from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A roasted potato.
- n. Canadian Slang A small bottle of liquor, shaped to fit in a pocket.
- n. Slang A Mickey Finn.
- idiom take the mickey out of Chiefly British To tease or mock (someone).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A small bottle of liquor, holding 375 ml or 13 oz., typically shaped to fit in one's pocket.
- n. A Mickey Finn; a beverage, usually alcoholic, that has been drugged.
- n. American depression era term for a potato as in a "roasted mickey".
- n. piss, shortened and more commonly used form of Mickey Bliss.
I think "mickey" is New Zealander for "syringe filled with homeless junky vomit and yoohoo"
Without ACORN busing in mickey mouse and registering dead people to vote the democrats will have a very tough time in 2010.
Without ACORN busing in mickey mouse and registering dead people to vote the democrats will have a very tough time in 2010
One mickey is equal to the smallest detectable amount that a computer mouse can move.
Some of my cronies complain about felt recoil from my .35 Whelen when I slip them a "mickey" of a 250 grain bullet.
My four year old was looking at these with me - and she did not say "mickey" once!
I looked at maps of their operations in Arizona and Carlsbad online and they look kind of mickey mouse.
Sometimes we were lucky enough to get a "mickey" (a fire roasted potato) for everyone of the "gang".
I also think that Morrison was only able to get away with the title because Americans do not realise that "mickey" is a slang term for a man's instrument.
In the TV commercial they do show mom making fried eggs in some kind of mickey mold, but no word if that is included with the eggs.
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