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Misspelling of Double Nickel. Can refer to Interstate Highway 55 or to a 55-mph speed limit.
"Thank god they raised the speed limit on the bypass from 55 to 65; that double nickle limit was making folks take the long way around."

"Ah, ten-four, Pig Pen, what's your twenty? Australia? Mercy sakes, ain't nothin' down there but Tasmanian devils and them Q-alla bears. What's that? No double-nickel limit? We gonna be there in a short, Pig Pen."
-C.W. McCall, "Round the World With the Rubber Duck"
by Alf112 December 26, 2006
A production (typically movie) with sub-standard content then worsened exponentially by the inclusion of low-quality actors or musical tracks. Originates from the notion that the worst movie possible would both star Nicolas Cage and feature a soundtrack entirely by Nickleback. Hence the "double-nickle" origin.
Although attaining a cult following, The Room has remained one of the greatest double-nickle productions of our time.
by MillennialJargon December 04, 2015
Chicago area nickname for an interstate on the city's south side (I-55). The term is derived from the double 5's in the name. It originated as trucker slang and is sometimes used by others.
The double nickle is so full of potholes I nearly wrecked my car.
by smartypants October 07, 2004

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