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Yak Sak Dictionary of Irreverence

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chewy chunder (choo-ee chuhn-der) n. [Yak Sak staff], vomit with a particularly thick texture. (House that chewy chunder in a Yak Sak bag).

chunder (chuhn-der) n. [], [Australian], a common Australian euphemism for vomit. The term is a derivation of "watch under", which was supposedly shouted out by upper-deck passengers on emigrant ships, before vomiting over the rails to the peril of those below. (Yak Sak bags are chunder seeking receptacles).

chunder blunder (chuhn-der bluhn-der) n. [Yak Sak staff], vomit that is not contained in a receptacle or the toilet. (Use a Yak Sak bag so that you don't have a chunder blunder).

chunder box (chuhn-der boks) n. [Yak Sak staff], another name for a barf bag. The term "chunder" is a common Australian euphemism for vomit. The term is a derivation of watch under, which was supposedly shouted out by upper-deck passengers on emigrant ships, before vomiting over the rails to the peril of those below. (Yak Sak bags make excellent chunder boxes).

chunder down under (chuhn-der doun uhn-der) n. [Yak Sak staff], vomit on the sidewalk or on the floor at or beneath someone's feet. The term "chunder" is a common Australian euphemism for vomit. The term is a derivation of watch under, which was supposedly shouted out by upper-deck passengers on emigrant ships, before vomiting over the rails to the peril of those below. (Yak Sak bags can be instrumental in reducing chunder down under throughout the world).

chunk-o-rama (chuhnk-oh-ram-uh) n. [Yak Sak Staff], 1. A chain-reaction multiple person vomiting event brought on by a first vomiter being seen, heard, or smelled by others. 2. Vomit brought on by one too many visits to the all-you-can-eat buffet. (A Yak Sak bag would come in awfully handy at a chunk-o-rama).

cool tool (kool tool) n. [Yak Sak staff], an ice pack used in emergency situations where a Yak Sak bag is used to hold the ice therein. (It's a great idea to have a Yak Sak bag in a gym bag or first aid kit so it can be used as an emergency cool tool).

cruise ship drip (krooz ship drip) n. [Yak Sak staff], 1. vomit brought on by sea sickness. (It's always a great idea to take a supply of Yak Sak bags along on any cruise to capture cruise ship drip). 2. that last bit of vomit brought on by sea sickness that dangles from the mouth and requires the mouth to be wiped off. (Yak Sak bags have a pass through pocket that can house a towelette for removing that dangling cruise ship drip).