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helmet

noun

  • a haircut or hair style. Usually used derogatorily.
    Look, she got a new helmet.

    Last edited on Apr 16 2013. Submitted by Elizabeth W. Bromberg from Birmingham, AL, USA on Mar 08 1998.

  • the glans of the penis; HEAD.
    His helmet was huge!
    • See more words with the same meaning: penis.

    Last edited on Jan 01 2000. Submitted by Todd R. from Cape Girardeau, MO, USA on Jan 01 2000.

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like the goose

adjective

  • of good quality. Also used to describe something that one is proud of. Origin: term is an allusion to the fable "The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs," attributed to Aesop. The goose is very valuable.
    This paper is like the goose.

    Last edited on Mar 08 1998. Submitted by Shaun Butler from West Hartford, CT, USA on Mar 08 1998.

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strap on a feedbag

verb

  • to eat. Origin: how horses are fed by strapping bags of feed to their heads so that they can eat.
    I'm hungry, let's go strap on a feedbag.

    Last edited on Apr 07 2013. Submitted by Elizabeth W. from Birmingham, AL, USA on Mar 08 1998.

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strap on a feed-bag

verb

  • to eat a meal; go get something to eat. Origin: the way horses are sometimes fed: by strapping a bag full of food to their head.
    Let's go to McDonald's and strap on a feed-bag.

    Last edited on Apr 07 2013. Submitted by Elizabeth W. Bromberg from Birmingham, AL, USA on Mar 08 1998.

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