To take something from someone or swoop their spot in line in an unfriendly manner. Sometimes refers to the game spondoolee in which when someone seizes an object from someone else it then becomes said person's possession. E.g. If someone were to take the $20 bill you were holding out of your hand it would then be theres with no rebuttle. Such spondooleeage as the spondooleing of car keys or a cellular telephone can be bought back for a minimal fee of usually $20-$30.
J said to Leslie spondoolee as he seized his wallet in the line at McDonalds. J is now banking and Leslie will have to spondoolee someone else if he wants to get a McCheeseburger and show up that McAsshole J.
by Dillon Butvin April 25, 2007