A phrase used to denote that a couple of men, who are both in relationships, are free to act like men and otherwise play and engage in general stupidity.
Taken originally from a skit on the comedy show 'The Kids in the Hall' in which the wives of a pair of married men leave on a short vacation. The two married men are now able to party and generally act foolish, exclaiming, "The wives are gone, we have the whole country to ourselves!" before embarking on an, apparently, nationwide party.
Currently, the term is used on any occasion when a small group of men (not less than two, not more than five) are allowed to generally have a good time because their wives are otherwise engaged.
Note: Often accompanied by an impromptu victory dance, during the saying of, 'Whole country to ourselves!'
man1: Dude, my wife is going out on girl's night!
man2: I know, -mine is going too!
man1: Looks like-
man1 & man2: -we've got the whole country to ourselves!
A term used by married computer geeks to describe masturbation.
Originally taken from the film 'Hackers' in which a supposed hacker obtains vital information while hacking the garbage file on a 'Gibson' supercomputer.
Extrapolated from its original meaning, due to the fact that most married computer geeks hide their porn stash in seemingly innocuous locations on their hard drives -such as fake, or garbage files- to prevent detection from their less computer literate spouses.
Geek1: "Dude, want to come over and watch the new episodes of Doctor Who?"
Geek2: "Nah, man -the wife's out of town for the weekend... I'm going to stay home and 'Hack the Gibson'...."
The method by which one steals items from a store by means of the self-checkout register.
Common practice includes scanning an inexpensive item while bagging a near-identical but more costly one, only partially weighing items, or otherwise misrepresenting the count.
Guy1: "Why pay 99¢ for those gourmet, grocery store bagels when a little sleight of scan can get them for the 59¢ doughnut price?"
Guy2: "Dude, seriously? It's forty cents..."