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e-ticket

noun

  • Not long ago, at Disney World/Land you had to purchase a book of tickets to ride the carnival rides. The tickets were arranged from A to E with E tickets being the most exciting, more wild rides. Hence the term- E-ticket ride meaning a wild, exciting or thrilling experience
    Riding my motorcycle is such an E-Ticket!

    Last edited on Jan 24 2013. Submitted by Dawn L. from Louisville, KY, USA on Jan 01 2004.

  • an incredibly exciting event; a rush
    Going down Lombard Street on my skateboard was a total E-ticket!
    Comes from the days in Disneyland before the park shifted to a single-admission system. In the old days (i.e., 25 years ago) visitors purchased admission and then tickets for the various rides. Different tickets admitted you to different rides, with "A" tickets getting you a ride on the Main Street Trolley or admission to "Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln," while "E" tickets were reserved for the really, really cool rides (bobsleds, Space Mountain, etc.). Though the expression obviously began in Southern California, demographic shifting has pushed its use nationwide -- however, only among those about 35 years old and above, since, alas, people my children's age never had the thrill of experiencing a literal "E" ticket ride.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by John A. from San Antonio, TX, USA on May 07 2005.

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hughie

verb

  • to vomit.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2013. Submitted by Mark from Long Eaton, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, UK on May 07 2005.

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it's a bit black over Bill's Mother's

  • Threatening rain.

    Last edited on Jan 04 1998. Submitted by Bren R. from East Riding of Yorkshire, UK on Jan 04 1998.

  • Threatening rain. There are many variants, e.g. "it's getting black, over the back of bill's mother's"

    Last edited on May 07 2005. Submitted by Mark from Long Eaton, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, UK on May 07 2005.

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jaunt

noun

  • anything
    Hey! Pass me that jaunt!

    Last edited on Sep 24 2004. Submitted by Dan, K. from Maryland, USA on Sep 24 2004.

  • thing.

    Last edited on May 07 2005. Submitted by Anonymous on May 07 2005.

  • an object of any sort
    She grabbed that jaunt right out of my hand.

    Last edited on Jun 14 2005. Submitted by Patrick B. on Jun 14 2005.

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no skin off (one's) teeth

  • no problem/burden
    Yo Johhny can i use your eraser? yeah no skin off (one's) teeth.

    Last edited on Mar 18 2015. Submitted by John A. from San Antonio, TX, USA on May 07 2005.

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pavement pizza

  • vomit on the ground.
    Watch out for the Pavement pizza.
    • See more words with the same meaning: vomit.

    Last edited on Jan 04 1999. Submitted by Aaron B. from Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand on Jan 04 1999.

  • Vomit left on the pavement (sidewalk)
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    Last edited on May 07 2005. Submitted by Mark from Long Eaton, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, UK on May 07 2005.

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