48 definitions by Dr. Badwrench

A title bestowed upon one who is drunk and passed out on the floor, like they are piloting the carpet.
Shit, man! You were Captain of the Carpet Ship last night.
by Dr. Badwrench September 22, 2006
When combined with any noun, either as a prefix or as a phrase, automatically associates that noun with dildoes. Try any random noun, and you will be able to formulate your own "dilldefinition".
dillhole: a hole for a dildo or hole in a dildo
dillsack: a sack of dildoes, or a sack for a dildo
dillfuck: to fuck with or get fucked by a dildo
dillsmeg: dildo smegma
dillsmack: to strike or bludgeon with a dildo

Bush is an idiot dillsuck.
by Dr. Badwrench May 2, 2007
An amateur tattooist or "professional" of bad reputation and low-quality (and low priced) work. Usually an amateur or "a friend who works out of their house", scar merchants, or scratchers are unschooled, unsanitary and generally a big mistake. Going to one is literally buying a scar.
Dude, fuck that guy! Billy Bob is a scar merchant. Go to Tattoo City on Lombard for good work.
by Dr. Badwrench October 23, 2007
A modified, customized motorcycle, typically a Harley Davidson, although "back in the day" Indian, Triumph and BSA motorcycles were "chopped" and these days Japanese motorcycles are being transformed into choppers.

The term "chopper" comes from the origins of motorcycle customization. Unnecessary parts were (sometimes literally) "chopped" off to reduce the weight of the motorcycle and increase its performance for racing. Rear fenders were "bobbed" (where the term "bobber" comes from), front fenders, crash bars, saddlebags, windshields, head and tail lights, kickstands, mufflers, etc. were all discarded to improve the machine's power-to-weight ratio. Forks were extended to improve ground clearance and later raked to compensate for better stability.

Contrary to popular belief, a chopper is not simply a motorcycle built with long forks, a stretched frame, chrome and billet crap and a gazillion-color $10K paintjob. True choppers are generally built from another motorcycle or motorcycles, by the owner of the motorcycle and modifications are done to the builder/owner's desires and usually done on a budget.

The big-bucks "chopper" shops do not build choppers. OCC does not build true choppers. They build custom motorcycles. A custom can emulate the classic chopper styles (bobber, East Bay lowrider, digger, fat bob, etc.) but it is not a true chopper. Same as a fibreglass-bodied 350/350-powered 5-window coupe that looks like a hot rod, it is not a true hot rod.

Whose motorcycle is this?
It's a chopper, baby.
Whose chopper is this?
It's Zed's.
Who's Zed?
Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead.
by Dr. Badwrench January 6, 2007
Those tall jar candles with the bizarre, often gruesome, Catholic iconography on the outside of the jar. Usually found at Mexican markets, religious gift stores, and the ethnic food section at the supermarket.
Shop 'n' Rob in Bay Point has a great selection of pickled Jesus candles.

No, I'm not Catholic, I just like pickled Jesus candles.
by Dr. Badwrench June 14, 2007
The nasty smell of nearly all Chinese restaurant restrooms.
Dim Sum Palace has some major chow poo yuk.
by Dr. Badwrench May 8, 2008