Padiddle is game playd while driving in a car. The first person to spot a car with only one headlight working screams padiddle then everyone hits the roof of the car. The last one to hit the roof of the car must take of a item of clothing. Shoes, jewerly, socks, belts do not count. You may add another type or color of cars such as yellow cars or Xterr's. This makes the game more interresting and more intense.
Car: driving down road w/ one headlight
Driver: yells padiddle then hits the roof
Player that hits roof last: gosh-darn-it, now i got to take off some clothes
by Crater March 07, 2006
in texas
when upon seeing a license plate not from texas or a headlight out, everyone must hit the roof of the car and say PADIDDLE!
the last person to hit the roof must remove a piece of clothing

shoes count as one item
socks count as one item

hoodies and sweaters are allowed
accessories dont count buddy

when a person is naked the game is over
Justyn: Padiddle!
Trevor: Padiddle!
Karen: Padiddle!
Tanner: Padiddle!

Tanner: Ha, get ready to see my big o' meat!
by John Long Shlong June 08, 2009
Since the basis of the term is from an old car game that involves the first person yelling out PADIDDLE when they see it car with only one headlight lit, this become a VERY rude way to describe a person with only one eye.
This guy looked like Sammy Davis Jr. I couldn't tell whether the friggin' padiddle was looking at me or not??
by Hyde43 December 29, 2005
Used to be the word referring to a car missing a headlight,

now it's the word for an unmarked copcar.

Keep your eyes out for padiddle.
Person 1: Padiddle

Person 2: Put the joint down.
by PlugnChug69 March 22, 2009
Game which you play while driving in the car, if you see a car with a headlight out you say "PADIDDLE" and hit the ceiling, the last one to hit the ceiling and say "PADIDDLE" there gender needs to take off a peice of clothing.
1. Fog lights do not count
2. Dim lights do not count
3. Always boys against girls
4. Say there are 4 guys and 2 girls, if both girls hit the ceiling before all the boys the boys all must take off a peice of clothing, same with the girls, if the boys all hit the ceiling before both the girls, both girls have to take off a peice of clothing.
5. If you call a padiddle and there isnt one everyone in your gender must take off a peice of clothing
6. If you call a padiddle on a motorcycle; automatically naked
7. If both the headlight and the orange light below it are out that is two peices of clothing
8. Shoes count as one peice of clothing
9. Socks count as one peice of clothing
10. Accessories do NOT count
11. Coats and hoodies DO count
12. Drivers play too

Trevor:Shit i was the last one to say padiddle so noe me and Cody both have to take of a peice of clothing
by sbtrarbf January 26, 2008
In Nebraska, you play padiddle by getting a bunch of people in a car and driving around until you see a yellow light. Upon seeing a yellow light, everyone in the car hits the seat in front of them (or the dashboard if you're in the front), hits the ceiling, and then yells strip. The last person to be heard shouting strip must take off one article of clothing.

A pair of shoes is one article. A pair of socks is another article.

This version is more fun and easy to do while cruising around at night.
Man in a car with Ladies: Let's play padiddle!
Ladies: Alright!
Group: *Sees yellow light and hits seat/ceiling*
Unfortunate last person: Damn! *takes off clothes*
by Trendy And Obscene January 06, 2009
game played in the car while driving/riding with friends.

version one for younger crowd (more often a same-sex group): first person who spots a vehicle with a headlight out gets to punch the other in the arm as hard as they want.

version two for older mixed sex groups and couples: same as above but person who spots the missing headlight gets to kiss the person of their choice.

so it can be both a "fun" game and a date game.
girl: (sees car with headlight missing) "padiddle!"
turns to guy and says "pucker up..."
(ensuing accident covered by insurance, blamed on missing headlight. injuries to tongues also covered by auto insurance, but only if injured while car was moving.)
by njmartian October 28, 2006

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