erection (of penis)
I cant stand up I have a scone
by Dom October 09, 2003
any sort of hand-held lighter.
Yo man I need to light this blunt pass me the scone.
by michael richie smith January 09, 2011
To call somebody a scone. imply that they are forever alone or socially abrupt. someone who is very awkward. someone who is left out of something, one who is last
In gym the teacher tells everyone to find a partner. everyone picks but one guy is left. So they called him a scone.
by Memeguy May 19, 2013
Verb meaning to go, leave, or escape promptly. Usually issued as a verbal command when either (1) there is a small timeframe available to perform the action, or (2) the speaker has an insatiable urge to perform the action.

Originated from the often quickly pronounced phrase, "Let's go" as its verbal sound resembles the phrase, "Ts'go". This verbal mispronunciation was then matched with its closest sounding counterpart, the word, "Scones". Historians cannot pinpoint the true region where the slang term originated, but some argue it was first used by Amazonian tribal chiefs in the 16th century, when the concept of escaping quickly was essential due to their vulnerability to the harsh jungle environment.

Regardless of its origination, it is a term used around the world, typically by college-age Americans, and has recently been linked to a cure for childhood obesity and testicular cancer.
College bro: "Dude! The bonfire starts in 30 minutes! Scones!"

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College kid 1: "Whoa, is that Dave Matthews?!"
College kid 2: "It is! Hes about to leave on his bicycle!"
College kid 1: "Shit we have to meet him! Scones before its too late!"

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Bro to bro: "Scones mah bones, bro!"

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Black guy in a hurry: "Oh shit da cops, scones! Help me wit dis plasma screen!"

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Asian kid trying to be cool: "Scones man!"
Bro who snowboards a lot: "Dude..."

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The South Carolina government in 1860: "Scones!"

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by Evil Cankles December 01, 2010
A shite male hairstyle favoured originally by English and European footballers in the 1970's and 80's (origin unknown), though the most classic examples can be found in the mid to late 1980's. Essentially the sytle comprises of a type of back permed (usually shortish) mullet. Only the back of the hair is permed and it is these curly parts that are referred to as 'The Scones'. The style maybe referred to solely as a back perm and the length of the scones themselves can vary.

Variations involved a top perm with a closer cropped back and sides, but to refer to these as 'Scones' would be technically incorrect. The word is a derivative of the Australian slang for head scone

Classic examples would cite Kevin Keegan and Chris Waddle but other European examples are available.
"Hey mate is that a home perm? those scones are great!"
by Dr A Bradshaw April 20, 2007
1. a scone is a triangular shaped biscuit usually baked on a pan or cooked on a griddle deriving from the Dutch word 'schoon' meaning light bread from the 17th century or the 1600's

2. source of infinite power normally disguised as a triangular shaped pastry.
1. Scones are yummy!

2. Hail to the scones.
by Sconeboy December 20, 2003
n. any form of currency, and/or relating to money
Have a nice day at the beach you lazy bastard, one of us has to work and bring in the scones!
by Blanodino April 16, 2011
combo of school and own
"Hah, said John, "You got sconed!"
by JaRGoNMAsTeR January 12, 2009

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