How To Talk like a Heap Hunter!

Chapter: Out of it!

Idiocy

definition: as if on a timer, seemingly all local pleasure boaters fire up their jet-skis etc. and do laps around the lake like the Indy-500, at the exact time such imbecility is permitted.*

*Note: this makes the lake unfishable

Soft Idiocy

definition: Remedial canoeing, pleasure boating, and other close encounters with imbecility on the waterfront

heaperbole

definition: heaphunters.com

“Sittin’ on the dock of Boyd Duckett…”

definition: useless delirium by Baker in the no-bite based on “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay.”

Smoky Robinson

definition: hideous fumes from the trash commission’s gas motor

Double Skin

definition: getting cutoff by two cars at once

Delirium

definition: 1. evoked by excessive summer heat, this condish resorts in poor concentration, bad assessments, and over analysis (fielding) of personal situations

2. this entire exchange, resorting from intense cabin fever

example: delirium-calling female interests from the waterfront on cell phones

Delirium

Derividactory

definition: the original source initiative of something (derivation)

example: “Alot of companies make spooks these days, but Heddon is the original derividactory.”

Out

definition: 1. statement made when one hangs up phone

2. jazz lingo for something out of the ordinary and weird

example: Icanelli “taking it out” in the boat

out

Piss on this spot

definition: urinating on a hot spot that is not producing

What is he

Lee Konitz (leak-on-its)

definition: same as ‘piss on this spot’

Brokeback Style

definition: Delirious streaking in underwear

Bass brokeback style after diving into the drink to save a Large

Brokeback Stylings

definition: The condish of Bass Evans, 07’ when he pulled back muscles while lifting weights

What Did I

definition: I did

What Would’ve

definition: I would’ve

What are ya out of it?

Baker out of it, winter 2009

definition: Question based on an absurd action

What am I

definition: typical response

What am I not

definition: another typical response.

example 1: What am I? I’m a human being.

example 2: What is it? It’s an object.

What would I

definition: what would I

Would ja?

definition: would you?