A picture of yourself looking like a clown, printed on a 8.5x11 or larger piece of paper. It just screams "who wants to invest in printer ink?". It must tell corny jokes through chat bubbles. The decoy is used in a homeroom class at school so you can place the decoy at your regular seat and go sit with your friends.
The decoy fooled everyone and caused a big distraction in homeroom.
by Bob Decoymaker November 28, 2011
The fine social con of bringing a person as your date to an event such as a wedding to give the impression you are in a serious relationship when you are not.
As he was merely decoying, primarily for the benefit of his ex, he made sure to add to the impression by not being able to keep his lips and hands off his stunning partner throughout the evening.
by Dr Bunnygirl November 5, 2019
When having sex in the doggy position, withdraw and allow spit to fall across the partners' back. Thinking you have came across their back, they will turn, when you can really release. Ideally, aim for the face.
She wouldn't let me come in her face, so I pulled a decoy on her.
by Ian January 30, 2005
“Have u checked out Rosie lately? She is pretty Decoy.”
by Duck Hunter Society of Ayr October 11, 2007
a bird or a mammal or an imitation of one, used by hunters to attract other birds or mammals.
He was decoyed by his enemies.
by AngelBlack June 2, 2015
The one-handed graffiti gangster from the mean streets of Redline.
Feared by many as the most elite and cunning of all those that apply spray to walls, he amazes the toys with a seemingly unrepenting string of styles and b-boy poses.
Whilst many see him as being a figure of great importance and even worship, Decoy keeps it real by appearing cool, collected and calm.
He runs the line, Hornsby to North Sydney. Recognise, or meet the bottom of his volleys.
ToyOner:"ho snap, did you just see that ill Decoy throwup?"
ToyOner2:"kid's got skills."

5-0:"we are unable to aprehend 'Decoy' at this time because, well, he's just to darn BURNER!"
by Trevor. June 13, 2007
In urban driving, it's that driver who wants to pass you much faster than traffic. If you let them get in front of you, which is what they want, then the police will pull them over first.
1. A driver who has somewhere to be knows how to be the second-fastest car on the road, and not be a decoy for someone else.

2. Yeah, I have somewhere to be but I'm not going any faster than 74. That guy who just zoomed past is my decoy.

3. Awesome, a decoy! Let me merge right and let you pass. I'll wave to you on the shoulder in 10 miles.
by Boston Driver April 13, 2013