Rikers' Island, the infamous correctional facility/holding area for the NYC Metro area for 70 years. It is located north of Queens.
Usually, you won't go to Rikers' unless you get charged with a felony.
1) a heavy, wood stove popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
2) an insult, in reference to someone with a large stomach.
My cousin eats too many burgers; you can tell this from his potbelly.
A state trooper's car, usually from the Lone Star State. The term became popularized in the film "Smokey and the Bandit."
We just passed a Texas Bubble Gum Machine at 100 Miles Per Hour.
a derogatory term for an employee of a textile mill, particularly in the Hill Country of the American South. The term came into usage in the early twentieth century. Lintheads were and are primarily white southerners that are either the progeny of or themselves tenant farmers.
The foreman tries to make you feel badly about being a linthead. Don't be. Your spot in heaven is secure; they should be the one worrying.
Frosty's original name
Let's name the snowman Oatmeal!
the only joy I have left. It makes a distinct sound that you must hear to believe.
Damn, I can't afford cable anymore, time to increase my farting in a bottle quotient.
A subgenre of indie music characterized by folk or country-twinged songwriters who intertwine wistfulness and irony in such a way that each element cannot be plucked from the tune. They also wear beards. The most well known purveyors of this genre are Iron & Wine and Will Oldham.
Damn, I love that Beardcore music. Rivers Cuomo is such an enema.