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91 definitions by Rodney Basil

Australia. Appropriate nickname because of its location (below Asia) and the extreme differences between Australia and other continents/countries.

Animals: Koalas, Kangaroos, Echidnas, Platypi (Platypusses?), and Tasmanian Devils are creatures that only inhabit Australia in the wild.

Seasons: Australian summer is most other countries' winter, and vice versa.

Land: Mostly desert and open plains. Probably contains the highest percent of desert of any continent (Antarctica is tundra, not desert).

This would also be a good nickname for Antarctica, which is literally under every continent.
I'm not sure if the Land Down Under has any urban slang, unless you consider "Blimey!" and "mate" to be UrbanSpeak.
by Rodney Basil May 19, 2004
What a stepmother would yell at you if she found a wire hanger in your closet after specifically telling you that wire hangers are just not acceptable. You would then be beaten about with the aforementioned wire hanger.
"You fool! I said plastic hangers! But this...This is a wire hanger! No more wire hangers!"
by Rodney Basil December 21, 2003
Someone (often a pitcher in baseball) who throws left-handed.
Lefty, throw me the ball!
by Rodney Basil October 24, 2003
1. When the police try to shut down an illegal business that is currently in the guise of a legal business. The raid is when they finally come in to search for evidence.

2. Performing such an action.

3. To rummage through something, with the intent to find a specific item.

4. Insect poison.

5. The act of spraying such a poison.
1. There may be a raid tonight.

2. Did you hear that the cops raided Ol' Sam-O's on 35th Street?

3. The racoons raided my garbage again!

4. I sprayed some Raid on that anthill.

5. Did you Raid the wasps' nest yet?
by Rodney Basil May 20, 2004
When people sell their old/used/worthless things on their front yard at bargain-basement prices. Called such because people often clear stuff out of their garage, put it on their front yard, and decide that instead of throwing it away, they may as well sell it.
If you add a "b" between the "r" and the second "a" in garage sale, you'll see what a garage sale really is.
by Rodney Basil December 22, 2003
1) Verbal abuse used during competition to upset the opposition.

2) To verbally abuse the opponent during competition.
1) He hit me with a lot of trash-talk in the basketball game.

2) He trash-talked me throughout the basketball game.
by Rodney Basil May 23, 2004
The first counter of a dare. Can only be countered by a triple-dog-dare.

Not to be confused with the television show "Double Dare", as the TV show lacks a hyphen.
A: I dare you to dance with Noreen.

B: Well, I double-dare you to dance with Noreen.
by Rodney Basil November 02, 2003