Cuban slang for an old person with white hair, referring to the sugar color of their hair. Can be used to describe a man or a woman. If used to describe an old man, may also refer to his background as a cane-cutter in Cuba. Especially heard to describe old Cubans around Miami. Somewhat disrespectful when referring to older persons, but acceptable in referring to former cane-cutters.
Yo, Cano, did you used to cut cane in the cane fields. Yo, viejo (old person) I'm talking to you, are you deaf?
Acronym for OLD QUEER WITH MONEY. Targets for young gay males and gay hustlers who want the Old Queer's Money and will do what it takes sexually to get it. The Old Queers are usually perceived to be easy marks, are submissive or bottoms. They often have toupees, fake and bake tans, get bad plastic surgeries or too much botox in trying to retain their fleeting and far gone youthful looks, but the OQWM love and crave the attention of the 20-something gayboys. Often synonymous with OLD QUEEN WITH MONEY.
I heard these 3 guys at the gaybar talking about this OQWM. They were going to drop by his house the next day, hang out at the pool, have some drinks and the OQ was boing to pay to blow them all.
Girl who will accompany a wanna-be fag on his forays into bars or clubs to find a gay man to play with.
Jessica is such a fag sitter. I don't know why she agrees to go out with Chad while he shops for tops at gay bars.
Any accessory a douche wears or a tattoo on a douche that signifies the status of douche-hood. Flashy douche bling, flashy trash in or on their cars, doucheboy tatts all qualify as douche-tags.
Could that douche be any more douche-y? He was floating every douche-tag known to douchery!
Tweets / Twitter Messages of no importance, relevance or interest
1st Tweet: Im painting my toenails right now
2nd Tweet: a rilly awesome color
3rd Tweet: Duz N E 1 want 2 C pixxx
4th Tweet: Jelis H8TRS!!!
Obviously Solipsistic Ramblings into the Void!
The way of preparing a diluted drink in a strip club for the strippers only, patrons keep buying their strippers drinks, if they weren't diluted, the girls would be too inebriated to work. The patrons get their drinks mixed per usual. The strippers get mixed drinks with extra ice, where the mixer is poured first, such as coca-cola, then the bartender 'splashes' the liquor on top, so that if the patron sniffs the drink or takes a sip to make sure he isn't getting ripped off (for overpaying for drinks anyway), the liquor will taste quite strong.
Friend to Stripper: How do you drink like 20 drinks a nite and not get drunk?
Stripper: Oh the bartender dilutes our drinks, hmmm, I probably only drink the equivalent of 4 drinks the whole nite thanks to splashing. And mine are mixed with diet cola, have to watch the calories too haha.
Both a noun and a verb, referring to someone who lives aboard a boat, e.g., 'They live aboard their boat' or 'he is a live-aboard'. Can be temporary or permanent, for the length of a dive, vacation, season, lifetime or retirement. If of a more permanent nature, refers to someone who likes the carefree lifestyle associated with living on a boat vs. the responsibility of living in a dwelling on land
One to another: My Dad is retiring soon and he's going to sell his house and become a live-aboard.
Another: No way!
One: Yes, he's going to live-aboard his boat and just sail around the Caribbean and see every single island.