10月 11
N. A person who rides on the shoulder of the road

(To road parrot)- when one rides on the shoulder of the road, so to avoid long lines and traffic.
Dude, fuck traffic, time to road parrot!
作者 Jose b 2006年10月08日
10月 10
To have a one-on-one contest, usually on the basketball court, but sometimes fisticuffs.
"If you think you're so good, let's go ones on the court and I'll school you."
作者 Sam Kornfield 2006年10月09日
10月 9
to have an embarassing (probably sexual) IM conversation made public
Have you seen Liz today?

No, I think she's hiding out.

What happened?

Somebody posted her cybers with Todd all over campus-- she totally got foleyed.
作者 pflug 2006年10月07日
10月 8
To pour an alcoholic drink on the ground in tribute, typically to respect a dead or incarcerated friend. The drink symbolizes one which should have been enjoyed by the absent person.
After Jim died, his friends decided to pour one out whenever they drank together, in honor of his memory.

"One for me, and one for my fallen homies," Chris said, as he poured one out.
作者 RightWhereItsAt 2006年9月24日
10月 7
A command given to someone who needs to get his or her shit together. In a sports context, often said to one whose head isn't in the game, or who is playing erratically. In social situations, said to someone who is acting really strange or being embarrassing.
Joe: "Shit, this bar is never this crowded on a Wednesday... what are all these girls doing here? Looks like we picked a good night to come out."
Dwight: "Damn, look at the tits on these girls over here."
Hot Girl: "I heard that, you fucking creep."
{Joe angrily pulls Dwight aside.}
Joe: {pointing his finger in Dwight's face} "Hey, look at me. You lock it up. Don't be a liability tonight."
Dwight: "Alright, alright. Honest mistake."
作者 Fitterer 2006年1月19日
10月 6
To keep your composure even in the most adverse and drunken circumstance.
Dude I need to maintain or I won't make it to the next bar.
作者 dannyfoskey 2003年2月07日
10月 5
People who wander around aimlessly and always seem to get in your way in stores and supermarkets, chatting on their cell phones and paying no attention to their surroundings.
I would have been here ten minutes earlier if I hadn't been stuck behind that meanderthal.
作者 dswenson 2006年6月04日

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