A term of endearment used by gentlemen in the 20th century. Made famous for its use in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby
Jay: Having a good time, old sport?
Nick: Maybe another drink
Jay: Anything you want, old sport, it’s yours
The incorrect use of the metaphor “Make like a tree and leave”
Biff: Now why don’t you make like a tree and get out of here?
Old Biff: *slaps Biff* It’s “Leave” you idiot. “Make like a tree and leave”. You sound like a damn fool when you say it wrong.
Another way of telling someone to go away
Man: Nice parenting.
Adam: Hey, thanks. Are you my therapist? Take a walk!
Aka the Publix Deli Sub. A local delicacy to Floridians and a hot seller at Publix grocery stores.
Ethan was hungry after his day at Disney World, so he went to Publix and got a Pub Sub.
A quote made famous for its use in season 1 of Supernatural. Implies that the driver of a vehicle chooses what music they and the passengers will listen to while whoever is riding shotgun must stay quiet.
Sam: You gotta update your music collection. Black Sabbath? Motorhead? Metallica? It's the greatest hits of mullet rock.
Dean: Well, house rules Sammy. Driver picks the music, shotgun shuts his cakehole
When a group of friends decided to make a trip to the gas station Wawa. Famous for its hoagie subs and coffee drinks.
Casey: Damn, I'm hungry. What're we gonna eat?
Eddy: How about a Wawa run? It's Hoagiefest and all drinks are a dollar
Casey: Quit reading my mind.
A code used when putting a friend on the spot. It implies that you want your friend to lie, usually to cover up something the former shouldn't say.
Kevin: Harry! Harry! Real quick, don't lie. Where we comin' from?
Harry: Man, you was with dat bitch with da fat ass.