5 definitions by amandapants

Top Definition
The word middle and center combines to make minner. This is usually said when someone is speaking faster than they are thinking. Minner first originated during a very close game of Trivial Pursuit. The term is now used to describe anything in the center/middle of something.
"All I have to do is make it to the minner and I win!"

"My steak is cooked perfectly in the minner."
by amandapants September 07, 2009
pronounced "row-b-show fo sho". This is used when Brandon Robichaux agrees to do something, or go somewhere. This can also be used by others when addressing him.
"He's from cajun-land?"
"Robichaux fo' sho'."

"Hey is Brandon going to join us in golf?"
"Robichaux fo' sho'."
by amandapants September 16, 2009
Also known as "jerk", a gerk is used when someone who is texting has the spelling capacity of a 4 year old. It however, is pronounced just as it is spelled with a grrr. Gerk now replaces the word jerk in everyday conversations.
Text: "You are a gerk."
Reply: "What the hell does that m...oh. He can't spell."

Don't mind Josh, he's just being a gerk.
by amandapants September 16, 2009
Breafakst is a word to describe a morning meal by those who cannot pronounce "breakfast".
Shawn: "What's for breafakst?"
Danielle: "Oh, you mean breakfast?"

"I love having breafakst for dinner."
by amandapants September 16, 2009
A dirty cajun, from cajunland. They say things like "neow" (now) and "nowlans" (New Orleans). Generally, a filthy cajun can be found in the bayous of "Loosiana" (Louisiana) wearing overalls and trying to catch rabbits with a potato sack to make rabbit stew.
"Let's invite Brandon over for dinner."
"Oh, the filthy cajun? Ok."

"I don't understand that guy's accent."
"That's ok. He's a filthy cajun."
by amandapants September 16, 2009

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