3 definitions by sleepinggrass

Slang for Coors Light beer. Works on two levls: 1.)Coors minus the calories and also 2.) Coors Light is of a low but passing quality (as in it gets a grade of C-)
"Dude pass me another C-"
by sleepinggrass January 24, 2005
An immature sexual prank. Sitting in a public place, pull your balls out of your pants and cup your hands over them, leaving just a glimpse of pink exposed (this only works if your white). Then tell your approaching victims (preferably girls) that you have just found a baby bird that has fallen from its nest. The bit of nutsack resembles the skin of a newly hatched bird. Explain that the bird is shy and doesn’t like the light, but invite them to take a closer look. In the midst of conversation the hands are casually dropped, and the victims are left fawning over what is now obviously a pair of balls. The key to pulling this off is doing it when it would be least expected (e.g. in gym class).
"Hey guys look, I found a baby bird"
by sleepinggrass January 21, 2005
A North-American prank and rite of passage wherein older adolescents take younger boys into the wilderness for the supposed purpose of “snipe hunting.” Snipes are an imaginary game bird purported to resemble quails or pheasants or what have you (the fictional snipe is not to be confused with the extant North American shorebird of that same name). Snipe hunts take place on moonless nights; the victims are provided burlap bags with which to catch the birds, while the conspirators spot them with flashlights. The conspirators make birdcalls, through rocks in the bushes, and urgently cry out “snipe” to make the victims believe that there are actually birds in the area. The victims don’t want to be the only one who can’t see the imaginary birds, so they claim to have seen them also. Pretty soon the victims have convinced each other they are surrounded by snipes and proceed to run about foolishly in search of the non-existent birds. “Dude right there didn’t you see it?” The conspirators will often agree that they have just seen a snipe in that cactus patch or lake or thorny bush and order then the victims to dive in and catch it with his respective sack. The victims are then often abandoned by their guides, thus completing the joke. The cycle repeats when this year’s dupes become privy to the joke and then take their younger brothers out the following year, in search of the ever-illusive snipe.
"You've never heard of snipe hunting? Dude we should go this weekend."
by sleepinggrass January 21, 2005