1. The condition of someone who's had great sex the night before. Often endured (barely) by coworkers and friends. Always accompanied by a smile nothing will wipe off.
2. Adjective to describe a racecar experiencing severe oversteer or looseness. A loose racecar's back wheels tend to head for the outside of the track in a corner. Hence, the tail is merrily out of control and trying to spin the car out.
1. Bob's girlfriend is back in town. I suppose he'll be tail happy all day long. Makes ya wanna puke, doesn't it?
2. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., is downright tail happy coming out of turn 3. He's gonna slap the wall if he isn't careful.
Auto racing term for a ball of rubber on the track that has come off of a tire. Usually used in the plural. Multiple marbles take over entire racing lanes on the outside of normal racing grooves or lanes. Marbles decrease grip, causing cars to crash in corners. Drivers compare driving on marbles to driving on ice.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., has been making great time on the high side. But that was too high. He got up into the marbles and slapped the wall.
The act of leaving a difficult or boring situation. Usually uttered by stoners on sofas, the word dates from at least the 1970s. More a negotiation stance than a command, a fleeg utterance rarely results in immediate action.
The test pattern is killing me. Let's fleeg this popstand.
But McHale's Navy is coming on. We'll fleeg later, man.