to -ssert his power over his residents, said resident -ssistant will lock the hall kitchen for no reason.
1. a kitchen that is off-limits, unless you are in power, or a v-g-n- talking to the man in power.
2. a room that gets locked for no reason
3. a wrongful exploitation of someone with inferior authority.
authority: (to girls trying to enter the kitchen) sorry girls, but that room is locked to all.
girls: can we please use it!?!? we both have v-g-n-s and will talk to you if you let us!
authority: you shoulda said that from the start!!
man: so i accidentally 1st west gelston kitchenette’d my dorm room last night, since the girl i brought back was prude and didn’t put out…
brother 1: dude… i don’t want to do the dishes…. brother 2…. do them for me, or i’ll beat you!
brother 2: mom!! brother 1 is trying to 1st west gelston kitchenette me into doing his ch-r-s!
- pull a tranzit
the act of getting absolutely p-ss-d drunk, then playing a decent set, yet remembering nothing except p-ssing out at the back of the stage. don’t worry about your set later. just pull a tranzit and you’ll be fine!
- pulled a darryl
to blow it in a big way or to make an obviously avoidable mistake (originating from the bob newhart show, “hi, i’m larry, this is my brother darryl, and this is my other brother darryl.”) “les, your post-drinking, late night snack encounter broke our toaster, you just pulled a darryl!”
- pulled a diggs
flying a remote control airplane (usually a glider) so high you loose sight of it and never see it again. or the exact opposite of a lawn dart “diggs” is well known around the large remote control airplane community. even more well know is the fact he has lost 4 of the same remote control […]
- pulled a ouimet
to lose your sh-t. laugh hysterically. to geek out like a mouth breathing window licker. she looked at that cat meme and has been laughing for five minutes straight, she really pulled a ouimet.
- 1t 1b
‘one touch one bounce’ – an adaptation of football ‘keepie uppies’ whereby partic-p-nts form a (rough) circle and continue to kick a football between each other. – partic-p-nt can either strike the ball on the full (volly) or let the ball bounce (however the ball may only bounce once). – any player who fails to […]