When a girl is giving a guy head and jerking two guys off at once. Dervied from a skiing term, because a face plant during alpine skiing is called a yardsale. So when the girl is skiing
(jerking two guys off at once) and falls down on the third guy's cock, its called a yardsale.
That gang bang really got crazy last night when we yard saled that bitch.
In lacrosse, one player stick-checks another, knocking his stick out of his hand. Usually followed up by a loud chorus of "YARD SALE!!!" or "Hey, how much for that stick?"
Player: "Dude, did you see that guy get Yard Saled?"
Player 1: "That guy just got wrecked!"
Player 2" "Hey, #43, how much for that stick?"
A phrase used to describe an especially fun event, such as parties, dances, or general merrymaking.
Jim: Dude, last night was a total yard sale. I've never had that much in my entire life.
When a skier bails hard on a ski hill and all of their gear goes fling thru the air and lands as if it were a yard sale.
Dude check it out that ski bunny is having a yard sale.
, and/or broken, discarded items ranging from bathroom
shower curtain rings, to under-stuffed chairs with oily stains and animal hair, for sale. Items are displayed on blankets and folding tables inside of a garage
, or on the driveway, and across the lawn. Common identifiers of a "yard sale" are lines of cars (old and new) parked with two wheels sinking into a neighbors' grass and women, usually in pairs, with big butts and wiggly arms, grabbing everything marked 50 cents. Cardboard signs directing drivers to the sale are seen for years after.
1. I answered the door and there was Judy from down the street. "Our street is having a multi-family yard sale, would you like to chip in for a newspaper ad?" said, Judy.
2. I bought my mattress at a yard sale and sprayed it with disinfectant.
Similar to a flea market but limited to surburban residential districts. Useless or unwanted items given away at ridiculously low prices, only to be desired and wanted back once they've been sold off
"I bought some great old TV Guides at the Smiths' yard sale Saturday."
An alibi often used to explain the origin of petty contraband. Often works because it is nearly impossible to disprove, plausible, and usually absolves the owner of guilt.
Officer: Son, mind explaining where you got those milk crates with 'Property of Milk Company' written on them?
Dude: Yard sale.