finishing off a pack of cigarettes. When you are down to the last few and smoke them to be done with the pack so you don't have to carry around a pack with just one cigarette. Commonly used in New England and the North East.
Sara and Jordan smoked the last two cigs, they were biting off the pack.
an expression used at the University of Delaware and University of Vermont meaning the ending of a relationship. A break up, or any relationship worth mentioning. The term originated at the University of Vermont when a popular student by the name of Gordon continuously used the word relationship and ended his relationship with an Art Professor after feeding her dog a cookie.
If Sam doesn't take away my hamster I am going to have to go Gordon on that thing's ass and End our relationship!
Home of the jetty, the point, camp site E, Snappy and a gaggle of Southeastern Connecticut's finest youth. If you are ever in the area of Southeastern Connecticut in the summer months stop by Rocky Neck State Park and guide yourself to campfires surrounded by drinking and skinny dipping.
This park is notorious in the greater New London area. A very secluded park not often patrolled. If you work at Rocky Neck or know someone who works at Rocky Neck you are instantly included and familiarized with the summer festivities.