Slightly devious way to spell "boner" (erection, stiffie). The pronunciation of "boaner" is the same as "boner" and means the same, but it enables online posters of certain ask-question-get-answer websites to slip the word past an unaccomodatingly severe censor bot.
from car TRUNK + trick OR TREAT. A style of Halloween trick or treating where children solicit candy and other goodies not from households but from car trunks in an entertainment style similar to tailgating. Trunk or treating has its origins in late 1990s Utah but has since spread to some other locales, generally small towns or suburbs in the Midwest and South. To host a trunk-or-treat event, a sponsoring entity (usually a local church) will offer its parking lot on Halloween afternoon and evening. Participants agree to bring their cars and stock the trunks with candy. A growing custom, there are now websites devoted to explaining the ritual and offering tips for decorating car trunks in Halloween themes.
"Jimmy won't be home 'til almost dark. He's going to trunk or treat with friends."
"Do you mean trick or treat?"
"No, trunk or treat. The kids go to church parking lots and get their candy from the parents' car trunks."
"The younger generation has it too easy, if you ask me."
By the mid-1970s "Asshole Buddies" had lost its primarily military connotation and became a slang term, more commonly used in the American South than in other regions, to denote two very close male friends who have come to know each other intimately, though not necessarily sexually. Even if they are having sex, they may nonetheless identify as straight.
." Lonnie and Joe Bob? You hardly ever see one without the other. They've been asshole buddies for years."
"You mean, join the Solo Aviator Division? That's SAD! (chuckles). As a flight attendant, I see all sorts of things, like splooge in the unisex toilets the last visitor didn't even clean up. And you wouldn't believe what goes on under those airline blankets."
"Yuck! Now I know why they're so skanky. Thanks for the warning."