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A nickname for Forsyth Park in the Robertsdale area of Hammond, Indiana. Surprisingly many people in the 46394 zip code are unaware of the real name of Forsyth Park.
When i was a kid we used to play knock-hockey at four side park.

I quit running in four side park after someone in a car threw a beer can at me.
by Joe Iron May 23, 2007
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A martial artist without any tan at all, very pale. Unlike many people who workout in gyms or health clubs, who are usually tan. Someone who is spending all there time in the dojo training and not going out in the sun. Usually a serious martial artist.
Bob's pretty serious about getting his blackbelt, he's got a dojo tan.
by Joe Iron May 4, 2007
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This nickname from at least the 1960's for the intersection of Calumet Ave, Indianapolis Blvd and 114th St in Whiting, Indiana. The reason for the nickname is there are five intersections meeting at that point.
There was another shooting down at the bar by Five Points.

I wrecked the Delta when I spun out and hit the fence down at Five Points.
by Joe Iron March 16, 2008
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To die in the bathroom, usually the result of a life of long term excess.
Another supermodel did an Elvis in the bathroom.

Crazy Bob did too many ludes, lucky I walked in on him or he would have done an Elvis in the bathroom.
by Joe Iron January 21, 2008
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An empty building, office, storefront, or research park in Michigan usually with a "for lease" or "for sale" sign in front.
I counted six Granholms on Main Street in Ann Arbor on the way to work today.

I saw five Granholms in a row on 96.
by Joe Iron November 3, 2007
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A homeless man who sat in the corner booth of the white castles at the intersection of 119th Street and Indianapolis Blvd in Whiting, IN from the 1970s to 1990s. Do to its proximity to Chicago, during the 1930s this intersection was one of the busiest intersections in the country. There was once the architectural landmark of the Illiana Hotel but it was demolished during the early 90s. The only remenant of its long vibrant history is aforementioned White Castles
I saw The Guardian of the Center of the Universe, he sure got old.

I heard The Guardian of the Center of the Universe used to work in a steel mill.

I heard the Guardian of the Center of the Universe died.
by Joe Iron January 21, 2008
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The Big W, is a nickname for Whiting, IN. used by the refinery construction workforce that relocated from Texas to work on the expansion of the oil refinery. The construction workers started referring to Whiting as the Big W. The nickname is derived from the nickname of Dallas which is known as the Big D
Let's celebrate the fourth of July in the Big W.

I need some money bad, so I'm going to The Big W to for a few months.
by Joe Iron August 18, 2007
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