A noble cartoon character devoted to keeping the streets clean. He beat up punks, hoodlums, and gangsters with little provocation, making the streets safer for you and me.
He was sometimes friends with Popeye the Sailor Man, who also beat up scores of punks and hoodlums.
Bluto taught us that the appropriate thing to do with street gangsters is to beat them up.
Bluto is my hero. He pounds Pachucos with vigor and leaves them in a greasy heap in the gutter.
A bribe. Especially a bribe left (or "dropped") at a secret location to be picked up by the bribee.
It's time to leave the dropski behind the doghouse. Big Eddie's bagman
will pick it up.
From the rough surface of a corn cob used to wipe one's backside.
"Hey Elmore, the wheel done fell off mah baler."
"Oh man, Ermal, that's rough as a cob."
An open-ended wrench head that is used on a ratchet. Crowfeet come in different sizes. They are used to loosen or tighten nuts in otherwise inaccessible places.
Charlie the Grease Monkey uses a crowfoot to loosen the distributor nut on his Chevy V8.
Half of a bum's dinner, the other half being a bottle of muscatel.
Joe and Lottie shared a can of cat food for Christmas dinner under the Tenth Street Bridge.
An person whose extraordinary wealth and business practices contribute to:
* Pollution of the Earth
* Oppression of the poor
* Misuse of natural resources
* Shipment of jobs to India and China
John Kerry and Al Gore are pollutocrats.
1. A telephone.
2. A device honked by all yuppies and soccer moms when they lock their Lexuses, BMWs, or SUVs at the mall. It is a trumpet fanfare announcing to one and all that they are now locking their cars.
Megan can't come down now, she's on the horn.
Like all good soccer moms, Flannery blasts her horn a few times when she locks her Excursion.