15 definitions by tomte

Top Definition
I am about to kick your ass six ways from Saturday.

Etymology: from the Warner Bros. cartoon character Hassan, a generic Middle Eastern grunt constantly about to cleave Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck in twain.
You dared drink my last apple beer?! HASSAAAAAN CHOP!
by tomte June 06, 2004
The sweet sound of cash. Usually associated with making (or spending) a windfall.

Etymology: from the sound an old-fashioned cash register makes when the cash drawer slides open.
I'm playing the ponies with my Social Security check. Kaching!
by tomte May 19, 2004
A fountain drink composed of multiple random shots of soda from a self-service soda fountain. Due to the inherently chaotic nature of the drink's creation, no two kamikaze drinks are ever the same. Also called a suicide, since you take your life in your own hands when you make this drink.

Etymology: Named after the Japanese suicide pilots of WWII.
I'm going to the 7-11 to get a kamikaze. Want to be my designated driver?
by tomte May 19, 2004
Uproar, hubbub, general noise and confusion.
Aged butler: What's all this brouhaha?
Nick Danger: Brouhaha? Hahaha.
Aged butler: Hahahaha...
Nick Danger: HAHAHAHAHAHA...
Aged butler: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
*SLAM*
Nick Danger: Wait... wait a minute!

from the album "How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All" by The Firesign Theater
by tomte May 19, 2004
The Canadian Aureate $1 coin, so named because of the Common Loon engraved on the reverse side (not, as sometimes reported, because of the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse).

The use of the word "Looney" to refer to the dollar coin is quite prevalent in Canada. Canadian dollar stores are quite often called Looney-Twoney stores, for example.
You can't use Looneys to pay bridge tolls in the U.S., more's the pity
by tomte October 16, 2007
The state of being hopelessly bewildered and highly amused at the same time. Other forms include dimstisfy (v.), dimstisfying (adj.), dimstisfies (v.), dimstisfication (n.), etc.

Etymology: Derived from an Engrish business reply card from Korea, which offered three levels of "satisfaction with this product": Satisfied, Natural (Neutral) , and Dimstisfied (Dissatisfied).
Have you been out to wingmusic.co.nz? I am completely dimstisfied by that woman's voice.
by tomte May 18, 2004
The sound of Howard Dean derailing his own presidential bid.
"We're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico. We're going to California and Texas and New York! Yeeeeaaaaaaaahhhhh!!!"
by tomte June 06, 2004

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