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1. roach clip, tweezers, or anything used to hold a joint when it is too small to hold onto with your fingers. also refered to as a hemo.

2. A hemostat, also called a hemostatic clamp is a surgical tool which resembles a set of scissors with a locking clamp replacing the blade. A set of hemostats comes in several different sizes and types, for example, Kelly, Crile, and Halstead; and any given surgery may require the use of a number of hemostats. A hemostat is commonly used in both surgery and emergency medicine to control bleeding, especially from a torn blood vessel, until the bleeding can be repaired by stitches or other surgical techniques. The process of halting bleeding is called hemostasis. Hemostats are part of the first aid kit carried by combat lifesavers and paramedics.
I'm outta weed, but I got a few roaches lying around. Do you have a hemostat?
by TheConcierge November 30, 2005
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see above definition, but anywhere in the Pennsylvania-West Virginia-Ohio tri-state region. Usually associated with trailer parks, dirty hair, and heavy metal band tee-shirts. See trucks and dirtbikes and hoopie mall.
If you drive down to Brady's Run in the spring, past the trialer park, you'll pass all them hoopies out with their 70's era cars on blocks and their Natty Ice.
by TheConcierge April 14, 2005
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Properly, a flee market in the town of Rogers, Ohio. Could be used to describe any are that hoopies are likely to shop, such as a strip mall with a Dollar General or a Family Dollar. Also frequented by trucks and dirtbikes and people sportin' the white trash 'stache
You: I need some ammo, a knock-off Versace bag, a funnel cake, a 300 pound hog and some fresh Amish produce.
Me: The only place you can get all that is the hoppie mall.
by TheConcierge April 15, 2005
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Very high, to far up
I couldn't get up that tree without my gear. The lowest branch is asshole high to a ten foot Indian.
by TheConcierge April 14, 2005
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to fall in such a way as your bum flips over your head
Man, last New Years Eve you really fell ass over tea kettle down Clint's basement stairs
by TheConcierge April 14, 2005
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The residue left in a crack pipe after the rock is smoked. The crackhead then uses the pusher the force the scrubber to the other end of the pipe to collect the back. The back can then smoked as well.
We smoked that whole 20 piece man.
Well get the pusher so we can smoke the back.
by TheConcierge September 21, 2006
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Scrapple is a savory mush in which cornmeal and flour, often buckwheat flour, are simmered with pork scraps and trimmings, then formed into a loaf. Small scraps of meat left over from butchering, too small to be used or sold elsewhere, were made into scrapple to avoid waste, a Pennsylvania Dutch tradition.

Scrapple is typically made of hog offal, such as the head, eyes, heart, liver, bladder, and other scraps, which are boiled with any bones attached (often the entire head), to make a broth. Once cooked, bones and fat are discarded, the meat is reserved, and (dry) cornmeal is boiled in the broth to make a mush. The meat, finely minced, is returned, and seasonings, typically sage, thyme, savory, and others, are added. The mush is cast into loaves, and allowed to cool thoroughly until gelled. The proportions and seasoning are very much a matter of the region and the cook's taste.

Commercial scrapple often contains these traditional ingredients, with a distinctive flavor to each brand, though homemade recipes often specify more genteel cuts of pork, with a consequently blander taste. A few manufacturers have introduced beef and turkey varieties.

Scrapple is typically cut into thin (quarter-inch-thick) slices, pan-fried in butter or oil until the outsides form a crust, and served at breakfast, as an accompaniment to eggs. It is eaten plain or with ketchup, maple syrup, dark corn syrup, or apple butter.

In some regions, however, such as New England, it is prepared by mixing the scrapple with scrambled eggs and served with toast.
mmmmm. I sure do love the scrapple they serve up, with 'em eggs at the Hookstown fair.
Dude, you're gross.
by TheConcierge September 30, 2006
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