A game invented in Youngstown, Ohio by YSU college students at 826 Pennsylvania Ave. The game was invented in August of 2008. The game is played with as many players that you can fit. A row of cups are set along the side of the table on each side, each cup is filled with a "beverage" and has a player behind it. A triangle consisting of 6 cups is set at each end of the table. The cups are filled with a "beverage". There is one shooter on each end of the table with a ping pong ball. The team to the shooter's right is that shooter's team. The shooter gets one shot to make one of the cups in the triangle. If a cup is made, a game of flip-cup is started from that end of the table, with the game moving toward the shooter who made the cup. If the shooters team wins, the cup goes away. If the shooters team looses the cup stays. The game is played until all of the cups in the triangle are gone. It’s a great game where everyone plays a part opposed to the regular game of beer pong where 2-4 players are only involved.
Friend- "dude we're like 30th on the list of beer pong!?"
by MoneyWilkens May 21, 2009
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A good reason to kill the Olsen twins (mostly in later seasons).
Full House rocked, but as the character of Michelle got older, I began to sharpen my knives.
by yaintime21 May 26, 2008
1. Early 90s show focused on family values and homosexuality.
2. Doing a Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Collier simultaneously.
I've done 3 full houses this week.
by L. Roman July 16, 2006
A good tv show with hundreds of heart warming moments . . . and they are not gay . . . just losers
Full House rocks!
by 6 5 6 2 April 29, 2004
ONLY LIKE THE BEST SHOW EVER MADE!! By the way, did you know dj stands for Donna Jo?
OMG full house is on I have to stop having sex
by Martha and Lemon February 19, 2005
1. A TV show series created by Jeff Franklin about a morning talk show host, Danny Tanner, raising his three girls: DJ, Stephanie, and Michelle, and living with his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis and Joey Gladstone. Together they go through good and rough times like a normal family, a moral usually being displayed throughout each show. The show began in 1987, although they stopped making new shoes in 1995 due to the costs of each show.
** The show stars Bob Saget, John Stamos, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Lori Loughlin.

2. In select card games, a 'full house' is also referred to as having five cards (total) which contain three cards of the same suit, and two cards of the same suit.
I love watching the show "Full House" on Nick at Nite!
Jesse Katsopolis is so sexy in "Full House"!
by Mr. Arcia November 03, 2006
A sitcom airing on ABC from 1988 to 1995. The sitcom starred Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, a San Francisco widowed father of 3 who gets help raising his daughters from his brother-in-law Jessie (John Stamos) and best friend Joey (Dave Coulier). As the show progresses more characters are added who eventually live with the Tanners. John Stamos' character, Jessie Kotsopolous married Rebecca Donaldson in season 4 and they move into the attic. They had twin sons in the last 2 seasons. For some reason the central character Danny Tanner, never remarried when the show was cancelled.
Full House was one of those popular sitcoms that orginiated in the 1980s and tv has reached its lowest ebb since sitcoms from that era were cancelled.
by krock1dk August 17, 2007
The act of "occupying" every hole on a woman's body during sex with multiple partners.

Also, a crappy show from the early '90s starring Bob "America's Funniest Home Videos" Saget.
"Dude can I get in on the action with you guys and Jan?"
"Sorry man, theres 4 of us. It's a full house tonight!"
by weekend at bernie mac's May 30, 2004
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