(verb) to yardsale
1: to try to achieve a goal with limited means cheaply
2: to reply to an involved question or argument with a simplistic response
1: Although Ron had no money to fix the car properly he was able to yardsale it enough to make it to Trenton in it.
2: After I had told him all about the problems in Palestine, he wouldn't stop yardsaling the problem.
when you go to a club and spend a rediculous amount of money on drinks to get you and your friends wasted, and then something fucked up happens after that. A typical yardsale is a blackout tequila night with the boys.
Dude how much money did you spend last night and wtf happened?
Bro, visa's maxed and i lost my phone and wallet, no idea how i got home but woke up win a fire extinguisher. was definately a yardsaled night?
It's a person who goes yardsailing.
Yardsailor is derived from the word yardsailing in which a person drives from yard sale to yard sale trying to buy as much as they can. So someone who goes yardsailing is a yardsailor.
Kid A: I can't believe my mom wastes her Saturdays buying garbage at yard sales.
Kid B: Yeah, my mom is a yardsailor, too.