Geocaching term for a cache hidden under an outdoor parking lot sheet metal lighting skirt.
Joe: I can't find the cache at the library parking lot. Fred: It's a skirt lifter. Joe: Oh, I didn't look there.
A combo of Football and Basketball played outdoors where teams ranging from 2 to 5 play. To score a team must get a ball usually a Kickball into the hoop which is a car trunk,the cars are parked across from each other in a parking lot usually 3 to 4 spaces apart depending on number of players. The Name JunkBall Comes from the fact that what ever is in the trunks stays making it harder for the ball to stay in the trunk. If a Ball bounces out it does not count. Checking and pushing is allowed.
"Yo Son the Courts where Packed so we just went to the Parking Lot and played us some JunkBall"
Parking is the act of stopping a vehicle, exiting it, and leaving the vehicle unoccupied for more than a brief time. It is against the law virtually everywhere to park a vehicle in the middle of a highway or road. In all countries where motor vehicles are in common use, specialized parking facilities are routinely constructed in combination with most structures to facilitate the coming and going of the structures' users.more...
Parking facilities include indoor and outdoor private property belonging to a house, the side of the road, a parking lot or car park, and indoor and outdoor multi-level structures.
In the U.S., after the first public parking garage was opened in Boston, May 24, 1898, livery stables in urban centers began to be converted into garages. In cities of the Eastern US, many former livery stables, with lifts for carriages, continue to operate as garages today.
The following terms exemplify regional variations in language. All except ''carport'' refer to outdoor multi-level parking facilities. In some regional dialects, some of these phrases refer also to indoor or single-level facilities.
*''Parking ramp'' (used in some parts of the upper Midwest, especially Minneapolis, but sometimes seen as far east as Toledo, Ohio). In Minneapolis, this term ''never'' refers to an indoor facility; that would be called a ''parking garage''.
*''Multi-storey car park'' (England)
*''Parkade'' (Canada, South Africa)
*''Parking structure'' (W...
Parties that usually center around a group of people who tailgate to a football game (originated in the South). Once there a party, typically, with food (barbeque or grilled) and alcohol, is held in the parking lot.
Recently tailgating parties have begun to take place at other sports games, symphony performances, and nascar races all over the U.S.
"What started out with a few sandwiches and a couple of beers before the game...has evolved the tailgate party into great American sports tradition...
A group of friends can drive to any outdoor setting, park their cars and pull down the tailgates - get out the grills and prepare a feast!" --Chiff.com
A cosmopolitan, international world-class city, with something to offer for everyone.more...
I've seen some of the scariest definitions and ideas about Los Angeles posted by other people, some of whom claim to be from L.A. Let me first say that I am an L.A. native and I've lived the majority of my life here. Like any major city throughout the world, L.A. has it's problems. There are gangs in many areas, the air quality can be bad depending on the day and as we all know our traffic is downright nasty. Here are some points to consider though:
1. L.A. has some of the most amazing restaurants representing some of the most diverse ethnic cuisines from around the world. These restaurants can be found many of L.A.'s traditionally ethnic neighborhoods: Koreatown, Little Ethiopia, Chinatown, Thai Town, J-Town, etc.
2. L.A. has world class museums and galleries: LACMA, MOCA, the Getty Center and Villa, Petersen, Tar Pits, etc.
3. L.A. has an amazingly comprehensive transportation system, both for motorists and its public transit system. Check out a Thomas Guide to see the massive network of streets and freeways and check out www.metro.net to see the major bus and rail operator's network (which by the way is one of many networks throughout the County).
4. L.A.'s incredible geography and topography allows for a plethora of outdoor activities at its doorstep: hiking, biking, snowboarding, surfing, beachgoing, rollerblading, etc.
5. L.A. has one of the most diverse populatio...
A dumb ass way of saying garage that people for some reason think is hip or funny to say.
I parked my car in the garagay but it somehow still got wet from last nights rain.
Arguably, the best venue in the world. Located in Morrison, Colorado It’s a natural outdoor amphitheater surrounded by large red rocks (hence the name). And behind the stage (if you’re far enough back) you get to enjoy a view of the city of Denver and all the surrounding towns. Enjoyed by the public for over a century, graced by the presence of artists such as The Beatles, Jethro Tull, U2 (who’s performance here was one of Rolling Stone’s 50 moments that changed rock n’ roll history), The Greatful Dead, and many other super-awesome people. Lots of famous folks like to use footage from their performances here for DVDs and what-not, because it really is just that great. In the summer you can catch screenings of movies and enjoy seven dollars beers which is why pre-show parking lot madness is always expected/enjoyed. There’s plenty of space and room to dance, not really that great if you’re sitting but you shouldn’t be sitting anyway loser. Probably the only place in Colorado you won’t get kicked out for smoking a cig and pot-smoking is expected (there’s even weed ice cream sometimes). Any and every show you attend will definitely be the best ever and you’ll be looking for the next excuse to go.
__insert name here____ at Red Rocks blew my fucking mind last night!!