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You are about to suffer consequences; may imply retaliation for offensive behavior.
If you let your rents find your stash, your goose is cooked!
by Downstrike May 26, 2004
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Too tired to continue what ever is in progress.

From pooped, meaning tired, and pop meaning ejaculate; literally, too tired to have sex. Frequently used by fogies who would be offended if they heard anyone say the literal meaning, because they don't think about what they're saying.
Why'd you stop?

I'm too pooped to pop!
by Downstrike August 17, 2005
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A statement following the exclamation, "Oh My GOD!", that one is most likely to hear after throwing one's self at the ground and missing. See throw yourself at the ground and miss.
If you have thrown yourself at the ground and missed, it is vitally important that you do not believe the statement, "you can't possibly be flying", when you hear it. Otherwise, you will suddenly discover that it is true.
by Downstrike May 24, 2004
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In CB slanguage, a Sultan of Slang who uses so much slang that even other Sultans of Slang have to look up what they're saying in the CB Slanguage Bible to understand what they're saying.
When a bible-mouthed gunnybagger ratchets his jaw, (see ratchet jaw), he done blow your doors off for sure.
by Downstrike May 30, 2004
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The power or ability to become invisible. Most frequently occurs in Fantasy or Science Fiction. However, vitally important objects that you need in Real Life are some times empowered with invisibility when you need them most desperately.
Keeborn have the power of invisibility.
by Downstrike May 24, 2004
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An album by Pink Floyd which gave birth to New Age Music. See also, Atom Heart Mother and Meddle.
You shoulda heard the Quadraphonic version of Wish You Were Here! It would blow your mind, man!
by Downstrike May 30, 2004
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Shortened form of can you dig it?, usually added at the end of, like you know, a sentence.

1. (Inquiring) Do you understand what I mean?

2. (Belligerent) Shut up and do what I said!
1. Groovy is so far out that it's in, you dig?

2. The chick's not a man, so stop calling her "man", you dig!?
by Downstrike October 16, 2004
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