2 definitions by porch punk

a term describing people or things that are old, whether in a chronological sense or in theory. The connotation can be cast either good or bad light... but it's mostly bad. It's usually used to describe grumpy old people but it can also describe some events and social climates.
I had breakfast at Bob Evans, the ratio of old balls to other people there is about 12:1.
автор: porch punk 7 июня 2011
A city in Northeast Ohio that used to be a haven for high school football, but now runs rampant with dbags, and 80's football alumni who still wear their mid-drift mesh jerseys around town, still expecting preferrential treatment, particularly at cash advance businesses. The only cool people in the town are the really, really old people because they used to work, but now the town is filled with lazy welfare recipients so busy buying food at long john silvers that they can't possibly find time to work there.

When the Football team does well in the playoffs, it is usually because some player transferred from a surrounding school district and convinced at least three others to go along with him.
Dbag 1: "I've waited my whole life to play QB for the Massillon"

Dbag 2: "I heard you weren't going to be any good, so I transferred in so I could start over you."
автор: porch punk 25 августа 2014

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