refers to the practice of letting employees leave work an hour early. the term derives from the military, where supervisors are often not permitted to let their personnel leave early, but are permitted to grant their staff breaks, as long as they are less than 1 hour. on special occasions, a supervisor can work around the prohibition on early excusal by giving the staff a 59-minute break at the very end of the day; thus allowing them to leave about an hour early. the “59-minute rule” is often put into effect on the friday before a three-day weekend.
email to all personnel: the 59-minute rule will be in effect this afternoon. have a safe and happy holiday! -the boss
- 59 fifty
new era fitted cap. the original. flat brimmed with the sticker on it. i was gonna get that hot -ss lid at the game, but it was some fake -ss sh-t. i need that 59 fifty. the trademark cap by new era, usaly sold for around $30. it’s fitted, and most of the time has […]
the number you get when you subtract 1337 (leet) from 7331 (inverse leet): 7331-1337=5994 nerd 1: e=mc^2 nerd 2: that’s so 5994.
- st. onge
(n) the patron st. of refunds st. onge came down from the mountains and the suddenly, the all the refunds that are, were and ever will be were good. cigarette yo man, got a stonge?
- stoned as a wall
often used in northern hill sheep farming communities to express the feeling after inhaling the smoke from a lot of weed.. comes (obviously) from a combination of stoned and stone wall. by eck – sorry l-ss – i was as stoned as a wall last night…
- stockin o sh*te
a rural irish expression to state your lack of interest in a particular subject. liam: hey did you see steve got one of them new iphones? johnny: you know what, i couldn’t give a stockin o sh-t- what that hoor got!