Taking a long and healthy dump. The word bears it's origin from when I made $10 per hour and would spend a paid half hour on the toilet
Coworker: Can you take care of this for me?
Me: Sorry, gotta go take a five dollar
by Studly McHandsome July 19, 2006
used after the phrase throw some puddin up on that so everyone know how fucking serious you agree.
bloke 1:" lets throw a train up in sara parks"
bloke 2:" motherficking right son! throw some puddin up on that for five dollars!"
by kevin w August 27, 2004
1) A giant burrito including some kind of meat (carnitas, carne asada, al pastor, barbacoa, pollo, etc.), rice, beans (black or pinto), cheese, sour cream, salsa, pico de gallo, avacado or guacamole, and a cucumber slice, a lime slice, and a radish on the side.

2) An item that is used to describe or compare with a well endowed woman. An amazon woman can be described as being thicker than a 'five dollar burrito'.
1) Speaking to a waiter/waitress that knows little English, while pointing at the menu,

"I'll have the five dollar burrito, carnitas, con todo. And un Modelo Especial."

2) Two construction workers eating lunch in a work van in front of a convenience store, when one of the workers spots a hottie that is five foot ten, 145 lbs, with large breasts, a small waist, wide hips and a round ass, and long, long legs,

John: Dude, check that out! She is thicker than a five dollar burrito! ... Seems like she gave me a ride home from the bar one night...

Bob: That's my mom, fucker!

John: That's right, she gave me a ride home from your house. She damn near broke me!

Bob: Shut up!

John: Move out of your mom's basement!
by t_doffing August 11, 2009
Starting to tell a story, then realizing it has no point or punchline and the only way to save it is to add "and then I found five dollars."
John: A man told me to have a nice day.
Mark: That's it?
John: Yep!
Mark: ... wow, that's a five dollar story.
by Jamaica G April 13, 2008