Party at the Breakwater
a south florida term meaning to not pay to attend a party but to enjoy its music from dancing within earshot. the term arose from young people on south beach not paying for the more exclusive parties and clubs at the cleavelander or the edison, and instead getting jiggy at the neighboring unopened breakwater hotel. the term can be applied to any scenario where one does not pay to enjoy their party music.
danny: “oye, are you going to ultra?”
ricky: “h-ll yeah!”
danny: “you scored tickets?!?!?!?”
ricky: “no, i’m gonna party at the breakwater from the metromover station! dale!”
a despicable human being that frequents the old jackie 2000 or mama raven phone/chat lines in syracuse ny. the female versions are usually much younger than they tell you and the males are usually much older than they state. the majority of the partyliner males are in their 40’s and are looking to hookup with […]
- party ninja
n. a person who loves to dance, eat, drink, and party with all their friends. this person is highly social and seems to know everyone @ the party. they show up at a good time, usually appearing suddenly without making an entrance. because of their popularity, they are often invited to multiple parties at once. […]
- party people
party people: collective noun for group of people. sometimes used sarcastically to refer to people who under no circ-mstances would party, eg. drivers from ma. come on party people, learn to drive.
- Pasta girl
a girl who is so wonderful and beautiful that all you want to do is make her dinner, preferably pasta with spices. s-xual acts may ensue, but the primary goal is to take care of her and make her delicious, delicious pasta. ted: corm, come down to the op, there are so many pasta girls. […]
- past perpendicular
adjective | differing in nature from what is ordinary, usual, or expected; odd.