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8 definitions by mr. johnny

 
1.
one kickass town, home of the sears tower, hancock building, the navy pier, kapone, some kickass rappers like twista. If you can't hang here, don't bother trying. I live in the 'burbs though, but i've been therre plenty of times.
Chicago Kicks Ass
by mr. johnny March 05, 2004
 
2.
"Golf... is truly happiness"
A great quote by Moe Norman
by Mr. Johnny April 15, 2005
 
3.
The ancient Scottish sport of curling has been called a hybrid of bowling and chess set on ice, but perhaps the closest analogy is shuffleboard. Two four-member teams slide 42-pound granite stones (the best of which come from a single quarry in Scotland) on a sheet of ice toward a target area. Teammates sweep the ice in front of the stone to help maneuver it towards the center target.
Each player on the team throws two stones during an "end," which is sort of like an inning in baseball. The team with the most points after 8 or 10 ends wins the match. Did I mention that you can knock your opponents' stones out of contention?

The name "curling" comes from the Old English verb "to curr," or growl. There's a fair amount of shouting during the game, as team members urge each other on while sweeping the ice in front of the stone.

This year, the British women's team gave their country its first Winter Olympics gold medal since 1984, while the Norwegian men's team upset the Canadian favorites.
Curling looks like a lot of fun, I wonder where I could try it in my area?
by Mr. Johnny April 15, 2005
 
4.
competition for men
damn she broke up with me. she said the vibrator was better then me!!!!!
by Mr. Johnny June 09, 2004
 
5.
long piece of crap.
i took a tree in the toilet. something died up my ass.
by mr. johnny March 01, 2004
 
6.
the entrance to the country that is COMPLETELY FUCKING WORTHLESS because stupid ass ilegal imigrants move across it every day...
worthless piece of shit line
by mr. johnny January 17, 2005
 
7.
A pointless ceremony, seeing as the person who is honoring can not see hear feel smell or taste what is going on. They are dead. It is still a very polite gesture to go, because the family of the deceased person is still alive. Often, you do not even know the deceased person very well.
I had to go to my cousin's grandfather's funeral. I didn't even know the guy. He's dead he dosen't know We're here to honor him! I don't know why this was open-casket the morticians didn't cover up that gunshot wound to the face very well!
by Mr. Johnny March 12, 2005