One who continually repeats the same statement with little variation, if any.
Derives directly from the (slightly inaccurate) term involving polyvinyl record albums, where such a "broken" record would repeatedly skip back a moment in what being played. (The term was inaccurate - usually such skippage was caused by debris on the disc.)
Hey, Bob is being a broken record about the salad bar. Somebody wanna hit him?
As in, "You want some cheese with your whine?" Said to people who whine excessively about some otherwise trivial bit of drama. Has a sort of you-had-it-coming flavor to it, and a strong implication from the speaker to the subject that now would be a really good time to shut up, because the whining is rally annoying the speaker.
Comes from that cheese is popular with wine, a beverage made of fermented fruit, and that whine is a homonym of wine.
"Oh, poor me, my steak arrived with not enough salt!" "Well, then, you want some cheese with your whine?"
Modification of the term god damn. Comes from the midwest, as near as I can tell - my grandfather (an Illinois native) used to say it a lot.
Note the term is always used as an adjective, and NEVER as a verb. So you can have (day) a dad gum toll booth attendant, but you don't dad gum the toll booth attendant. The only exception to this rule is that "Dad gummit" is a suitable substitute for "goddammit"
A spelled representation of a mispronunciation of the first name Arnold, specifically in reference to actor and governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Derived as a silly mockery to Gov. Schwarzenegger's distinct Austrian accent.