noload
 n.— «Since it took me about ten minutes to get down there, I knew from the start that the probability of a noload was high. A noload, by the way, is cab parlance for wasting the cab driver’s time by taking a hike before the cab shows up.» —“Inexplicable Tear Jerker” by Mickcormicus (thejedimaster) in Madison, Wisconsin Confessional Nov. 5, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)