This type of person also screws up any pre-planned lunches by taking up a seat or “bucket” in the vehicle. This messes up the number of people originally walking to the car by adding an unknown extra person to sneak a ride in the vehicle. Most of the time the driver is too nice and polite to kick the bucket jockey out of the seat, because it is guaranteed to be a socially awkward confrontation. This results in a quiet and uncomfortable car ride to and from lunch. This word was coined by Taylor Carey and other students from Athens Drive High School.
ridiculous nicholas - “oh word, well then kick him out”
johnny french - “naw man, that’ll be mad awkward”
ridiculous nicholas - “wait, doesn’t he have his own car, shouldn’t he drive himself”
bucket jockey - ...*chirp chirp*
cole - “yo we going to Bo’s today?”
tcarey - “yeah chief, hop in my car”
cole - “oh shoot you already got like four bucket jockeys in there”