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15.
Used in Hawaii as a slang for 'thirty' when telling time.
John Doe: What time you start tomorrow?
Jane Doe: Oh, five turtles, you?
John Doe: Nine turtles, but I get of at 3!
Por Kalikus808 10 de enero de 2011
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16.
girls that are extremely scared of traveling to new york city for a fun night of free transportation, alcohol and high profile parties at some of the best places in new york. they will go back into their shell like turtles after being invited or asking to come hours before.
(John) Hey do you wanna go out to new york city with free bottles and table service at a club with jay-z, beyonce, reggie bush, drake, and other celebrities?

(Jane) yea sounds good let me know

four hours later....

( John) ok were getting ready to leave ru coming?

No response by text or phone and can later be found at a local dive bar.

(John) damn turtles
Por Thuggish Ruggish bonezzz 22 de marzo de 2010
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17.
What happens when you walk around your house in boxers. Also referred to as a tip slip.
I don't think anyone noticed but I opened up all my Christmas presents with a turtle.
Por genegine 14 de octubre de 2006
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18.
The last of the anaspids, they are chelonians.
You don't understand what I said.
Por anonymous 03 de mayo de 2003
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19.
Unofficial term for the compressor in an air-conditioning system or refrigerator/freezer. Resembles a turtle, usually black and has 4 mounts that resemble legs.
Its hot as hell in here...the repair guy said the turtle overheated and seized up again...
Por DieselFag 17 de abril de 2010
7 3
 
20.
When someone's backpack is so big that it makes him/her look like he/she has a turtle shell. Therefore, they are a turtle.
"Dude, why do you look like such a turtle?"
"I have to carry 3 textbooks and 4 binders. Shut up man. It's not my fault."
Por runner_soccer28 08 de febrero de 2010
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21.
This term came about through a very popular cartoon of a helmet topping off a pair of boots to signify the veteran with just a short time left in his enlistment and keeping a REALLY low profile, turtle-like, trying to make it out alive. Among VietNam and older veterans a challenge term by which infantrymen recognized each other.

When a veteran infantryman would meet another veteran, the question would be asked: "Are you a turtle?". To which the challenged veteran would have to either reply "You bet your sweet ass I am!" or have to buy the challenging veteran a drink.
Army veteran: "Are you a turtle?"

Marine veteran: "You bet your sweet ass I am".
Por 19D4L 23 de agosto de 2012
3 1