36 definitions by Swarsfanatic

1. an adventurous hero
2. a hired man who tends cattle and performs many of his duties on horseback
John Wayne, Tex Ritter, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry were some of the most famous cowboys.

"I should've been a Cowboy
I should'be learned to rope and ride
Wearing my six-shooter riding by pony on a cattle drive
Stealing the young girl's hearts
Just like Gene and Roy
Singing those campfire songs
I should've been a cowboy"
by Swarsfanatic May 10, 2005
A Country band consisting of Joe Don Rooney, Gary LeVox, and Jay Demarcus.
The Rascal Flatts sing "Bless The Broken Road"
by Swarsfanatic May 11, 2005
Where, tractor pulling happens. Much like a truck pull. A motor sport, where the idea is to pull a weight transfer machine, called a sled, as far as possible down a dirt track. The farther down the track the more weight the sled transfers to the skid plate. This makes the sled harder to pull down the track. The more distance, the harder it is to pull it. As the vehicle pulls the sled down the track, the weight moves forward, creating more resistance for the tractor to pull against. Finally at the supreme moment of pull, the weight on the sled is directly over the front end of the sled. This causes enormous friction with the ground, which finally brings the vehicle to a halt, with the distance the vehicle has traveled measured from a point called a starting line to the point at which the front of the sled now rests. Pulling the entire length of the track is considered a full pull. When two or more competitors, in the same class, cross the 300 foot line this results in a pull-off.
Let's go down to the tractor pull later today.
by Swarsfanatic June 01, 2005
just a word used when someone is confused. same idea as 'what the heck...'
What in the Sam Hill are you doing?
by Swarsfanatic May 11, 2005
Where, tractor pulling happens. Much like a tractor pull. A motor sport, where the idea is to pull a weight transfer machine, called a sled, as far as possible down a dirt track. The farther down the track the more weight the sled transfers to the skid plate. This makes the sled harder to pull down the track. The more distance, the harder it is to pull it. As the vehicle pulls the sled down the track, the weight moves forward, creating more resistance for the truck to pull against. Finally at the supreme moment of pull, the weight on the sled is directly over the front end of the sled. This causes enormous friction with the ground, which finally brings the vehicle to a halt, with the distance the vehicle has traveled measured from a point called a starting line to the point at which the front of the sled now rests. Pulling the entire length of the track is considered a full pull. When two or more competitors, in the same class, cross the 300 foot line this results in a pull-off.
We're headed down to the truck pull, want to come?
by Swarsfanatic June 01, 2005
casting dice, especially in craps.
It's your turn to roll the bones.
by Swarsfanatic May 11, 2005
Absolute TRL (Total Request Live) Forums. There are many Britney fantics & just plain weird people who make stupid posts. Contains many sections, note that the the titles after the -s are subfourms.:
Music
-CD Reviews
-Music Videos
-TRL & Countdown Shows
TV & Movies
-Wide World Of Sports
Photos
-Avatars & Graphics
The Lounge
-Fictional Shows
Your Top Ten
-Personal Year-End Charts
Game Cube
-Fantasy Billboard 4
-Fantasy Billboard 3 Archive
What happened to the Cany Shop at ATRL?
by Swarsfanatic April 22, 2005

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