and the babysitter doing it doggy style dp with my childhood doll I'm totally going to need a hidectomy.

Sue cried out "Mental picture go away!" repeatedly as an attempt to induce a hidectomy after she caught a glimpse of her grandmother's vajayjay
by Hapto May 21, 2007
 
5.
A corporate jargon term for individual interactions on the same culture/power/economic/social level. Originally applied to computer networking on a computer level as opposed to a computer-server level.

Occasionally abbreviated as "P2P" and parallels "B2B" (business to business) usually on a separate, lower power level.
When the "Clu" and 'programs' battled the "Master Control Program" in the film Tron, the programs' collaboration is an example of peer-to-peer interaction.
by Hapto October 23, 2007