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4 definitions by Vedi

 
1.
A pour of alcohol. The amount is determined only by the generosity of the pourer.
"Did you bring that whisky? Do you mind if I have a dram?"

"Could I interest you in a dram of something?"
by Vedi July 27, 2008
 
2.
An exclamatory statement to describe a complete win or victory by coming out on top of a situation in every possible way.

A merging of the terms booyah and yahtzee (the highest dice roll in the board game).

Must only be used occasionally and in the right context to avoid looking like a wanker.
"I just got promoted, booyah"
"So did I, booyahtzee!"

"All the teams I bet on this week won, booyahtzee"
by Vedi July 10, 2008
 
3.
An unspoken code of honor between men (bros) in relation to dating/sleeping with women. A man of Broshido lives by a concept to serve and do no wrong to his male friends and family, even at the cost of his own happiness. There are no written rules, rather, it is a concept based on personal virtue and humility.

The origins of this practice are based in the Japanese philosophy of Bushido; "The way of the warrior". The ancient code of Bushido emphasises a lifestyle of loyalty, honor, obedience, duty, and sacrifice.

Much like this original school of thought, Broshido is a dying tradition. It has been overrun by modern male ideology of pride, selfishness and peacocking.
“Mike walked away when his brother’s hot, drunk ex-girlfriend tried to hit on him. Truly he is a master of Broshido.”.

“Dave saw that his friend was interested in the girl he was talking to. Without hesitation Dave introduced her to his friend and walked off into the night. There was no easy one night stand for Dave that evening, however, his legend was woven into the fabric of the universe.”.
by Vedi March 10, 2011
 
4.
To have a relaxed drink during a heavy drinking session.

A crooner is anything less alcoholic than what you are currently drinking or what you are about to drink.

The word is derived from the relaxed singing style of crooning.
Yolande: "Should we open a bottle of scotch?"
Sandy: "Not just yet, I will start with a crooner."

Jim: "Another shot of vodka mate?"
Steve: "Nah, I going to take it slow and have a crooner."
by vedi October 18, 2011