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6 definitions by St. Jerome

 
1.
Graffiti.

Derived from the term ebonics and heiroglyphics. Especially refers to unintelligible gang markings.
"Some loser sprayed some Ebonoglyphics on my freshly-painted garage!"
by St. Jerome May 10, 2006
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2.
What female car salespeople are called behind their backs by sales managers. It implies that they are neglecting their domestic kitchen duties by taking a man's job.
"I heard the used car department just hired another empty kitchen. Why do they waste their time?"
by St. Jerome December 07, 2008
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3.
Term used at auto dealerships to describe supplemental life insurance that is sold during the part of the sale where the financing is arranged. This type of insurance would pay off your loan if you die, it is a source of "back end" profit" for the dealer.
"That customer was a total lay-down; he bought Slip & Trip (a similar disability insurance), Choke & Croak and Rust & Dust (paint protection)
by St. Jerome December 09, 2008
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4.
Term used at auto dealerships to describe supplemental health insurance that is sold during the part of the sale where the financing is arranged. This type of insurance would make your payment if you are sick or injured, it is a source of "back end" profit" for the dealer.
"That customer was a total lay-down; he bought Slip & Trip, Choke & Croak (a similar life insurance) and Rust & Dust (paint protection)
by St. Jerome December 09, 2008
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5.
Term used at auto dealerships to describe supplemental "paint protection" and rustproofing that is sold during the part of the sale where the financing is arranged. It is a source of "back end" profit for the dealer.
"That customer was a total lay-down; he bought Slip & Trip (disability insurance), Choke & Croak (life insurance) and Rust & Dust"
by St. Jerome December 09, 2008
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6.
Term used at auto dealerships to describe supplemental health insurance that is sold during the part of the sale where the financing is arranged. This type of insurance would make your payment if you are sick or injured, it is a source of "back end" profit" for the dealer.
"That customer was a total lay-down; he bought Slip & Trip, Choke & Croak (a similar life insurance) and Rust & Dust (paint protection)
by St. Jerome December 09, 2008
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