keg party


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keg party

n. a party where liquor, especially beer, is served. The keg party ended early owing to the arrival of uninvited nabs.
See also: keg, party
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He finds Bush "humorously bumbling" and "tenuously engaged" -- "a college freshman bound for a keg party.
One ad shows young people dancing on Scotchgard-protected carpet in a living room and reads, "This carpet has made it through countless birthday parties, two graduations and a keg party you never knew about.
Even House Speaker Thomas Finneran quipped at one point that the session sounded like a keg party.
At a recent keg party, student Karl Harris was already lamenting the possible end of a way of life, as his frat brothers played beer pong (when a ping pong ball lands in a cup of beer, the player must drink it).
To create your own slug keg party, pour some flat beer into a pie pan and place it in your garden near the slug trails.
Today, Saddam's page on MySpace is eerily devoid of the whimsical photos that adorned his much-visited site including those of him enjoying a raucous keg party, shots of his new tattoo, pics with celebs Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Kato Kaelin of O.
On the title track, "Crazy Clown Time," Lynch crashes the keg party of the damned where there are liquor-drenched, sexually depraved and psychotically dangerous shenanigans aplenty.
Like a sonic summer vacation, this band tackles the Big Themes of being 17 in the suburbs: the rush of total invincibility, the significance of one stupid pivotal moment, the jamming of tongues into mouths against a chain-link fence on the outskirts of the keg party.