verb: to carry far too many objects than one can handle from one room to the other.
Named after TV chef, Rachel Ray, who often akwardly carries too many ingredients and dishes to the counter.
You're gonna break something if you keep pulling a rachel
Noun: When somebody does or says something that is overly intense and macho, usually to a comical degree.
Etymology: Comes from the last name of the famous dirty harry star Clint eastwood.
Tommy: Nice shoes steve, I didnt know you could get high-tops in the castro district.
Peter: I don't know who you are or why you came to this town, but i want you gone punk... I reccomend you start packing heat, cause i'm comming for ya.
Ben: Dude, pete, what's with the eastwood?