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17 definitions by slammer111

A place/girl where many trains pass through.
California girl A: I had 10 boyfriends last month.
California girl B: Oh yeah? I had 12 boyfriends last month!
Ted: *looks at them* Both of you are train stations. Gross!
by slammer111 July 09, 2009
A racial slang, used by Hong Kong people or Hongers used to describe white people. A literal translation of the Cantonese term "bak guei".
Look at that white ghost dance.
by slammer111 April 09, 2006
Acronym that stands for Stuff Your Face And Get Out. Can be written in upper or lower case.

Pronounced such that it rhymes with "Chicago".

Used to describe an event where you couldn't care less about the ambience, other guests, or cause. You may have been dragged here against your will. In any case, you might as well load up on the free food/liquor at this event while dropping all etiquette and table manners, since you won't ever see any of these people again. Nor do you care if you might run into them in the future.
Ed never kept in touch with anyone in his grad class, so the 10-year reunion was a strictly syfago event.

When that fat chick invited me over so she could cook me dinner, I syfagoed. Free food ftw!

James syfagoed his wife's Poker Club Christmas dinner.
by slammer111 July 08, 2009
A racial slang, used by Hong Kong people or Hongers used to describe black people or niggas. A literal translation of the Cantonese term "huck guei".
Look at the black ghost trying to steal a car over there.
by slammer111 April 09, 2006
Dining where the word "value" cannot be used in any meaningful way.

Often done by yuppies who think throwing money away on bite-sized entrees is the definition of class, or those who think that being seen in such establishments will get them the woman/man of their dreams, or a large promotion at work.

Douche dining may be done by the truly wealthy aka 1%, but unfortunately the majority are those who also wear fake LV purses (or simply Coach).

Douche dining checklist:
1) The name of the restaurant contains the name of some celebrity chef.
2) The place has some kind of dress code. No jeans and runners here.
3) The waitresses and half the female customers wobble when walking in their high-heels.
4) The inside of the establishment is painted black, and/and the lighting is so dim you can barely read the menu.
5) Each dish is smaller than a softball, and contains some ingredients you've never heard of, from some part of the world you've also never heard of. Extra points if the ingredient comes from an endangered animal or plant.
6) Each dish is completely covered with the chef's fingerprints.
7) The final bill is over $40 after drinks, taxes, and tips. Bonus points if you break $80 a head.
8) You leave hungry, and seriously consider picking up a Big Mac or Whopper on the way home.

If all conditions were met, you have just officially douche dined. Congratulations, you are officially a douche. Frame that receipt. We have a winner!
The receptionist seems to be doing a lot of douche dining recently. Guess the boss really likes her performance in bed.

Diana was all about the douche dining, even though she had never cracked $12 an hour in her life. Now if only she could find a rich husband..

For some, the desire to douche dine for 10 years outweighs the ability to purchase a future dwelling in the next 20 years.

See that girl over there? She doesn't even know which fork to use first. I hope her date at least gets some poon out of the deal.

Irene celebrated her pay day with a weekend of douche dining, followed by 2 weeks of living on food stamps.
by Slammer111 October 17, 2013
The exorbitant fee associated with temporarily insuring a motor vehicle, which costs a whole lot more per day than buying a month's worth or year's worth of insurance.
Ted couldn't afford the insurance ransom for his motorcycle, so he spent the day drinking beer in his underwear instead.
by Slammer111 December 21, 2013
Acronym for "Same Question Different Interview". Pronounced "squiddy".

Represents the same (sometimes retarded) questions that some job applicants repeatedly encounter, by hiring managers who think they're being original.

Frequently encountered by anyone who either has a gap in their resume, or is trying to switch career fields or roles. Also encountered more during a recession.
Manager: So.. what did you do last year? *points to gap in resume*
Ted: My industry was laying people off and nobody could get a job.
Manager: Oh I see.. so, why are you applying for this position? It's different from your last job and you don't have the right experience..
Ted: *facepalm* (SQDI again!? Are you kidding me!? 5th time this month..)
by Slammer111 July 27, 2010