Washington Irving used our name in his satirical writings and played on the stereotype of cheapness, but ironically it wound up being turned right around into a sort of icon of upper-crust New York society! Don't be fooled by Ward McAllister's Four Hundred; a true Knickerbocker would never waste the bucks on the attire required to enter Mrs. Astor's ballroom.
Woman: Something I learned in art school! It's called the knickerbocker!
(Strange knocking noise)
2.I pushed a knicker bocker, or a hoe, down the Grand Canyon.
3.I am going to has a knicker bocker, sexual intercourse=, with you tomorrow night.
4.Have a knick bocker, wonderful, day.