(Ha - lay - tz): Originated in Flood 36 at Barry University. This word comes from the Spanish word jalado, which means drunk. We have taken the advice of El Caballo, and made the word mean a state of mind, a description, a moment.
Not only can one get halates, but one can describe the actions on takes while being halates as halates...for example, building a slip and slide off a dock while halates seemed like a good idea.
by HalatesGuy September 05, 2007

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