rower- one who rows. a.k.a., one who competes in the sport of crew. More often than not, rowers do not fit into a pre-defined social category, but, in stead, prefer each other's company and don't put too much effort into outward appearance. Exceptions to this rule occur when rowing when the ugliest clothes available are always in fashion. Ever rower knows, however, that the ultimate fashion statement is embodied in an article of National Team Gear, which only the best rowers in the country can earn. Concentrations of rowers can be found, yet are not limited to New England, Philadelphia, Detroit, and the Pacific Coast. Rowers are usually really good guys.
2003 Princeton Heavyweight Freshman were a group of really good rowers. Four of them have been on a national team.
n. A licensed premises located above the Mosman Rowing Club, in the affluent northern suburb of Mosman in Sydney, Australia. It is a famous 'pick-up' joint frequented by divorced females aged over 45. The women patrons are usually over-weight, well-worn (ugly and used-up), have dyed blond hair and wear inappropriately tight fitting clothing (borrowed from their 24 year old daughter's wardrobe). The male patrons are all baby boomer types over 50 years old, sporting a grey moustache (or other grey facial hair) and have a massive 'beer-gut' (fat stomachs). These sad creatures usually consume large amounts of alcohol before leaving with someone they have never met for a 5 minute session of 'grey-sex'.
Bill went to the Mosman Rowers to grab a granny. He needed 5 minutes of poor quality 'grey-sex'.
The commander of a racing shell. Usually under 5'5" and weighs no more than 100 pounds. May either sit at the bow or stern of the shell. Uses a microphone tool called a cox box or coxwains box. It is basically a headset microphone that is plugged into the shells speaker system with a guage for stroke rate on it. The coxwain or cox rarely uses the command stroke. Instead he/she uses these commands:more...
1.On the Ready! - command given to rowers telling them to prepare to row.
2.Ready...ROW! - command given for rowers to row.
3.Hold water/Hold - command given to pairs of rowers anywhere in the shell to stick the oar blade in the water and hold it there.
4.Power 10/20/30 etc. - command given to rowers to put full power into the number of strokes called.
5.Weigh Enough! - pronounced Way-nuff, command give to rowers to stop rowing.
6.oh...SHIT STOP, (insert port/starboard here) HOLD - command given when the very expensive racing shell is about to hit something.
The traditional spandex uniform of rowers worldwide, much like the singlet of wrestling. Extremely unflattering even to the fittest of athletes, frequent usage in the sun also results in a "uni-tan."
The rowers' unis were black with a green stripe down each side.
A girl who REALLY wants it. Cookiemonsters are primitive creatures that are found mainly in regions categorized by Suburban Jewopolisness. In many cases, Cookiemonsters will act violently when they are refused it.*
There are various ways of determining whether or not a girl is in fact a Cookiemonster. One of which is by simply observing their acts. Should a girl stand in the corner, straddling a filing cabinet, she is probably a HUGE Cookiemoster.
*The fact that Cookiemonsters want it does not at all require attractive rowers to give it to them.
1: That Cookiemonster wants to crumble.
2: Don't buy those clothes, that's what a Cookiemonster would wear.
3: Don't give it to that girl, she's a big Cookiemonster.
A word synonymous with sports. It is used to motivate athletes to ascribe to a peak in physical performance. Originally invented by rowers meaning: Row Your Balls Off. The word can take on other meanings such as: Run Your Balls Off, Ride Your Balls Off (On a bicycle).
1. The cox'n yelled "RYBO" to the rowers in order to motivate them for the sprint of the race.
2. After a team meeting the team yelled out "RYBO" as a team chant in order to pump everyone up for the day of racing.
3. The Olympic Runner RYBOed today, after setting the world record 400m time.
a boat used in the sport of crew (rowing) consisting for 4 rowers and a coxwain.
hey guys! we are going to row our quad today!