a small unmeasured unit of measure
a scoash of sugar in my coffee
Yonder: Antwhere but here.
"He's gone yonder, way outare, real gone."
I was raised on a farm in Missouri where the honeywagon was a wagon pulled by a tractor, and had a p-t-o auger to spread manure on the fields.
"Hey, don't call it the shitwagon around the girls, call it a honewagon.
a question frequently asked by Jewish people before eating something.
"Yes, you can eat it, it scoasher."
To hit with the fist to the upper arm mussel causing a disabling sensation in the arm.
"He frogged me so hard I couldn't raise my arm to hit him back."
One who sits in the hot-tub biting everyone's fart bubbles.
I ain't goin' in till that gumpus leaves.
To waffle: to leave an impression on the face or body such as a waffel iron makes on a pancake.
He slammed into the chain link fence so hard it left a waffel on him.
When she awoke from her nap she had a waffle mark from the mat on her face.
She sat on his face till it waffeled her butt.