A slang word that Somebody who is on jobseekers allowance (the dole) would say to encourage a smile and not the effect of shame given when telling someone their on the dole.
Daniel: still can't find a job anywhere its solid.
Michael: what are you doing for money then?
Daniel: smashin the rock and roll lad.
Michael: (faint smile)
by Mr Anderson11 March 26, 2011
The government can always blame domestic problems on Rock and Roll! It's the HOTTEST new scapegoat!

Before Rock and Roll, the government used to blame domestic problems on the Jews, but now they blame Rock and Roll! :D
Mom 1: Someone got shot? Oh that cursed Rock and Roll!!!


Mom 3: No, sweetie. Mommy needs to save her throat. She's working tonight.
by Vitamins & STDs December 04, 2009
When you climb to the top of a very high cliff and you start rocking that giant boulder back and forth till eventually it begins to roll down the hill gaining momentum and crushing everything in its path until it gets all the way down to the bottom and crashes through the back wall of the local disco, wiping out most of the dance floor and taking out the DJ who was spinning, ‘I’m Your Boogie Man’ by KC and the Sunshine Band.
by The Rolling Rock July 21, 2013
Urban slang for illicit sex in an automobile (Alledgedly coined by a New York DJ in the 50's)
"Here's some great 'jive' for you'll to rock and roll to"
"If this cars arockin' don't you come aknockin'"
by Frank Trebor October 06, 2005
Skateboarding trick where you do a rock to fakie, then do a 180 pivot in either direction off, and you come back in the stance you came into the trick on.
Rock and rolls are harder then rock to fakies.
by Ricky Benda May 23, 2005
Having no job, claiming off the state. On the doll.
"I hear Dave's back living off the ol' Rock and Roll.
by Mud. November 21, 2007
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