1. something the airlines use as an excuse to charge you more.
2. a plastic container with words like ‘chicken and rice’, or ‘cottage pie’ printed on the lid, but which contains nothing that could be mistaken for these things.
3. a potent diarrhetic and/or poison. with this feature, aeroplane food was a key weapon during the cold war.
p-ssenger: “oh stewardess, there’s a rat in my aeroplane food!”
flight stewardess: “no sir, that is your aeroplane food.”
ba, boac and cathay pacific all serve ‘aeroplane food’.
- asian dad driving
an asian dad, frequently born of mainland chinese descent, that drives so intensely that it makes the -n-l sphincter muscles of his p-ssengers contract upwards for the entire duration of the ride. this happens so much in the districts of north burnaby that most people can’t even sh-t right. usual scenario of asian dad driving: […]
to get into one’s pajamas let me pajamize real quick, then i’ll be ready to watch the movie.
a general feeling of laziness or malaise which usually results in wearing one’s pajamas for an extended period of time. in spite of the promise of free drinks and rampant scoring, i didn’t go to the kegger because i was feeling rather pajamic due to my exploits from the previous night.
noun used to describe a person who wears pajamas outside of their home, in a public place, where people wear regular clothes. “let’s go to grocery shopping at wal-mart” = cecilia “no, it’s late and i don’t feel like changing” = janel “don’t change, let’s just go pajamity” = cecilia
- pajamela anderson
one who frequently wears pajamas while out running errands, rather than getting dressed. you’re wearing sweatpants and slippers to the grocery store again? sheesh, throw on some jeans, pajamela anderson!