A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Yak Sak Dictionary of Irreverence

H.

hammer spam (ham-er spam) n. [Yak Sak staff], vomit brought on by riding the "Hammer." (You can ride the "Hammer" with confidence if you carry a YAK SAK bag in your pocket while at an amusement park).

Huggies home (huhg-geez hohm) n. [Yak Sak Staff], a receptacle for receiving a soiled diaper. (YAK SAK bags work perfectly as a Huggies home for disposing of soiled diapers).

Huggies house (huhg-geez hous) n. [Yak Sak Staff], a receptacle for receiving a soiled diaper. (YAK SAK bags work perfectly as a Huggies house for disposing of soiled diapers).

hurl (hurl) n. [Traditional], 1. vomit. 2. to vomit. (Every good hurl deserves a YAK SAK bag).

hurl helper (hurl hel-per) n. [Yak Sak staff], a receptacle for containing vomit. ( A YAK SAK bag is a wonderful hurl helper).

hurl swirl (after riding the scrambler) (hurl swurl) n. [Yak Sak staff], vomit brought on by riding the "Scrambler." (What a brilliant idea it is to carry a YAK SAK bag in your pocket if you plan to ride the Scrambler while at the state fair).

hurl whirl (after riding the tilt-a-whirl) (hurl wurl) n. [Yak Sak Staff], vomit brought onby riding a tilt-a-whirl. (Two tilt-a-whirl rides in a row will likely crreate a hurl whirl and a need for a YAK SAK bag.)