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A state that feels more like a large city surrounded by farmland. Most people who live in this state feel that it is divided into two areas--Chicago and Downstate. Although the official state capital is Springfield, just about everything gets done in Chicago. In fact, some out-of-staters actually believe that the capital of Illinois is Chicago. Because of this, and many other things, most "downstaters" resent everything and everyone from Chicago.
Visitor: Where are you from?
Illinois Guy: I'm from Peoria, Illinois.
Visitor: Where's that? Near Chicago?
Illinois Guy: No, it's about 50 miles west of Bloomington.
Visitor: Where's Bloomington?
Illinois Guy: Oh, forget it. It's near Chicago.
by Smooth B April 28, 2004
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1. A hamburger consisting of three (or four, sometimes five) beef patties, each topped with a cheese of your choice. The meat is slapped on a huge bun, and can be topped with other things (onions, mustard, ketchup, pickles, etc.) May also be called phatburger in some areas. Not usually found in chain restaurants, but a staple of greasy spoons on the corner. The burger called a fatburger because of its size, and because eating a lot of them will probably make you fat.

2. Depending on where you get it from, it can be the best burger you'll ever have....when it's cooked properly.
I'm soooo hungry. Time to get a fatburger.

Gimme a fatburger with everything on it....extra onions. Make it five slabs of meat, please.
by Smooth B April 30, 2004
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Being an extreme fuck up. Being both a bitch and a dog at the same time.
Ryan, you really screwed the pooch on that last guitar solo. You are such a bitch dog.
by Smooth B March 25, 2004
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1. The love of knowledge. Also associated with argumentation and reasoning. Usually mentioned when talking about the ancient philosophers, such as Plato and Socrates.

2. A typically useless major in college, unless you want to get a Ph.D. in it or go to law school.
I majored in philosophy in college, and now I clean toilets for a living.

P and not P? That is a paradox.
by Smooth B May 5, 2004
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