n. The music that is played in a corporate retail chain in order to influence the buying habits of customers. Although Retail rock varies from store to store, one thing remains consistant: the music, like the products found in the store at which it is played, is fake mass-produced garbage that must be avoided at all costs.
(1) While browsing in CVS, Barbra noticed the song playing over the store's radio was 'I Don't Want to Wait' by Paula Cole. She immediately bought several packs of Q-tips.
(2) Ashley's boyfriend watied outside Abercrombie & Fitch while she shopped for the latest fall fashions; he could hear 'No Such Thing' by John Mayer blearing over the store's speakers, and he didn't like it.
Term used to describe someone who is acting like a scavenger.
You are such a little scavy.
Why are you stealing my food you scavy!
A fricking awesome person.
Hools is a fricking awesome person. A great pvper. Intelligent and wise.
One who is a theive in the world of turds. He or she may rob the innocent of their stool. This thing may be obsessive of waste products and is fascinated by the pooping process.
"Hey, that turd burgular stole my stool!"
The annoying occurence when inhaling, a piece of flem stretches and makes a gargantuan popping noise:)
Gotta have my pops.
(n)Of, or relating to a personal possession. Can sometimes be pronounced "dealies"
"Dude, you touched my deals!"
"Give me back my deals!"
A shortened version of "May I help you?" used by some non-English speaking fast food cashiers.
You: <walk up to register>
Cashier: mep you?