1. A relatively inexpensive travel voucher allowing for unlimited usage of the Euro rail and light-rail systems and the local trolley car and bus routes throughout participating European countries.
2. A uniquely old-world dump an American takes after eating the first and subsequent unpronounceable, unknown European meals. Typically released with the loud expulsion of gas accompanied with turd splatter.
Katie: "Man what was that?... 'burble, burble, burble"
Jill: "I know huh... tasted weird, I couldn't even finish mine... 'splat!'
Katie: "Mom told me to ask for an american menu... 'ploop'"
Jill: "Shoulda listened.... 'kerplunk, burble-platt'"
Jan: "What's the hold up?!?"
Katie: "Chill Jan... We're right in the middle of a bodacious 'euro pass'...!
Jan: "What's that...? Yeah, whatever... Were gonna miss the train... Hurry up, and you better have your Euro passes ready this time!"
Jill: "Man... she's such a bitch. Katie... can you pass me some more toilet paper?"
Katie: "More like newspaper huh?? Here you go."
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