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  • n. A bivouac sack
  • n. The location of a bivouac
  • v. To camp in a bivouac


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  • A stylish container in which one stores one's perceived coolness. As in:

    Person 1: "Hey John, isn't that new campstove nice."

    Person 2: "You don't even know what a campstove is! I keep my campstove in my bivy, and it whispers your name like wolfgang puck."


    Person 1: "Hey John, my girlfriend suggested that we all go bowling tonight."

    Person 2: "You don't even know what girlfriends are! I keep my girlfriends in my bivy, and that is where we go bowling too."

    December 18, 2006