4 definitions by Theresa Quirk

taking a stroll outside
Expect rain if you're out and about.
Por Theresa Quirk 11 de enero de 2006
Word used for refrigerator when it was first avilable. Used frequently just as it's introduction in the 1930's, when more than 2 million Americans owned refrigerators. Preceding those days wooden ice boxes were used with block ice.
Put the milk in the icebox.
Por Theresa Quirk 11 de enero de 2006
Men who are always looking at woman, any woman trying to get attention.
His roaming eyes make him a bad choice for a boyfriend.
Por Theresa Quirk 10 de marzo de 2006
What mom is making tonight that is none of your business until it's on your plate.
What's for dinner, Shit on a shingle!
Por Theresa Quirk 10 de marzo de 2006

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