a sale at some1's garage selling old junk for only a penny each
I went to a garage sale yesterday and got a beat up bike for only a penny!
a way to show the world how quickly you give up on hobbies
1: this is a nice baseball bat, where did you get it?
2: i used to play but i gave up so now i'm selling it for two cents
When people sell their old/used/worthless things on their front yard at bargain-basement prices. Called such because people often clear stuff out of their garage, put it on their front yard, and decide that instead of throwing it away, they may as well sell it.
If you add a "b" between the "r" and the second "a" in garage sale, you'll see what a garage sale really is.
The act of a skiier wiping out big time. Usually classified by the uncontrolled flailing and loss of poles and skis.
The skiier who thought he was hot shit garage saled big time in the middle of the trail.
n. When people who want to earn an extra buck throw their lameass crap on their front lawn and ask people to buy it for slighty over what they paid it for. These events are usually frequented by old people
, soccer moms
, and cheapskates
Garage sales usually smell like old people and antiques. I didn't even know antigues smelled until I went to a garage sale.
In canoeing, a difficult stretch where the inexperienced frequently capsize.
This term makes more sense applied to canoing where there are boatloads of gear than in skiing where the gear strewn is limited to skiis, poles, and maybe a hat.
We should be at the garage sale rapids before noon.
Usually used in snow skiing or snowboarding. When a rider has a horrible wipe-out with clothing and gear spread all over the slope, looking like a yard sale.
Man! Bob just made a huge yardsale going down the black diamond
Sociological term: A method by which people of the 20th and 21st century transferred unwanted items around from one house to the next.
She bought a pogo stick at a garage sale last Spring and sold it at her own garage sale the next Spring.