An effort to deceive, overwhelm, or persuade with insincere talk, especially flattery.
The entire presentation was a complete snow job.
Scottsdale, Arizona. Even though it is just a dry, hot and dusty place with no natural resources, people there are often snobbish and think it is a very prestigious place to live because it has a lot of man-made features like golf courses and it is more expensive than other places in Arizona.
Those girls we met in Scottsdale were superficial bitches.
Stevie Nicks is a (now) legendary rock singer known for her "witchy" image and persona. Her songs are usually dark, with cryptic, yet personal, lyrics. She is a solo artist as well as a vital member of rock band Fleetwood Mac. She is very talented and is heard to be a very warm and sweet woman. Plus, she is friggin' gorgeous!
"Look, she is playing that tambourine like Stevie Nicks!"
"I'm wearing my Stevie Nicks outfit."
Someone whose main goal in life is pleasure.
Hugh Hefner, duh.
Minneapolis, Minnesota. A fairly large city built in a place where it can snow any month of the year except June, July and August and the temperature can reach as low as -40F/-40C during the Winter. The culture is a strange combination of liberal politics and relatively conservative family values. A strong sense of self-important nationalism is present in the local culture and many years ago the residents dubbed it the "Mini-apple" as though it is somehow a smaller version of the Big Apple, New York City.
I froze my ass off in Minneapolis while everyone kept telling me how great it was there.
Lake Havasu, Arizona. A wide spot in the Colorado River used for recreational water activities. Certain areas are known for outrageous, over-the-top, orgy-like partying.
You wouldn't believe what was going on at the sand bar in Havasu.
A type of speed boat originally designed for racing on the open ocean, 30-50 feet long and about 8 feet wide. Almost always equipped with at least 1000hp but often up to 2000hp, modern versions can go well over 100 mph. Drug runners made them famous in the 1970's and 80's but they are now popular as extremely expensive ($250,000+) show-off toys mainly for rich, otherwise blue collar people like construction contractors and business owners. The culture surrounding them strongly embraces decadent drinking, drugs, sex, and partying, and sometimes boating too. Most of them are used on lakes way too small and calm compared to their original purpose.
When I win the lottery I'm going to buy a cigarette boat and take it to the sand bar at Havasu