A game of two players, a ball, preferably a round ball (e.g. football) and a road with to curbs on either side. One pler stands on one side of the road and the other stands on the other, the person with the ball throws it aiming to hit the curb on the other side for it to bounce back at them. If this occurs this player recieves a certain amount to points (e.g. 20) then this player moves into the center of the road and aims for the curb again, points are reieved for this again if the player hits the curb from this postition. If the player with the ball misses the curb and the ball goes to the other player, that player must throw the ball his/her oponent before he/she gets back to their side of the road. If the oponent is hit by the ball, the other player recieves all their points, but if that player decides he/she cannot hit his/her openent they then keeps the ball and they have to then throw the ball at the curb across the road. The winner is whoever gets to the target point mark.
Hey man, fancy a game of curby?
by Tales September 24, 2005
the very best person you'll ever meet. she is purely the definition of love. she is your definition of love. when you see her all you want to do is hug her and never let go. she may seem like she wears her heart on her selves but really she has so many layers that it seems she'll never stop surprising you. you are absolutely crazy if you dont love your Curby W. with all your heart. she is kind, loving, caring, compassionate, creative, artistic, funny, has the best laugh, clumsy, gorgeous beyond belief, makes her own theme music, and will rock your world. turn everything you once thought was good into seeming so average that it just couldn't be true. you love her more than you could ever describe in this paragraph.
i saw Curby walking in the hall and i was so proud to say "see her, she's my best friend"
by LforLurby January 09, 2011
A name used to describe a group of people that paints address numbers on curbs. This is typically a fund-raising function for various beneficial organizations designed to teach young people rudimentary business skills while raising money for their group. Curbies rely on the good nature of the American resident for their success. "This is an important service as Police, Fire and Emergency Services look first to the resident's curb for their homes."
There were many curbies in California at one time, sadly,their numbers are decreasing along with the corresponding loss of civil liberties in America.
by Shmedley July 05, 2006