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Motorized shopping carts to carry and assist the elderly and disabled in grocery stores.
Some GILF in an amigo swooped in and grabbed the last jar of Jack's Special Salsa.
by Coell November 10, 2005
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Slightly negative reference for the executives or management of a company, because they are paid better and dress more formally than the employees.
"I work twice as hard as the suits and get paid half as much."
by Coell July 6, 2005
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Among college drinkers, if a person at a party announces a "Social!", it is a command that everyone within earshot take a large drink of alcohol in unison, to consume the drinks quickly and get the crowd as drunk as possible. Seasoned partiers will yell "Social!" in return to help announce and time the act.
"I just turned 20 and I have a big test on Monday -- we are gonna get so fucking fucked up tonight. Social!"
(Crowd screams "Social!" and goes quiet as dozens of people chug their beverages.)
by Coell September 7, 2005
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To settle a bill or debt. Square refers to the honesty of the deal, and up is the action of payment or performing the task.

To tighten the connections or correct the angles in a construction project, since squares are made of right angles at exactly ninety degrees, which is the majority of building connections and materials.

To confirm plans and reservations, straighten, or organize.
"When I come by tomorrow, I'll square up with you on the loan you gave me."

"If this drywall's gonna hang right, you better square up that door frame."

"I got my vacation all squared up."

"It's supposed to be in the seventies this weekend, so I'm gonna get the lawn squared up."
by Coell March 15, 2006
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Silly way of relating the quantity or frequency of something in terms of whether you would hit one if you swung a dead cat.
You can't swing a dead cat in that school without hitting some guy with his underwear showing.
by Coell September 7, 2005
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Theory that by six or less degrees of separation, every actor is connected to Kevin Bacon, possibly making him the center of the universe. A cult trivia game among movie fans, players choose one actor and create links by naming movies in which they worked with someone, who in turn is related to someone else, and so on, until the final person is directly connected to Kevin Bacon. Created by Craig Fass, Brian Turtle and Mike Ginelli and made famous in 1994 when Jon Stewart invited them to play on his show.
Kevin Costner is one link: Both were in JFK. Julia Louis-Dreyfus of TV's Seinfeld takes all six degrees of Kevin Bacon: She was in Christmas Vacation with Randy Quaid, who was in Major League II with Tom Berenger, who was in Shattered with Greta Scacchi, who was in Presumed Innocent with Harrison Ford, who was in Raiders of the Lost Ark with Karen Allen, who was in Animal House with Kevin Bacon.
by Coell September 7, 2005
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This movie's ending was shocking to so many viewers it became the prime example for people who prefer to not spoil the ending of a movie or book by knowing how it ends. Most people refer to this movie in terms of whether they knew the ending or not.
"Harry Potter 6 is the next Sixth Sense."

"La la la la ... I don't want to know the ending! My bitch-ass brother always Sixth-Senses me and I've been avoiding him until Sunday."

"Dude, don't pull a Sixth Sense on me -- I don't want any spoilers."
by Coell September 1, 2005
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