52 definitions by JakeStar

Loose cans or bottles of beer, as opposed to those in a package.
"I cant fit this 30 rack into my backpack!"

"No worries! Ditch the box and fill up your backpack with loosies!"
Por JakeStar 12 de octubre de 2005
tag
v. "Tagging" is the act of delivering a quick, sharp, blow to the scrotum. A well placed tag will leave the victim rolling on the ground, clenching his testicles in agony, possobly even vomiting.

Beleive it or not, some people find the pastime of tagging entertaining.
I was just standing there minding my own buissiness, when wouldn't you know it, he comes up from behind and tags me!
Por JakeStar 28 de abril de 2005
bc
Boston College

Is not a college, nor is it in Boston. It is a university and it is in Chestnut Hill.
After BC beat Notre Dame, there was a riot.
Por JakeStar 27 de abril de 2005
One of the worst comics in the newspaper, second only to The Family Circus. The setting always consists of the same countertop, and involves Garfield eating food or smacking a spider with a rolled up newspaper.
Shit like Garfield is adored by the masses, while The Boondocks is yanked from papers because it might offend some white people.
Por JakeStar 25 de abril de 2005
Yet another name for diarrhea.
"Where's Doug? He was supposed to be here an hour ago!"

"He said something about stopping at Taco Bell. He must have gotten the Big D."
Por JakeStar 10 de febrero de 2006
As any know-it-all 15 year old will tell you, the swastika was originally an anicent Hindu symbol of good fortune and prosperity. However, it was used reletivly recently by the nazis and is still used by various hate groups. One would have to be very foolish to use the swastika with the anicient connotations. Would you wear a swastika armband to wish everyone else good luck?
"Intellectual" 15 year old-I have a swastika drawn on my comp book because it used to be an ancient symbol of good stuff.

Senseable Person-But now its a symbol of the Nazis, racism, and bigotry, and is offensive to millions around the world. Besides, its not like the swastika has had its meaning "reclaimed". Get rid of it before people think that you are actually a Nazi.
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Think of it this way: Cadillacs used to be symbols of youth and wealth. Now they are symbols of old age. Does driving a Caddy make people think that you are young and rich? No, usually people see a Caddy and imagine that some old person is driving it. Same basic idea.
Por JakeStar 23 de enero de 2006
It may be a bastardization of English-English, but the majority of English speakers live in America. If you went the majority, American English is the proper form of English.
There are some 508 million English speakers in the world, and some 280 million of them live in the USA.
Por JakeStar 03 de mayo de 2005

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