1.) A slang term used to tell somone to set up billiard balls for playing.
2.) The frist words said by many southern babies. Thought to be caused by the combination of Jack Daniels and having sex on a pool table at the time of conception.
1.) Hey Mike wanna play a game of eight ball?
Mike: Sure go ahead and rack em.
2.) "rack em"
Mother: hear that Cletus? Little bubba jus speaked his first words.
The subaru BRAT. (Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter) Possibly the toughest Jap. pickup truck next to the Toyota Tacoma. More like a light truck or el camino. Sold in america from 1978 to 1987. It had a 1.8L Flat four engine and 4x4 drivetrain. Apparently pretty popular in australia. It is a predecessor of the Subaru Baja
An old subaru Brat equipped with a lifted suspension, front brush guard, Heavy duty tires, and a roof rack, you have the perfect vehicle for offroading
To defecate. Can be used by either a man or woman, but is more funny when used by a man.
"scuse me, wheres the can? I gotta go lay an egg"
A group of police that drive fast, un-marked cars(usually impounds) such as Mustangs, Corvettes, Chargers, or even exotics such as Ferrari's, Porches and Lamborghini's.
Their main purpose is to catch speeders and street racers, though they will often assist other officers during traffic stops, accidents or spot checks.
Though many jurisdictions have used impounded sports cars as special duty patrol cars, the Wolfpack has its origins with the Tampa Police Department. They were the first department to specifically assign such vehicles to select officers with specific orders to target speeders.
Think twice before you race that mustang, he might be in the wolfpack.