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14 definitions by Lobsterbeybuoy

 
1.
n. In sports, especially in Sweden, a dominant, unbeatable goaltender.

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Unbelievable! Did you see how Focale saved our bacon? What a golstopper!
by Lobsterbeybuoy January 01, 2014
 
2.
v.To be thoroughly stopped, embarrassed, or thwarted in a scoring attempt.

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The Slovaks thought they were going to score on a breakaway but they were fucaled, badly.
by lobsterbeybuoy January 01, 2014
 
3.
n. Maritime expression for a stranger, a neophyte. Derived from the bizarre way maritimers drape a protective sheet over folks eating their first lobster.

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Hand me that quarter-inch spline bracket. I have to haul this keel if we're going to beat that moisturizer back to port.

By Jeez there be a load of spline brackets by here.

Don't be a bib boy. There! Aft of your meat paw!
by Lobsterbeybuoy November 10, 2012
 
4.
adj. Atlantic Canadian expression meaning excellent. Used by fishermen, schooner builders and itinerant organ grinders.

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That boat there be codriffic! Ye hear me now there. I'd sail her down the mouth of an Atlantic moisturizer, and no mistake.

You lying Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia lobster roll! You don't know a schooner from an anchored dory.
by Lobsterbeybuoy November 10, 2012
 
5.
n. Similar to a spit-take but not as hilarious to watch as only a loose dribble of spittle leaves the mouth instead of a wild eruption of juice, coffee, vodka etc.

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Dude! Did you see that squid-jigger , hiccuburp, slip and get his face caught in that lobster trap?

Yeah. It was codriffic! I totally did a spit-laugh.
by Lobsterbeybuoy November 09, 2012
 
6.
place. Canadian town about to shake off its slumber and burst into the twentieth century. The party phone lines are being removed and the coal-fired steam train, filmed in many cowboy flicks and one of the few still in use in the civilized world, is on its last runs.

Mom and pop stores, self-taught hairdressers, and migrant labourer shacks will soon be replaced by fancy corporate establishments, and a name-brand eating place is in the planning stages.

First settled by Cree indians, Stettler was overrun in 1845 by Europeans who thought the area would prosper if they ran the place instead. They were wrong for over a century but discovery of major deposits of shale, sandstone, and fist-sized boulders in 1956 saved the town from absolute desolation as there was a niche use of these products in the concrete yard-novelty industry.

Grain farming and repairing asphalt are pursued locally and The Stettler Groundkeeper is purused avidly.

There are no significant sports teams, high schools, or marching bands but a horse rodeo is held quadrennially on the horse rodeoing grounds

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They make a lot of cowboy movies near Stettler don't they?

Yep. Don't have to change a thing.
by Lobsterbeybuoy November 11, 2012
 
7.
n. Canadian expression for a fellow who's useless.

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That new deckhand be a right dory rower. I wouldn't want to rely on him to pull traps in a moisturizer.

Too right Bruce.

You from Australia?

Yeah. But not from Perth.
by Lobsterbeybuoy November 10, 2012