(ot-oh; Ger. awt-oh) - VERB
To hand tighten a nut so tight that it cannot be loosened by hand.
"Who the hell Otto'd these truss bolts? Someone get me a wrench!"
(āv'ə-lānch') - NOUN
Any piece of staging that is still at the venue 6 months after the event.
"will somebody get this avalanche outta my way so I can set up the band gear?"
(tom-lin-suhn) - VERB
To drop an object in a manor likely to cause injury to a coworker.
"Dude, watch it! you just tomlinsoned me with that CO2 tank!
(hâr-bawl) - VERB
To direct a load-out from the back of a truck.
"Don't worry, you can fuller
the load, he'll osier
it and I'll just hairball it from here!"
(ō'zhər) - VERB
To pick up a 4-man carry (4 corner) object alone, usually with a bearhug.
Also referred to as man-forking.
"Can you guys four-corner this?"
"Outta my way, I'll just Osier it and then you can fuller
it as it comes off the truck!"
(vey-ney-gahs-lee) - ADJECTIVE
A manner of dress which questions the wearer's sexuality.
"Wow, now those are some venegasly shorts!
(yuh-nak) - NOUN
The act of stealing someone's car, then cutting the police chase short by dumping the vehicle and hopping a city bus for 3 stops.
"did you hear about the guy pulling the Yanac yesterday?"
"due, he totally drove off in the instructor's car!"