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bag drag

bag drag
 n.— «At Las Vegas we had a bag drag, airline parlance for an aircraft change.» —“Non Directional Beacon” by Dave Flight Level 390 (Phoenix, Ariz.) Dec. 5, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

monkey board

monkey board  n.— «Thy driver, like Nimshi’s son—/Driveth/Furiously!/And the cad upon the monkey-board/The monkey-board behind/Scorneth the drag—but goes/Downhill like mad.» —by James Parton Parodies and Burlesques (New York...


junk  n.— «Please contact your editor, and kick him/her in the junk for not deleting that.» —“What a drag it is getting old” by Dylan M. Saint Paul Blog (Minn.) June 29, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued...


hotbox v. 1. to smoke marijuana in an enclosed space so that it becomes filled with smoke; 2. to take a long drag or a quick series of drags on a joint or cigarette. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

handbags at ten paces

handbags at ten paces n. a verbal spat, usually between athletes on the field of play. Editorial Note: Probably related to any number of Monty Python sketches which have the actors dressed in drag, battling each other with handbags, such as in...