(Seinfeld) An imaginary character dreamed up by George and Jerry while they were trying to come up with an excuse for stalking some poor unfortunate woman. It's such a nice name I decided to change mine, so I did. Now it's my name. Sorry, Jerry.
Notable quote made in the first "Friday" feature film by "Smokey" to the Pastor. Also implies a packaged deal just under a foil
"Pastor: Excuse me, brother! What we call drugs down at the 74th
St. Baptist Church, We call a sin a sin sin!!!"
"Smokey: Well 'round here, at 10
Normandy in the West'n...we call this here a little twenty twen twen! Arrrrrrr
Shorthand slang to describe the city of Newcastle, Australia. A term generally only used by locals
of the region.
Lets go into newy for a skate
A person who improperly uses someone elses name for personal gain.
"The person who uses Diego's Alias other than diego himself is an imposter and will be bounty hunted for scrap meat to feed my kangaroos"
Phrase used to characterise an unsolicited visit to a residency via no mediums of communication. Made prominent by classic American sitcom "Seinfeld"
No Jerry! I Love The Pop In!!! What will i do???
Australian term generalised meaning O.K. Literal meaning is "it's all sweet"
"Ay cuz, we rite for smokes and beers?"
"She's apples mate."
A scab-layered encrusted coating over the female vaginal area causing a build-up of secreted moisture to form mould over the surrounding snatch.
I ain't touchin that chicks mouldy snatch with a forty-foot pole.