1 definition by WaterIsTheEnemy

"Dr. House" is a verb, to be precise. Specifically, it is a method of ingesting pills without water, or a better way to ingest giant potassium horse pill supplements WITH water.

Named for Hugh Laurie's character in the TV series House, it basically consists of putting the pill/pills in your mouth, and swallowing them while, at the same time, jerking your head back like you are suffering whiplash. This sharp movement, produced primarily with use of the neck and upper shoulder muscles, effectively catapaults the pills down your throat with relative ease.

More experienced patrons of this sly move may effectively get the pills nearly halfway down the esophagus in under two seconds.

Likewise, patrons of Laurie and his character may also incorporate a facial expression of euphoric relief directly after ingestion using the "Dr. House" method. This expression is best accompanied with the action of rolling your eyes back into your head, delightedly anticipating the effects of the pills soon to come - be it narcotic euphoria or, more commonly, the security and pleasure of knowing that your are stacked from A to Zinc!
Onlooker 1:
Did you see that guy just take a whole packet of vitamins without even using water?

Onlooker 2:
Hellz yeah man. He just Dr. House'd that s***!!!

Onlooker 1:
What a BAMF!!!
by WaterIsTheEnemy July 16, 2009