81 definitions by Tenacious Faulker

Starbuck's term for "small" by default. While Short is supposed to be their "small" it's doesn't appear on the menu for hot drinks.
Customer: Wait...I ordered small, hot latte. It's supposed to be 8 oz. Why am I being charged for the "Tall" size?

Barista: Oh, you wanted a "Short". You didn't say "Short". Do you want a "Short" then, hmmmmm?

Customer: Well...uhhh...yeah...of course.

Barista: Well you should've just said so in the 1st place.

Customer(seething): You just lost your tip.
by Tenacious Faulker May 18, 2009
A place in or near a town or city for teens and tweens to drive their cars, cruise for chicks or guys and to generally see and be seen on weekends.
When I was a kid in the 50's the chicks at the circuit went for guys in the fastest hotrods. In the 60's and 70's it was rods with the coolest paint jobs. Then in the 80's and 90's it was loudest stereos. Now its all about giant rims, crazy lighting schemes, bone-jarring hydaulics and rice burners. Things just ain't the same since Fonzi died.
by Tenacious Faulker May 25, 2009
1) Fighting on ice, e.g. professional hockey.

2) A hockey game that has an inordinate amount of fights either throughout the game or simultaneously as in a bench-clearing brawl.
Fan 1: "Did you watch the Stanley Cup finals between the Penguins and the Redwings? Talbot fought Lindstrom, Fleury fought, Osgood fought Ericcson, Ericcson fought Talbot..."

Fan 2: "Oh, you mean the fight capades. Yeah, the Pens kicked their asses!"
by Tenacious Faulker June 22, 2009
1) The trauma experienced by rabid fans when their favorite star cancels their Twitter account.

2) Any major, bad news announced and/or broadcast on someone's Twitter page. Usually by an attention grubbing/starved celebrity, pseudo celeb or friend of a celeb.

3) The pain felt by Elmer Fudd's relatives when an anvil blow to the head finally kills him.
1) Miley Cyrus fans felt profound twagedy when she cancelled her Twitter account.

2) Janet Jackson is such a tweetfreak she had to be the first in her family to tweet the twagedy of her brother's death moments after the family was notified.

3) It was shockingwy twagic to wose Ewmer to an anviw stwike after he had taken so many hits for so wong in stwide.
by Tenacious Faulker October 22, 2009
1) When something has been going exceeding well only to then run its inevitable course and either decline or fail altogether; a market correction.

2) a term adopted in business to describe an event that is currently faultering or failing or has the potential to do so.
1) I thought my job as a lawyer was recession-proof, but when Jesus returned, sent all the sinners to hell and left everyone remaining on Earth singing Kum By Ya, that bubble burst!

2) In 2007: My house was just appraised at 130% of what I bought it for and I don't think the market can support more than that for much longer. I'm going to sell it now before the bubble bursts next year.
by Tenacious Faulker August 20, 2009
1) (Noun) The pain a female experiences deep in her lower back around the colon when contractions around the 40th week of pregnancy start. The contraction pain is very near the anus giving the feeling of the onset of an impending putrid and painful deuce drop that ebbs and flows with each contraction.
2) (Noun) A person who is a real "pain in the anus".

Derrivative of "pain" and "anus".
1) My God!!! Is this a contraction or do I really have to shit?! Oh wait...its gone...I must be experiencing painus.
2) Linda keeps ridin' my ass and won't quit. She'a a persistent painus!
by Tenacious Faulker July 10, 2007
Getting a sudden and uncontrollable boner from a sudden shock of fear. Usually happens when one freaks out during a public speaking .
According to Wikipedia, actor Thomas Lennon sufffers from panic boners. Apparently he's more nervous in front of crowds than he let's on.
by Tenacious Faulker March 29, 2015

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