a gilpin is a term for “sucker” or “chump” that dates from as early as the 1910s but rarely appears in the modern century. consider this line from
1) james cagney’s taxi driver friend in the roaring twenties (1939): “to long island it’s fifteen dollars for the wise guys, 30 dollars for the gilpins.”
2) cagney, upon realizing he was naive, says, “i was a such a gilpin.”
the creature;the night predator;
gilpin crawls threw the night
noun: liquid or semi-solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels; person who smells bad and is covetess of money and or property.
i wouldn’t go in there for a while, i just dropped a nasty gilpin.
you took my change off the counter. what a filthy gilpin!
- engineering center hot
a term used to described females that appear attractive on a university campus’s engineering center, but if they were compared to females of another building on campus then they would only be seen as average. her? yeah she’s engineering center hot.. but if she were back at the main campus then she would be nothing. […]
- fat nooner
a term for popping a wheelie, usually on a motorcycle, and usually performed by a motobro. not as dank as a fat -ss nooner. i’ll be rippin fat nooners all over town soon as i get my gixxer
- dirty gamble
a “dirty gamble” is an instance where a betting or gambling situation is created with set rules. and after the game is created and the bet and/or wager is made, the rules are changed. hey i won the 4th quarter on the super bowl squares, where is my money. i’m sorry i told everyone that […]
when you forget the n in pencil can you give me my pecil
fat f-cker. dalpinder is a fat f-cker