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35 definitions by Frank Booth

 
15.
a slang language spoken in Boonville, California
Boonters speak Boontling
von Frank Booth 1. Januar 2005
 
16.
a really crazy bitch who is a lesbian and a postmodern anti-feminist.

has been described as Ayn Rand on mushrooms
Camille Paglia, you are one crazy bitch.
von Frank Booth 14. Januar 2005
 
17.
A tune Sir Paul McCartney wrote when he was sixteen, and in which he appeared to see his future with eerie precognition.

In the song, he asks, "Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm sixty-four?" And now that he's sixty-four, we conveniently have our answer - a resounding NO! He and his wife, Heather Mills, are history, fo sho.
I stayed out till quarter of three and she locked the door. I knew that would happen when I wrote "When I'm Sixty-Four." - Sir Paul
von Frank Booth 17. März 2007
 
18.
1) a lickspittle, a toady

2) one who cooperates with tyrrany.
Y'all think y'all're tough like your cowboy prez, but y'all just a buncha jackbootlickers.
von Frank Booth 3. Januar 2005
 
19.
a song and a dance with specific steps written and sung by an Atlanta wedding dj named Ted. He developed this dance because he didn't have enough participation songs on his playlist. He needed one that even idiots could do.
Okay everybody. Gather round. Quiet please! Okay! Now, if I can have the bride up front and all bridesmaids to the left of her, I'm gonna show you the BRIDE SLIDE!
von Frank Booth 1. Januar 2005
 
20.
children, redneck lingo, sometimes used before the word "kids"
And I gotta feed them yardape kids.
von Frank Booth 3. Januar 2005
 
21.
a non-word. It arose from media haze in 1989, during the "Central Park Jogger" case. It supposedly means marauding in search of ultra-violence, but the media made it sound like it was already urban slang, when it was not. The word did not exist till the jogger thing.

ANYWAY, the youths who were supposedly "wilding" were all innocent anyway. The whole thing really stank, big time.

"Wilding" is a non-word.
von Frank Booth 10. April 2006