n. a gun, usually a revolver, derived from "Smith and Wesson," also see credit card
Wipe that smirk off your face asshole, or I'll show you my Smith.
1 - n. the regional dialect of Baltimore, Maryland, in which syllables are often dropped and multiple words contracted into indistinct, mumbled phrases.
2 - n. persons speaking the regional dialect of Baltimore, Maryland. (affectionate term, used with respect)
1 - Baltimorons commonly call all members of the opposite sex "Hon," short for "honey."
2 - "Gone downy o-shun" is the phrase used to describe "Going down to the ocean (Ocean City)" for a vacation.
3 - "Wayoo ain calmee" is the urban Baltimore equivalent of "Why haven't you called me lately?"
n. a fart that displaces a large amount of fresh air, causing a sudden barometric spike that flutters the eardrums, one that hits your nose quicker than your ears
Shock waves rippled back through Ryan's face, like a guy on multi-g force rocket sled ride, as Jonathan loosed a sonic boom that made the windows rattle.
n. (figuratively) the design process, the stages of planning, or the beginning of a process
This idea really sucks - I think we need to go back to the drawing board.
starting over, examining one's failed plans and beginning anew
After the Palestinian elections in 2006, is George Bush saying "Mission Accomplished" or "back to the drawing board?"
n. euphemism referring to any object or tactic that facilitates the acquisition of cash or material goods through illegal acts such as intimidation, armed robbery, fraud, etc.
Duwan walked down to the convenience store with his pit bull, and picked up a six pack, saying to the clerk, "Well, damn, I forgot my wallet, but I did bring my credit card," as the pit bull barked at the clerk.
Joey laid his Smith
on the counter, saying, "Give me a cash advance against my credit card, and I won't blow your nuts off."
v. literally equating to "win a lawsuit against you."
A threatening phrase that condenses a situation to it's final proposed outcome that "I will sue you and win, thereby stripping you of your property." Variants would include living in (someone's) house.
1 - If you touch me again, I'm gonna own your house.
2 - You better watch what you say, or I'm going to own your house.
3 - If your malpractice insurance hadn't taken compensated the victim, she would own your house.