a fast food place with good burgers and fries and colas, the bun is really fresh
"i think checkers is the best fast food"
"checkers has the best fries"
"my favorite fast food place is checkers
by c_tina_x April 28, 2008
a "Burgers-Fries-Cola" joint found in DC, MD, and VA(possibly in other east coast cities). Quite possibly the best burgers and fries you can get short of being gourmet... beware, they are really big, and really greasy.
Person #1: Do you want to go to McDonalds or Arby's?
Person #2: Nah, let's go to Checkers.
by carmen November 6, 2003
a game of epic, almost war-like, proportions. much more than moving a few little pieces around a board... this is the game of champions. notable features of the game include: Saint Jackolas, kingage and an abundance of references to being "on", like Donkey Kong. preferred past-time of Mr.T, William Shatner and the late Barry White.
"simply the greatest game ever created, god outdid himself with this creation" -Rob McLean, checkers hero, close friend of David Dickinson and Saint Jackolas hater
by failure33object April 26, 2005
A fun old game played traditionally between two people.
We had a competitive game of checkers.
by larstait October 29, 2003
masterbaiting and some times including ejaculation on something.
Ex 1:
person 1: "hey what were u doing in the bath room"
person 2: "just a quick game of chekers"

ex 2:
person 1:"ya boi!! i played checkers all over her face"
person 2: "you get any in her eye?"
by Nacho Montez May 9, 2006
Checkers is for pussy's.

You wanna play a man's game, play chess!
self explanatory
by Freddy March 10, 2004
Checkers was in the 50s, (at the time) Vice-President Nixon's dog. He used the dog, a cocker spaniel I think, to cover up a blatent lie. Basicly, he tried to tell the world a soppy story about his dog to make them feel sorry for him and put him in a more favorable light than he was ultimatly burned out of office by.
"Checkers is my cute little dog." It could probably also be used as a verb. "Man, don't talk checkers to me!"
by Tony Kessler August 24, 2006