Every turnpike has a tollbooth.........ergo.....gimme your wallet.
by Arizonalady June 22, 2010
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A chickenhead; a gold-digging woman; hooker; whore; a woman who only dates men for their money and or favors from a man's power or position
She's nothing more than a turnpike. She has wide, open lanes, but her road(s) are still damaged.
by Krieger May 10, 2007
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The act of a girl bending over really low when dancing on a guy. The girl is to get really low and grind her ass on the guys crouch and bend her head down, while keeping her back straight.
This girl I was dancing with last night got really low on me, I screamed shes turnpiking
by Mayor of Auburn February 23, 2011
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An expedient vehicle maneuver used when one needs to defecate immediately (typically a code brown diarrhea emergency) so one is forced to pull to the side of the road. Pull far enough off on the right shoulder and slightly angle the front of the car toward the road. Open the passenger door and no one can see you from in front or behind thus enabling the pooper to squat and lose his bowels in complete privacy.
Dude, I’m gonna’ shit myself! Pull an Ohio Turnpike NOW!!!!!
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A long highway the stretches from the West Virginia border to the New Jersey state line. It takes about 5 hours with no stops to cross it. When you first get on, you pass through Washington, Pa. Later on, after the exit for Altoona you go through 4 tunnels and end up in Harrisburg. Here, it is only another 2 hours to the border. After 1 hour more, the rest is Philadelphia suburbs, nothing to see there.
Travis: What are you doing this weekend?
Colton: I'm driving over to New Jersey
Travis: You must be taking the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Colton: I sure am.
by Gackle June 27, 2011
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Union Turnpike is a thoroughfare stretching across central and eastern Queens in New York City. Initially designed as a toll road, it takes a straight-arrow path from Kew Gardens Hills towards Glen Oaks on the Queens-Nassau border. At the time, Union Turnpike traveled through relatively undeveloped areas, serving as a border between the towns of Flushing and Jamaica. Though both towns were absorbed into New York City in 1898, the division is evident today in the addresses. Buildings on the north side begin with a 113- ZIP code, indicating Flushing, and buildings to the south begin with a 114-.

Prior to the construction of Grand Central Parkway in the 1930s, Union Turnpike was heavily used, and developed businesses throughout its length. Among the landmarks found along the turnpike are Forest Park, Queens Borough Hall, St. John's University, Creedmoor Psychiatric Center, and the Queens County Farm Museum. The turnpike crosses into Nassau County at the city's easternmost point, 271st Street, entering the village of New Hyde Park.

With the exception of a section in Glendale, most of Union Turnpike consists of four traffic lanes divided by a narrow concrete median. The Glendale section contains a wide mall with trees, and in Kew Gardens, the turnpike acts as a service road for the Jackie Robinson Parkway rising dramatically above the Long Island Rail Road, before dipping below Queens Boulevard. Between Kew Gardens and the city line, the Q46 bus line travels along Union Turnpike.

Union Turnpike runs parallel to the Grand Central Parkway for much of it's stretch. In fact, it intersects with the parkway twice.
by NYC Metalhead November 20, 2006
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