Malpyu sometimes pronounced "mahalpyu" is a word derived from 21st century American English. It is commonly used in a very specific local dialect spoken at the Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal C, C-1 Concourse food court Mcdonalds. It is commonly used by front line hamburger brokers to indicate readiness to negotiate a fast food - money exchange. It is commonly followed by a rolling of the eyes and a facial expression that communictes their utter irritation and disgust by your patronage.
when you go to Mcdonalds to get a quick burger and fries, you discover that there really isn't any defined line so you stand in a sea of travelers and flight crew. you are listening for "MALPYU" to indicate it is now your turn to order your lunch.
by cvar March 26, 2010