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
Can you define these popular missing words?