Losers
Even
After
Forty
Seasons

LEAFS.
Q: Why don't the Maple Leafs drink tea?
A: Because the Canadiens have all the cups.
by b-92 May 14, 2009
marijuana: Pot, reefer
roll us up some of that leaf. Pretty soon we'll be down to seeds and stems again.
by Anonymous November 08, 2002
1. A usually green, flattened, lateral structure attached to a stem and functioning as a principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in most plants.

2. A leaflike organ or structure.

3. A hinged or removable section for a table top.

4. A person who enjoys butt secks.

5. Beloved counterpart to Branch.

6. A person who possesses extraordinary graceful and lithe characteristics.

7. A girl who is forced to cook dinner every night for her family.
Random Person 1: Oh my God, seriously, Leaf should have her own cooking show!

Random Person 2: Wtf? There's bloodclots in her porkchops.
by Branch June 07, 2006
verb meaning 'to give up a big lead and lose at the last moment', as the Toronto Maple Leafs did against the Boston Bruins in game 7 in the first round of the 2012/2013 NHL Playoffs.
"The Halifax Mooseheads nearly leafed the 2013 CHL Memorial Cup final, but managed to hang on for the win."
by MarkAdamHFX May 27, 2013
To break a minor commitment, usually relating to attending a social gathering.
John was supposed to come to the party, but then he called and leafed.
by never-will-i-leaf October 08, 2011
a person who choose the teams he's a fans of by the prevailing wind of who most likely to win the next championship. these fans are mostly in the NFC, Hence one year their a forty niner, the next a cowboy then green bay and so on and so
Boy Andre was a Pats fan last year now he's crowing about the saints.
yep he is nothing but a leaf!
by DARTH STEELER November 20, 2013
Money (at least where im from)
A: yo, dude i need some leaf
B: ok but no more!
A: Aight, cheers man
by SpiderFlo July 23, 2006

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