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A vernacular expression used by New York Metro inhabitants to refer to Long Island, NY.
Hey yo, you goin' out to The Island tonight?
by Mark Kessel January 19, 2008
The Island is a place located beside Clarence Dock widely known as a teenage drinking hotspot.
Teenagers from the Corn Exchange walk down to Tesco, get the cheap cider, go to the island, get absolutely shitfaced, go to the train station, go home.

Leeds. Royal Armouries.
Text 2: Down the island
Text 3: Kk cya soon.
by Cheeze1994 October 03, 2009
1. A place were people are forced to live when they know too much. Seen in The Simpsons.

2. An action movie that takes place in circa 2018 AD, where clones of people in the real world think they are survivors of a biochemical holocaust, but are really are used to provide spare organs and body parts for the originals in the real world.
1. Homer is sent to The Island because he knows that flu shots are mind-controlling devices.

2. Lopez Three Alpha thought she was going to be sent to The Island, only to find out they just needed to rip out an ovary for her master client.
by Jordan Two Delta January 29, 2006
The Island is a procedure in which one places extreme amounts of toilet paper into the toilet. Using at least a half roll, this will cause all of the water in the toilet to be absorbed by the toilet paper. The islander then poops on top of the pile of toilet paper.
Dude, the host at this party is a major douche. You should give him the island.
by cornbeef0007 January 20, 2012
Its when u take a shit in the toilet and shit so much that the pile of love is above sea level.
I just got back from making the island
by Da 808 Skater April 28, 2010
A place of work that self-generates a delusional belief that it contributes much more to benefit the society at large than what it actually does. In fact, the company’s delusion can be so grand in some instances, that it actually believes it defines society through it’s own warped lens of the world!

These beliefs are perpetually broadcast to workers through a relentless stream of propaganda communications.

The Island has it’s own special language that one must learn and speak, yet this language has no meaning outside of the confines of the company. It also has invisible geographic boundaries where, once crossed, workers will change their behaviour and demeanour.

Its workers must be prepared to modify their sense of self to comply with company culture. Workers also get measured routinely on their beliefs, thoughts and values to ensure it meets the political idealism of the company - which is usually to preserve the wealth and status of the upper class, suppress and control middle classes and provide unreachable dreams and hope for lower class citizens.

Workers that are not compliant with their beliefs and thoughts are quickly marginalised and chastised by management and often labeled as a ‘bad egg’, or even by quasi-psychological management terms such as ‘rebellious child’. Most workers, however, passively comply and will shuffle along each week and perform their duties like clockwork. They then wonder, many years later, why they feel something is missing from their soul.

John: I saw a webcast today that our company has worked out the trap all of the worlds fresh drinkable water and control its flow across the world. Those poor farmers going through drought won’t suffer anymore. Isn’t that amazing?

Jenny: No…it’s not John…it’s fucken disgusting…it’s the evil work of the Island…are you fucken stupid mate!
by Towball August 31, 2014
The Island is a term used to secretly tell your boys the girl youre hanging with is handing down some sweet domecile which is a derivation of dome. Coined by the same man who brought you beejanese, this was changed to Bayjo which was a derivation of beej. From then it moved into the Isle of Bayjo and the finally shortened to The Island
Dude last night, seriously...the island.
by John Lockjaw aka JLJ aka Mr X January 18, 2008
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