To wander aimlessly for the giddy thrill. For background information read Jack Kerouac's "On The Road." Often done while singing "Four Dead in Ohio" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young or "Proud Mary" by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
I bored, so I went on a kerouac.

We went keouacing last night.
by Harold Hupmobile January 07, 2006
An interpretation of the classic Martini drink thought to be popularized by the post-beat modernist movement. A Kerouac, in traditional form, is 15 parts vermouth with a cold splash of Gin. Kerouac himself was known to "pour a cold glass of Vermouth while glancing at a bottle of gin."
"Are you serious?...Wow...OK, one Kerouac...comin' up."
by Harvey Bennet March 29, 2010

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