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Loose leaf chewing tobacco, left over from the process of making plug tobacco, and sold in pouches. In recent times, as the popularity of plug tobacco has declined, scrap is manufactured exclusively for bagging, rather than merely being a byproduct of plug manufacturing.
I prefer scrap to plug - "Red Man" is my favorite.
by Rod Brock July 26, 2006
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Another term for smegma, a whitish, cheesy substance that sometimes accumulates in the foreskin of an uncircumsized male.
You're not getting a blowjob from me until you wash off that prick cheese.
by Rod Brock September 24, 2005
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1.Term used to describe an elderly person with an extremely wrinkled face, most often employed when said person is of a nasty disposition.

2. A villain with a wrinkled face, from the old Dick Tracy comic strip.
That old pruneface nextdoor ought to mind her own business.
by Rod Brock July 29, 2006
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The slimy part of an underdone, over-easy style fried egg.
"Excuse me - could you take this back and tell the cook to get rid of the rooster juice?"
by Rod Brock May 14, 2006
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UK. One who is mentally imbalanced, eccentric, crazy, etc. Sometimes expressed as "right 'round the bend." An eighties tune, during the second "British Invasion" of music in the U.S., had the lyric, "You send me right 'round, baby, 'right round, like a record baby."
Did you see him talking to that tree? 'Round the bend, he is.
by Rod Brock July 24, 2006
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Someone who encourages rushing to war. Essentially identical in meaning to warmonger
A lot of those old boys are saber rattlers; it's because they fought in WWII, and think it builds character.
by Rod Brock March 09, 2007
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