Colloquial term used to describe one's father.
Derived from the name of actor Gary Oldman, whose surname, "old man", is in and of itself a colloquialism for father. Instead of saying "my old man", it is sufficient to say "my Gary".
1. "Can't go out tonight, I'm having a drink with my Gary."
2. "What do you want from Gary Christmas this year, Timmy?"
3. "Luke, I am your Gary."
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