1. A quick and witty negative response to a potential suitors advances. Typically given at a bar, party, or any popular hangout spot of single people.
2. A negative rebuttal to a "Pick-up line" which gives the pick up artist a clear cut sign that their attempts to woo a mate will be unsuccessful. Typically results in lower self-esteem on the part of the advancer.
Guy 1: I don't understand, I gave her my best Pick-Up line!
Guy 2: What did you say?
Guy 1: "Your place or mine?"
Guy 2: How'd that go for ya?
Guy 1: She said "Both, you go to yours, and I'll go to mine"
Guy 2: Damn man, that's your Pack-Up line, time to pack up and find a new girl, because that one isn't going anywhere.
|2.||Going to the line|
To go to the county line where alcohol can be found, commonly used in Arkansas, due to the large amount of "Dry counties" where you cannot buy liquor.
"Hey man, while you're out, can you pick me up a 30 pack?"
"Sure, i'm going to the line anyways."
One righteously kick ass car that was produced by the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp. between 1968 and 1971. The Super Bee, part of Dodge's "Scat Pack" performance line-up of cars, was from 68' to 70' basically a Dodge Coronet with a high performance engine, hood and or quarter panel scoops (69' only) and a mesmerizing bumblebee stripe and racing bee emblems. The base engine was the 383 Magnum, but it could be ordered with the awesome 426 Hemi, or the 440 6-pack option in 1969. The last year of production, the Super Bee package was switched from the Coronet platform to that of the Charger. To this day, the car continues to hold great sway and mystique over the minds and hearts of many. As of today, Sept 30, 2004, a Hemi equipped Super Bee in showroom condition can sell for 80 thousand dollars or more depending on the specific options of the car.
Wow !....did you see that! That 440 6-pack Super Bee just blew the doors off that rat motor Camaro.
An effective marketing campaign that Dodge used in the late 60's and early 70's to promote their line-up of performance optioned cars. Most notably the Super Bee, Charger R/T, Coronet R/T, and the Dart GTS or Swinger. These cars were readily identifyable by the "bumblebee" stripe wrapped around the back end of the car.
The Scat Pack cars by Dodge were swweeeet....
A perverse yet clever pickup line or hard line to attempt picking up chicks from a love docter with a PHD. in love certified in loveoligy a general harassitioner, and sexocologist.
Church: could we move her onto one of those on board computers?
Tex: if we set up a hard line, yeah I bet we could do it
Tucker: CHURCH WAIT! CHURCH HOLD ON A SECOND i GOT SOMETHING TO TELL YOU!
Church: Tucker what? What is it?
Tucker: I just wanted to say I got a hard line tex can use bowchickabowow
A small middle class bedroom community located in the north/central section of Massachusetts on the New Hampshire/Massachusetts border. The town's public school system and athletic programs are remarkably mediocre. So, many families from Townsend with money or ambition send their children to one of the many local private schools (St. Bernards, Bishop Guertin, Cushing Academy, Groton School, Lawrence Academy) rather than Townsend's public high school, North Middlesex Regional. Most kids who do end up attending North Middlesex Regioanl are rednecks or stoners who love to smoke blunts and Marlboro Lights, drink Budweiser (probably bought at State Line in NH), use racial stereotypes, and suck at sports. Other than high school football games and substance abuse, Townsend has nothing to do. If you want to do anything else you have to travel to a surrounding community (Fitchburg, Pepperell, Groton, Leominster, Nashua, Lowell). These factors result in a serious lack of civic pride in Townsend.
The demographics of Townsend are very homogeneous as most of the town's population is comprised of white christians.
The town historically votes Republican.
I used to live in Townsend, Massachusetts. Here's an example of a conversation I might have heard in high school...
Townsend Kid 1: Dude I heard there's a kegger in
Townsend Kid 2: Yeah, let's go pick up weed in Pepperell, rip a few bowls, park at the high school, and then head over.
Townsend Kid 1: I hope only white kids are there.
Townsend Kid 2: Of course!
A low end package store in located in East Hartford, Connecticut, just across the Glastonbury town line.
Known for selling alcohol past the expiration date.
Then again, the Dubra and Natural Ice is always fresh, and thats really all that matters.
On any given day, there is about $375 worth of alcohol in G-Bury bought from, The Easty.
Jeb- "Bro im making an Easty run, u need anything?"
Jive-"Dude, you know me, get me a sixer of Natty Ice."