Verb. To make an already strange/creepy/outrageous situation much more so. From Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. After Ving Rhames and Bruce Willis were captured at the pawn shop; the two crackers brought out a ball-gagged, leather-clad prisoner--and things got really wierd.

Past tense: Brought out the gimp.
Things were already pretty fucked-up at Abu Ghraib, but then Grainer and England decided to bring out the gimp by arranging a naked man pile.
by ChipSlap January 17, 2007
6 Words related to bring out the gimp
From the film pulp fiction. Meaning to bring out the gimp. A leather clad sex slave.
But the gimps sleeping!!
by badboy G July 18, 2004

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