n. A corner convenience store, usually operated by people from Pakistan, India, and more recently, Turkey. The name derives from 'Paki Shop', as these stores were exclusively run by people Pakistan. They standardly stock beer, cigarettes, drinks and snacks.

v. To go to a paki shop to purchase supplies.
Joe: I need a beer, mate.
Ralph: There's a pakpak down the road.
Joe: Sweet.


John: What are you doing?
Steve: Pakpak.
John: Great, can you grab me a coke while you're there?
by MuhamedDurkaDurkaJihad April 21, 2009

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