An alcoholic beverage consumed as a hangover rememdy. The phrase comes from the expression "hair of the dog that bit you", meaning that the best cure for what ails you is to have some more of it. In ancient times it was literally used to say that if a dog were to bite you, putting the dog's hair into the wound would heal it. "Like cures like". This hangover remedy is not recommended because a) it leads to a bad habit of drinking during the day and b)it doesn't really work very well. Still, this method works about as well as most other hangover remedies.
Steve: Man, I'm really paying for all those keg stands I did last night.
Tony: Yeah, I'm hurting too. Hair of the dog?
Steve: Why not, man. We got a few beers left in the fridge.
February 26, 2005
1. Left helpless in a situation because you aren't given something you need or were promised (a ride, a delivery, sex, moral support, help in a fight, toilet paper....)
2. To be under the influence of marijuana, but not alcohol.
Well, everyone's downstairs drinking, but if you just wanna smoke you can go out on the porch. I think there's a couple guys who are high and dry out there.
Dangerously cheesy urban/ehtnic snack.
To make a regrettable late night phone call after drinking heavily. These calls are often made by guys to ex-girlfriends or someone they want to date. The result is often embarassment and self-loathing for being a)overly emotional, b)incoherent, or c)creepy
Yo, go take Ace's phone away from him before he starts drunk dialing again.
An alcoholic beverage (usually beer or perhaps malt liquor) consumed inside a moving vehicle. This beverage can be consumed by passenger, driver, or both. Road sodas are illegal in most states due to open container laws. Still, they are widely enjoyed as evidenced by all the beer cans littering rural raodsides.
Let's grab a six pack before we leave, there's nowhere to stop on the way and it's a boring trip without any road sodas.
2. an interjection similar to saying word
when you are in agreement with what someone just said or you approve of what they said
3. high on marijuana
1. That kid down at the park is a nice ballplayer.
2. Sam: I just got a new apartment downtown, man.
3. They've been sittin on the porch smokin blunts all day. They're mad nice by now.
" That pinche
Borracho vomitted all over my shoes."