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8 definitions by shankus

 
1.
noun: a foot long sandwich

Background: It came from my strange mind one day in Subway.
Dude, I'm really torqued at Brian, he grubbed my f'long.
by shankus November 30, 2004
 
2.
adjective: synonym for shit-faced, to be excessively intoxicated
I tired of you getting sh'faced and puking in the house!
by shankus November 30, 2004
 
3.
adjective: exibiting the behavior or qualities of a motherfucker
Tailgaters are the most mofocious people around!
by shankus November 30, 2004
 
4.
noun: Wal-Mart "greeter"
"No, I don't want to go to Wal-Mart, Phillip. Those greetards always try to put a sticker on my bottled water, so they can feel safer that I didn't shoplift it. Sometimes the greetards even check my receipt when I'm leaving. I don't like being treated like a criminal. Let's go to K-Mart or Target instead."
by shankus November 30, 2004
 
5.
noun: 1. people stationed at the exit of a store to check you merchandise and receipt, to ensure that you have not shoplifted anything that the plain-clothed security personnel, ubiquitous cameras and hidden tag scanners did not detect

2. people employed by a store to treat you like a criminal, immediately after you just spent money in that store

Note: the greetard is sometimes tasked with double duty, as a frisker (see greetard),
Friskers are most usually found in Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Costco, although they are by no means limited to these establishments.
Friskers will almost always lie about the reason, when asked why they are checking your bag (ironic, since they are there to ensure honesty from the customer, but these store representatives are not bound by any code of honesty themselves).
"Phillip, let's go to Circuit City instead. The price is the same, and we won't be treated like criminals by the friskers when we leave the store."
by shankus December 01, 2004
 
6.
adjective: a thing or situation that sucks and rules, simultaneously

Used to describe a odd combination of feeling pleased, but irritated as well. Note that when a situation suckrules, the two opposing emotions do not cancel each other out, they co-exist.
If the electricity goes off at work, and you have to leave at lunch, you have half the day off, but only half a day's pay. This suckrules.
by shankus November 30, 2004
 
7.
verb: to eat, especially heartily
grubbed: past tense of grub
My stomach's eating my backbone dude, let's stop and grub.

Dude, I left my shades back where we grubbed!
by shankus November 30, 2004