meat wagon


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meat wagon

n. an ambulance. The meat wagon showed up just as they were pulling what was left of Marty out of what was left of her car.
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they do not need a boxing ring to settle it, they need a meat wagon.
Usually my day consists of throwing the alarm clock at the wall; catching the 6:06 Meat Wagon to work and slogging away for 12 hours before falling asleep on the Meat Wagon back.
Chad said: "We've got two tour buses, the broccoli bus and the meat wagon.
They were sitting in a broken-down meat wagon when he asked her to marry him.
And then it's a rattling 35 minute journey on the meat wagon, with all the other pour souls travelling to the sausage factory for another thankless day at work.
A pleasant ditty would be a welcome distraction as the meat wagon trundles along the tracks taking the miserable commuters to another thankless day at the Sausage factory.
And I've seen more sights I'd call "sublime" being thrown into a meat wagon in Runcorn town centre at 3am on a Sunday morning.
It's bad enough sitting next to grim-faced commuters but at least we all feel each other's pain and can sit in relati ve silence as the meat wagon chugs its way along, taking the rats back to the suburbs before the next day's race begins.
How appropriate they arrived in a frozen meat wagon with their soft furnishings smelling of "eau de pork chop", because that's how one of the family makes his exit.