207 definitions by bungalow bill

to "take a back seat" is to assume a non-participatory role on an issue or situation.
"I'm sick of taking a back seat about things that go on around here. I'm gonna say a few things at tomorrow's meeting!"
by Bungalow Bill July 29, 2005
describing an item that has only the most basic and necessary features to it; strictly functional; utilitarian
I looked into getting an upgrade for my cell phone, told the sales rep I just wanted something bare bones (i.e. a unit strictly for making/receiving telephone calls).

turns out that's impossible these days, since even the most basic phones have cameras and mp3 players as standard features now!
#basic #bells and whistles #run of the mill #regular #ordinary
by Bungalow Bill September 10, 2006
The act of sexual intercourse.
John and Jane are getting it on in the bedroom.
by Bungalow Bill February 26, 2002
to be blown away in some sort of competition.
My Powerbook smoked your G4 in those performance benchmarks!
by Bungalow Bill October 17, 2001
place of living....
Home is where the pad is
by Bungalow Bill October 06, 2001
Equivalent to saying "I did it!" after accomplishing a hard task.
Physics complete! Yatta!
by Bungalow Bill December 02, 2001
To make love.
So she came over to my place and we made some whoopie.
by Bungalow Bill January 30, 2002
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