The beautiful ancestral tongue of the English people. It is a West Germanic language, which first arrived in the British Isles with the Anglo-Saxons, and it shares common roots with German, Dutch and Flemish. Its closest relative is the Frisian language of the northern Netherlands.
Old English should be taught as a Second language in English schools.
by Brimwylf September 15, 2005
AkA Krunk juice. A 40oz. Cost 3$ and it gets the job done.
Old English, My crunk Juice
by JonnyC April 15, 2005
the perfect drink for unemployed canadians like me. 8% alcohol(CAN) 7.5(USA). after this, beers taste like spring water
i busted that olde english bottle over that fat chicks neck!
by brodizzle January 7, 2004
a malt liquor made by the Olde English 800 brewing company in Milwakee Wisconson. Popuar with ghetto youths, bums and alcoholics for its high alcohol to price ratio.
man i drank to fourties and ended up shooting my sugar ray into her purple star. (see dictionary for other definitions)
by Pubert Qubert Quakenbush April 4, 2003
A malt liquor formerly brewed by pabst,i think its its own company now... 7.5% alchoholic content. It usually comes in 40 oz bottles and costs aywhere from 2.00- 3.00 dollars.
King of malt liquors.
Dude pick me up a 40 of olde english at the liquor store
by REED April 8, 2003
Shit tacos in a bottle. This horrific brand of malt liquor is sold most popularly in 40oz. glass bottles and is generally priced in the neighborhood of 3 bucks. Considering that the alcohol conent of this beverage is about 8% the price to booze ratio is favorable for those in dire financial straights. The recomended method of consumption is to drink all 40oz. in a hurry and then wait for the party to begin. Unfortunatly, the hangover that results from Olde English is akin to being run over by a Cadilac Escilade packed with over weight gangsters.
Dude, I was down to my last few bucks last night but I wanted to get ripped so I bought a 40 of Olde English and pounded that mother.
by Don_Vito December 13, 2009