A colloquialism in the north west of England, offering a variation in terms of usage and meaning in the term "Jockey". The new slang implies that a person "Jockeys" something in order to control or manouver an item or challenge. For example the term has been used in the following context:
"I cant jockey it" - Michael Mcangry
A Jockey is a zombie in Left 4 Dead 2 that looks like Gollum on steroids with big ass-hands. He jumps on you and steers you unceremoniously into a WHOLE FUCKING HORDE of Zombies! Pain in my ass.
the Jockey jumped on Coach and tried to get him killed by a bunch of Zombies but Coach said , "No fucking way" and blew its head off the end.
A girl who rides cock in a very fast, jarring motion akin to that of a horse jockey rapidly oscillating on the back of a steed with hooves pumping into the earth causing a tempestuous rumble in the bowels of the earth.
This is known to cause more pain than pleasure.
Jockeys are often found in their natural environment of a party bus for freshman birthday parties.
Person 1: "Damn, Erin went all jockey on Luke last night on the party bus huh?"
Person 2: "Yeah shit that had to have been painful for him... it didn't even look fun!"
To allow yourself to be raped by a winger on FIFA 12
I was trying to jockey Aaron Lennon with Titus Bramble, he raped me then scored.
Abbreviation of "Nob Jockey". See also: Jock
Oi, look at that Jockey!
A racial slur used to define a person with negroid traits i.e. Dark skin, big lips,, nappy hair. It ids mostly used in the presence of negros ao that one will not be thought of as a racist.
Damn man, look at all these jockeys in line at the food stamp office.
A person required to operate simple equipment or machinery as part of a menial job. A great put-down when accompanied by the name of the item they're forced to use every day.
Used creatively the term monkey
is another fine contender for the same role.
Wesley: "Sean tried to tell us he was the office's Commercial Manager, but it turned out he just makes tea."
Aaron: "What a jumped-up kettle jockey!"
Paula: "I'm forty years old and you're demoting my role to checkout jockey?"
Store Manager: "Yup. Close the door on your way out."