11 definitions by PyroLogiK

Verb. While taking a hit of weed through a pipe or bowl, the stoner coughs. The term Volcano refers to the flaming herb and burning ash that is erupted out of the bowl, often burning holes in carpet or even pot head's hair!
My new glass bowl hit so hard, the first three people that hit it volcanoed!
by PyroLogiK June 3, 2005
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A chicken sandwich, originally from the restaurant Chick-Fil-A. Circa: Mid to late 90s.
"I am SO baked, we gotta roll up Belair road to the Chick-Fil-A for a bag o' chickwiches!"
by PyroLogiK March 4, 2005
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A toothpick with a menthol mint taste, usually found individually wrapped at restaurants and buffets.
"Hey man, after you pay the bill, grab me a pickmint out of the dispenser."
by PyroLogiK March 4, 2005
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1. Bluto Blutarski. Main character of the film 'Animal House'. Member of the Delta Tau Chi fraternity at fictional Faber College. Played by the late John Belushi.

2. Bluto, the large, bearded character in the cartoon "Popeye the Sailor Man"
In the opening scene of Animal House, Bluto said "Grab a beer. It don't cost nothin'" to some pledges who came to the frat house.
by PyroLogiK February 19, 2008
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See Chode. A play on the word Totem Pole, those big carved wood poles Native Americans carve into designs.
There's this kid in my homeroom and we call him chodem pole and also bet that he has a chodem pole.
by PyroLogiK December 18, 2003
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Quarter-sized candy wafers that resemble Smarties.
"Do you have any Necco Wafers? They're good as shit.
by PyroLogiK December 18, 2003
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A hair softening and straightening product. Usually a "leave-in liquid", this product is designed with no petrolatum products and only natural oils to soften hair from the follicle to (often split) ends. Designed for African-Americans, it is also an excellent facial hair conditioner for anyone with rough beard or facial hair. The fragrance is mild and pleasant. It is not greasy, and although it will wash off of your hands quite easily, it's effects do not wash off during showering or normal washing. It was effective on a neglected beard with split ends and a high degree of product abuse which made the hairs dry and brittle.
I couldn't find facial hair conditioner so I tried Hair Mayonnaise. Best stuff ever, and I'm soft as ever.
by PyroLogiK January 6, 2008
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