1.Being a russian. Specifically a nickname of sorts. Usually said as an insult. Named for the fact of which vodka was invented by russians. Vodka is made out of potatoes jsyk! Mainly stated for the purpose of hurting the "tater", but instead is possibly amusing to the victim of this name.
Tater-hater: "Hey, did u guys soo those taters driving by? They so eat a lot of potatoes (if you know what i mean)"
Tater-hater2: "Hell yea, i can hear the music that was playing too, ahh those taters...good times, good times."
PO-TA-TOES, boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew. Lovely, big, golden chips, w/a nice piece of fried fish.
Even you couldn't say no to that.
OH yes we could. Ruins a good fish. Give it to us raw, and wrrrrigggling.
Hey yuns grab me suma them thur tater chips and a beer!
a potato or potatoes.
i feel like eating taters
Originally meaning potato, also commonly used as a nickname, esp. for children, small animals or something cute.
Bit of a redneck equivalent of the French word 'chou'.
Kid: Mom, I'm hungry.
Mother: OK Tater, I'll make you a sandwich.
One who is a fan of the Clemson Tigers. Originally an agricultural school, "tater" has become a nickname for anyone who goes to the school or supports its team.
Carolina Fan: "Did you see them damn taters in town today?"
Carolina fan 2: "Yep, they were missing their front teeth."
A fat joint.
Hey, lets roll a big 'ol tater.
A nude picture, usually sent via text message, of someone you really don't want to see naked. Usually the person sending these messages is oblivious and just sends them for the hell of it.
Orin told me I've got a tater coming today, I need to watch my phone like a hawk so I can delete it in time.