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6 definitions by Dudebun

 
1.
A term used at summer camp to denote the practice of sneaking off to perform sexual acts, usually intercourse.
I totally left my cabin with my co-counsellor and took off in the motor boat with the super-hot sailing instructor who toured me around Lake Koshlong.
Dudebun가 작성 2004년 06월 22일 (화)
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2.
A condition of heightened anxiety and short temperedness brought on by a combination of frustration, long-drive induced claustrophobia, fatigue and lack of cold beer. Dubbed after a nickname of Winnipeg, Manitoba where the condition was first formally documented.
Actual Transcript of initial case of the Peg, summer 2006:

Index Case(IC): "Winnipeg sucks!"

Innocent bystanders (IB): "Oh man Jenny is getting the Peg, we gotta pull over and get some beer into her."

IC:"How dare you accuse me of getting Peggish!"

IB: "Easy now, don't Peg out...look, see? A Boston Pizza, they have a patio and beer. Pull over."
Dudebun가 작성 2007년 12월 05일 (수)
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3.
kyfe jam, 1. Traditionally, a phrase used to denote a bad party

2. Recently, acknowledgement of exceptionally bad news or a very poor turn of events

1. "This is a kyfe jam, let's bizounce."
2. "Did you hear that Chauff got deported from Korea?"
"Yeah dude, that's a kyfe jam."
Dudebun가 작성 2006년 06월 08일 (목)
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4.
Similar to an Irish Goodbye, or a Polish Goodbye in that a person aims to leave a party or bar without saying goodnight or goodbye, except in the Czech version the person announces that they will be performing an Irish or Polish Goodbye.
"I'm wasted. Ok everybody, I'm doing a Czech Goodbye."
*leaves*
dudebun가 작성 2010년 01월 21일 (목)
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5.
When a person leaves a party or bar without saying goodbye. The same as an Irish Goodbye.
"I just saw your ladyfriend getting into a cab."
"What? I thought she was just going to the bathroom."
"Ah, the Polish Goodbye."
dudebun가 작성 2010년 01월 21일 (목)
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6.
Similar to an Irish Goodbye, in that one leaves a party or bar without saying goodbye but with one difference: the person leaving steals something on their way out.
"Chilly pulled an Irish Goodbye at my house last night"
"Are you missing anything?"
"Yeah! An Xbox controller"
"That's no Irish goodbye, that's a Ukrainian Goodbye."
dudebun가 작성 2010년 01월 21일 (목)
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