The time one spends at home with friends and massive quantities of alcohol. This is usually preceded by a hurricane which one did not evacuate from. Usually accompanied by a lack of electrical power. Good times.
Heather, "Ok, so we have two cases of Corona, two cases of Lone Star and a few bottles of wine, will that be enough for our hurrication?"
Lisa, "Yeah, that should be enough, however we don't have any ice, water, batteries or candles. We'll be great."
word of the day: September 09, 2008
Evacuation from a major hurricane turned into a short holiday.
During Hurricane Katrina we took a hurrication in Jacksonville until it blew through.
The days that students from TAMUCC didn't have class because of a hurricane that didn't show up.
During my "hurrication " I went to Six Flags and had a good time!
When you are so used to evacuating for a hurricane that never comes that you use the event as an excuse for a vacation or as a "Hurri-cation"
My family looks forward to evacuating during hurricane season every year so we can plan our "Hurri-cation."
Similar to staycation; when you can't travel or go to work because of a hurricane and are forced to stay at home, relaxing and feeling happy that you don't have to go to work
A: Hey dude, how are you coping with this terrible hurricane?
B: It's a drag that the trains and buses aren't running, but the good news is that I can't go to work! I'm spending my hurrication sleeping, eating and drinking everything I have.
Vacation resulting from a hurricane or a tropical storm. Mostly applicable to Floridians.
Thank God for Katrina! No school! Hurrication! WEWT! (Even better cuz Katrina sucked ass, and we got to go to the movies!!)
The temporary but much longer than expected amount of time spent away from home by New Orleans residents immediately following hurricane Katrina.
I went to Little Rock, arkansas for hurrication