1. slow-cooked roast beef usually served with peppers or giardinera on italian bread, sometimes dipped in gravy. has nothing to do with italy, but very popular in chicago. not to be confused with philly cheese-steak.
2. a complaint or argument offered by an italian-american.
3. the p-n-s of an italian-american male. see italian sausage.
1. when i go by my ma’s i always get italian beef.
2. my sister-in-law always has some italian beef.
3. i got your italian beef right here.
muscular, s-xy, hariy italian man.
there was a lot of italian beef at the beach.
hookey of the bull variety. a word for “sh-t” that you are allowed to say in front of your grandmother. it’s such nonsense! such bull-hookey!
the gentlemans reference to cocaine, originating from the upper cl-ss drinking establishments of maidstone, kent. “excuse me my dear, would it be very rude if i was to ask if i could blow some clappeliam up your -rs- ?”
- toronto blue jays
the only foreign base ball team to have won the world series. they did it back in 1992 and 1993. first of all they did record sell outs, so if i were south of the border and didn’t watch jays baseball i wouldn’t be talking about our attendance because you’re never here to see it. […]
short for 5-26, which is short for e-z, the 5th and 26th letters in the alphabet, respectively. generally used in reference to those of the female gender. check it … these b-tch-s are 526 fly. code term meaning that a girl is easy. 5 being the fifth word in the roman alphabet (e) and 26 […]
a b-tt sniffer. bridget ward is a b-mdiffliesniffle.