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35 definitions by Frank Booth

 
1.
1) a fictitious retailer that sells "jerks." 2) a line that one imagines to be the perfect comeback
1) REILLY: The ocean called. They're running outta shrimp.

GEORGE: Oh yeah, Reilly? Well, the jerkstore called. They're running outta you.

REILLY: What's the difference? You're their all-time best
seller!

2)GEORGE: Don't you understand? It's not about him. To have a line as perfect as "jerkstore" and to never use it. I, I couldn't live with myself.

ELAINE: See, there are no jerkstores. It..it's just a little confusing, is all.

GEORGE: It's smart. It's a smart line, and a smart crowd will appreciate it. And, I'm not gonna dumb it down for some bonehead mass audience!
por Frank Booth 12 de Junho de 2006
 
2.
lam
to run, sometimes follows "on the," meaning "on the run." Used by thirties-style gangsters, the same ones who said things like "Let's case the joint, see?"
Kramer: Yeah, he went down at the Beakman. He tried to lam, but they cheesed him.
por Frank Booth 02 de Janeiro de 2005
 
3.
a juvenile code language that changes each syllable into two syllables, thusly, change the initial vowel in each syllable to a short u sound, and start the second syllable with a "b" and the remainder of the original syllable. Ubby dubby was popularized on the PBS kids show "Zoom" in the 70's.
"Chair" in ubby dubby is "chubair."
por Frank Booth 03 de Janeiro de 2005
 
4.
that evil bitch from that Pee-Wee movie who tormented me in my childhood.
Holy Jesus! Nooooooo! It's that bitch, Large Marge!
por Frank Booth 07 de Fevereiro de 2005
 
5.
whatchamacallit, thingamabob, thingy, dingus, doodad, dohickey, etc
It's over there by that...dumaflache.
por Frank Booth 11 de Agosto de 2006
 
6.
a brand of small chocolate-covered mint with a creamy peppermint center.
Kramer: Who's gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It's chocolate, it's peppermint-- it's delicious!
Jerry: That's true.
Kramer: It's very refreshing!
por Frank Booth 01 de Janeiro de 2005
 
7.
A judge in Latham. Massachusetts.

Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza made up the name, which they used whenever they needed to tell a lie involving a non-existent person, or they needed to claim to be someone else.

They were aghast when, in the series finale, they were arrested and hauled before the judge, whose name was actually Art Vandalay.
Court is now in session. The Honorable Judge Art Vandalay presiding.
por Frank Booth 16 de Março de 2007