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A cheap brand of "all-purpose" smoking tobacco - one of the earliest packaged, branded pipe tobaccos in the U.S. - with the slogan "a cargo of contentment in the bowl of any pipe." A long-standing joke involving the product's name asserts that it is named "half and half" because it is comprised of "half horseshit and half bullshit" (in reality, the mixture is half "bright" and half "burley" tobaccos). Some old-timers speculate that the half and half joke may have given rise to the novelty "horseshit cigarettes" sold in the U.S. in the 1920s-30s (not real horseshit), which featured the slogans "not a fart in a carload," and "try one, you mooching bastard."

Half and half is still sold at most retail outlets carrying tobacco products.
"Cargo of contentment," my piles - half and half is harsh and bitter.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
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Used to describe a profound stench, usually one with sulfurous overtones.
I'm not sure which is worse: the hell-smell down by the Geysers, or the hell-smell that emerges from the bathroom when Ranger Bob takes a dump.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
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A penis. Whimsical term for the male sexual member.
I hope Herman the one-eyed German isn't planning a visit tonight - I'm tired and have a headache.
by Rod Brock September 24, 2005
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Mail-order house, seller of novelty goods, household products, etc.
I used to get Fingerhut catalogs in the mail on a quarterly basis, but all at once they just stopped coming.
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A stupid statement made by old-timers, when someone complains that it's hotter than hell outside, implying that low humidity makes extremely high temperatures easier to tolerate.
Joe: 114 degrees! Jesus, that's HOT!

Schmoe: Yeah, but it's a dry heat.
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A fundmentalist Christian. First applied to Ned Flanders, in "The Simpsons" animated series.
Joe: We thank you, oh Lord...
Jim: Take it outside, God boy.
by Rod Brock May 14, 2006
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