The areas the goalie must cover are numbered: Glove side high is 1, glove side low is 2, stick side high is 3, stick side low is 4, leaving the 5 hole. Judo flip – a core exercise using a cable machine, in which the cable is held over the shoulder and pulled by bending around, as if performing a judo flip. sour adjective: acid or fermented taste: I think the milk has gone sour from sitting out of the fridge too long. Acting in a silly manner. A touch pass that involves floating the puck over an opposing player's stick like a flying saucer before landing on the ice just before the blade of a teammate's stick. To "light lamp" is therefore to score, and by extension to enjoy success. Shoresy's catchphrase. Men who have had sex with the same woman, on different occasions. U . 10 Ply How 'soft' someone is—5 times as much as 2 ply toilet paper Source Showing or characterized by cheerfulness and lighthearted excitement; merry. Nicknames, euphemisms, or alternative terms that have been used on Letterkenny; many of these terms have been mentioned only once, in passing. This list focuses on terms used by multiple characters or on multiple occasions. Drug Slang: A cigarette or joint that has been dipped in PCP or other chemicals such as embalming fluid that induce a strong high. credit card; bed and breakfast; out-of-town), but in terms of grammar and meaning, they are treated as a single unit. The Royal Canadian Legion, a veterans organization for former members of the Canadian military, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and other police. Although often mentioned, neither the local hall nor any of its members have been depicted on the show. S . Type of fuel used for motors. ; cf. The song was inspired by Davies' memories of his older sister, Rene, who died of a heart attack while dancing at a dance hall. [Scottish use] (the) Sweeney: Noun. How 'soft' someone is—5 times as much as 2 ply toilet paper. A single unit of language, which has meaning and which can be spoken or written, typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed. direct from the hockey tape on one stick to the other. Rachel David and Michelle Mylett, Jared Keeso of Letterkenny explains 10-ply and other slang. See more. Towards the right side (also famous fictional killer) Diddley. (", A cocktail improvised from whatever leftover liquor and mixers are available, also known as donkey punch or jungle juice (, The alcohol is chosen for its alcoholic content, not its taste, hence this term overlaps with drinks that may be known variously as hairy buffalo, trashcan punch, Purple Jesus, and so on, To leave, to be absent from, etc. a player that sits on the bench the whole game between the forwards and defense, acting like a separator like the checkout line at the store. a 10-4 as big as Texas, Having sex (You throwing a lot of hip lately?). Alternate one-arm dumbbell preacher curl – a bicep curl with the upper arm rested on a preacher bench. Meaning Notes 5-hole The space between a goalie's legs Hockey slang. 2. 3. They tend to come about from conversation, and people naturally use words that have a meaning for them, then over time, these words alter and become slang. ; to leave nothing but dust (t, A benchwarmer, a player who sits and collects dust, "For the Boys," doing something for the team, Long hair that "flows" out of the helmet (, From the term used in acrobatics and diving for a reverse rotation while moving forward. the position where the thighs are parallel to the floor). Potato chips flavored with barbecue, ketchup, sour cream and onion, and salt and vinegar. Forced rep – a term for a rep completed with the assistance of a spotter. The areas the goalie must cover are numbered: Glove side high is 1, glove side low is 2, stick side high is 3, stick side low is 4, leaving the 5 hole. Burpee box jump – a lower body plyometric in which the athlete jumps onto a box or step with both feet, then off again, then does a burpee. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold: fresh, cool water; a cool autumn evening. Cartoon character. Brawl; a fight involving more than two people, where serious bodily harm occurs (, Tobacco Slang: Chewing or smokeless tobacco that is consumed by placing the tobacco between the gums and the lips (more commonly the bottom lip and gum), the hockey players are portrayed to do tobacco dip, although they are never seen placing it in their mouths. Lying close grip bar curl on high pulley – a bicep exercise done on a pulley machine in which the lifter, reclining on a bench, curls the bar down towards the head. Flatulence - air biscuit, ass flapper, colon bowling, rectal turbulence, steam pressing your Calvins. H . 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