(n) blackflies, a kind of small biting fly or gnat. The word has the same Native American root as the name of the town Punxsutawney, PA.
If you are surrounded by a cloud of punkies, go into a car or tent, and they will all land on the walls. Then you can squish them easily.
(n) An ant-lion, an insect larva that digs conical pits in order to trap ants.
Morty liked to drop ants into doodlebug pits.
A prefix added to a person's name to indicate that he or she is not acting typically. Has the same origin as pod person
That must have been pod-Justin you met; usually he's a complete asshole.
1. (n) A driver who obstructs traffic in a parking lot waiting for someone to vacate a parking place.
2. (v) The act of obstructing traffic in a parking lot while waiting for a parking place to open.
1. The vulture was waiting for a place in the front row, even though there were plenty of places open in the next row.
2. He was vulturing me so closely that I didn't have room to back out.
(v) To abuse a vehicle: to drive a car on rough terrain for which it was not intended, to haul more in a truck than it was designed to carry. Newfoundland slang.
My shocks are ruined since my boy shithauled the car last week.
(n) A person from Cornerbrook, Newfoundland.
Buddy's just an old Cornerboy, me son.
(n) The roll of fat under the chin, a double chin.
George had a round face with a big wobbly guttle under his chin.