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115 definitions by Rod Brock

A person with such extreme halitosis that their breath can be smelled all the way across a large room when they are speaking.
Gene has buttbreath all the time - it must be that diet of coffee and donuts.
by Rod Brock July 27, 2006
"Sambos" was the name of a U.S. chain of breakfast houses, similar to IHOP. Once ubiquitous, only one store remains - the original restaurant in Santa Barbara, California, from which the chain sprang. When the owners discovered a book entitled "Little Black Sambo" written by Hellen Bartrum in 1899, in which an East-Indian child is chased in a circle by a tiger until the tiger turns into butter, they decided it was a perfect match, and Sambos restaurants thereafter featured conspicuously mounted placards telling the story, and ultimately relating the butter to the blobs of whipped butter served on Sambo's pancakes.

Whether the chain closed because of concerns relating to "political correctness" is unknown to this author.
You know that Chinese Buffet up on Lakeway Drive? That used to be a Sambos, years ago.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
One who cuts a smelly fart in a circumstance in which all are grossed out and suffer, such as an office meeting, at the dinner table, in a restaurant, etc.
Have a little respect you stinkbutt bastard - it's your own grandmother's funeral!
by Rod Brock July 31, 2006
Money, legal currency. Often used in a negative sense, e.g., "filthy lucre."
The American race is rapidly becoming the coldest in the world, all because of this cruel, maneating idol, lucre.
by Rod Brock July 27, 2006
Antiquated term, used to refer to the supposed ingredients of a poor grade of rolling tobacco, such as Bull Durham. Also may be used a comeback when someone asks what's for dinner.
I swear, that bag of tobacco was naught but horseshit and slivers.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
UK. One who is mentally imbalanced, eccentric, crazy, etc. Sometimes expressed as "right 'round the bend." An eighties tune, during the second "British Invasion" of music in the U.S., had the lyric, "You send me right 'round, baby, 'right round, like a record baby."
Did you see him talking to that tree? 'Round the bend, he is.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
One who partakes in chocolate to the point of excess.
Nine out of ten women are chocolate fiends, even if they don't admit it.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006