A South Dakotan town in which there are more cows than people, and more pickup trucks than modern haircuts. Shortened as, "Bkx"
"I can't git those steel toe cowboy boots anywhere but in Brookings!"
by Chelsmeh February 19, 2009
A form of entertainment similar to cow tipping. It involves walking along a small creek with an unwitting companion, who is then shoved headlong into the drink. There seems to be an entire think tank devoted to the subtle art named The Brookings Institution. Visitors from Urban neighborhoods are often subjected to this chilling dip.
Janice could not wait to make out with James, but before they could get to the boathouse, he had brooked her. It was her first brooking. They say you never forget your first one.
by Pantaloon January 07, 2008
A nothing town on the Southern Oregon coast. A place where the retired rule, the young are bored and you either move away when you are 18, or you live there forever in lameness.
Man, you're still in Brookings? Well, was nice knowin' ya.
by QuestionMarc October 15, 2008
Self stimulation of the gentitals.
Brooking is self stimulation.
by Braedan April 19, 2006
Hell. A small coastal town full of old people, conservatives, rich assholes, bored teens, and meth. They all converge at the one and only Fred Meyer's.
"Brookings is hell."
by fadedrunes October 13, 2008
A modern day adaptation of a primitive social ritual in which a female will become intoxicated and adorn herself provocatively with clay beads, facepaint and animal furs and proceed to mate with myriad males, dwarf males and in some cultures Cercopithecidae in an attempt to gain the attention and approval of the rest of the tribe or "Frat" as it is sometimes called in modern day practice. A female who is Brooking is also prone to engaging in other attention seeking behaviors and is likely to suffer from "Irritating Stuck-Up Bitch Syndrome" as defined by Karl Von Cuntenheimer in his 1864 volume "Thou Reeky Rampallian Harpy!: an analysis of the common soror."
Shall we go Brooking tonight?
by Wilkenshire June 12, 2011