|1.||Several Joint Liability|
November 25, 2012 Urban Word of the Day
When a party is liable for all of the damage incurred by a third party after becoming excessively high on marijuana.
Jake decided to smoke a pack of joints, and, as all stoners do when they get high, he took a baseball bat to every car window on his block. Jake will be liable for the damage under the Several Joint Liability doctrine introduced by Justice Holmes in the landmark case Marley v. Jane.
n 1. A permanent white mark, generally upon one's head, that indicates the status of "leader of ritual sacrifices" in a literary cult.
v 2. To create the white mark refered to in definition 1.
v 3. To inflict a meaningless white mark upon another's head.
v 4. To beat someone over the head with a coconut until their head turns white.
1. I thought that Sheila was a normal girl, until I spotted the whitehead she kept covered under her bandana.
2. As Silvia cast the sacrificial goat into the fiery volcano, the chief of the Hawthorne Literary Cult whiteheaded her.
3. Badfield, the most rowdy child in Mrs. Lit's first grade class, was known for rubbing chalk dust over his hands, and then whiteheading other children.
4. Sweety and Tweety became so sick of each other after being stuck on a deserted island together for seventy-three years that they whiteheaded each other, and were jubilant all the while.