1. noun, A timid little dog (however, the phrase has also been used to describe other animals, humans, things, with the characteristics of a wimpy doodle).
2. Proper noun, as in "The Wimpy Doodle". The original wimpy doodle was a nice little poodle named Annie, owned by a family in Pine Hills, Florida.
Your dog is a wimpy doodle. He hides under the bed whenever anyone comes over.
This is when you go into a bathroom needing to take a JDub, and there is only one stall available (the others are occupied by other MadShyters). The absolute worst situation is when there are 3 stalls, and you get stuck with the middle one. You're caught in the cross-fire of stank smells.
"P-Diddy went upstairs planning to take a RayBurr, but instead was stuck in the SuicideStall" or "After an evening of drinking Natty Light, ER went to the Mall. Suddenly, he knew he had to drop a JDub in a damn hurry. He went to the Mall bathroom, but the only stall available was the SuicideStall. He decided to try to smuggle the JDub back home, but instead shat in he draws as he went over a speed bump on the way out of the Mall".
This is what happens when you're enjoying a leisurely RayBurr at work, and the cleaning tard tries to open the stall door. I guess he needs to put some more toilet paper in the RayBurr stall, that conscientious tard-prick. But thanks to him, I'm no longer in the mood to relish my RayBurr, so I finish up and head for the hizzous.
"I was having one of my best RayBurrs in several weeks, when the janitor-tard tries to open the stall door. I guess seeing my legs showing underneath the stall was not enough of a clue for the guy. Damn tardburglar!!!
This is short for "taking a Raymond Burr", which means "a non-handicapped person taking a JDub in the handicapped stall". The name comes from the legendary actor Raymond Burr, who was not handicapped at all, but played "Ironsides" on TV; a detective confined to a wheelchair.
"I'm headed off to take a RayBurr" or "A RayBurr is in FULL EFFECT as we speak!"
This is the office-speak name for a bathroom violation. Specifically, this is what happens when a person in a wheelchair has to wait outside of a handicapped stall while some able-bodied person is in the stall taking a RayBurr. So named because thanks to Federal Section 508 of some law, all computer programs have to be written to handicapped people can use them without a mouse.
Yo dood, there's a 508 in progress in the bathroom!