The first hit of crack a crack head takes. This paritcular hit is usually credited with getting them hooked and thus ruining their lives.
by Bogga Red April 03, 2007
The spot where the Mayflower landed, so named because the rock's shape somewhat resembled a Plymouth automobile. (Hey it must be true --- renowned historian Dave Barry said so himself! :P)
The whimsically-tasteful car-themed landscape (Cadillac Range/Tailfin Pass, Wheelwell Motel, Coolant-Filler-Cap Mesa, Hood-and-Fenders Bluffs, etc.) of Radiator Springs is hardly anything new --- almost 400 years ago, the Pilgrims named their original landing-point "Plymouth Rock" due to the rock's being shaped something like a Plymouth automobile.
by QuacksO June 21, 2018