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38 definitions by Krakky McKraken

 
15.
The animal from which hot dogs are made.
Even though millions of people eat one every day, the wiley balognaphump has never been photographed.
by Krakky McKraken October 02, 2005
 
16.
An edible piece of drywall that comes complete with a spackle spread, packaged like a Cheese & Crackers.
"Hey Cletus, pass some of that there Smackdacky over here."
by Krakky McKraken December 16, 2004
 
17.
A maneuver usually performed by, but not limited to, a Skape, when traveling down a hallway with other people. Similar in posture to the famous Heisman Trophy, with the exception that instead of clutching a football to the stomach area, the individual performing the Hallway Heisman will grasp the small of their back, in a hunched over position. The Hallway Heisman is mainly used to ward off approaching people, so as not to be bumped into due to a "back injury".
As soon as the Skape saw the Human Resources person coming, she suddenly stopped running and assumed a Hallway Heisman position.
by Krakky McKraken November 14, 2006
 
18.
A bicycle made from marshmallows, popular in France.
Ride my peepseclette, my marshmallow bike.
by Krakky McKraken October 02, 2005
 
19.
Final evolutionary stage of the Purplepotamus. Distinguished by its bellowing rage and increasingly suicidal behavior. A Predapotamus is usually driven into extinction quickly since its actions are not thought out in advance.
Daisy Mae: The Predapotamus was fired after sending an inflammatory e-mail officewide about how much she hates the person sitting next to her.
by Krakky McKraken November 12, 2006
 
20.
A large mucus-like slob that snorts a lot and doesn't do much but eat and get fatter. Infects those around it with all sorts of diseases.
Zeke: Do you have a cold?

Daisy Mae: I caught it from the Snalien down the hall.
by Krakky McKraken November 12, 2006
 
21.
Short for synapse lapse. In a phone call or voice-mail from the Ding, the lapse in time between "Hello" and the point at which the actual message begins. A synlapse is signalled by a drawn-out um.

The length of a synlapse depends on the complexity of the message, which determines how long it will take the Ding's electron-size brain to fit the information together coherently enough to convey it.

The average length of a synlapse is 45 seconds, during which boredom-induced drooling may commence in the unfortunate recipient of the voice-mail.
The message the Ding left for Zeke lasted two and a half minutes, two minutes of which consisted of a particularly mind-numbing synlapse.
by Krakky McKraken November 22, 2006