toolie


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toolie

(ˈtuːlɪ)
n
slang Austral (in Australia) an adult who gatecrashes the Schoolies Week celebrations, esp one who makes sexual advances towards students
[C21: from tool (sense 7) + schoolie]
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Hours later, the deputies responded to South Lake High School in Groveland, Lake County, after a student claimed he had bumped into one of his peers on the sidewalk outside the school, who told him, "Yo, I got a toolie."
Toolie Gooch, West Franklin Street, was one of the seven soldiers of the Caribbean defense area selected to attend the Pan-American premiere of Deanna Durbin's new film, "Hers to Hold," presented at the Army Post Theater of Corozal, C.Z.
The Under 8s pulled off a great win against a strong West Bowling side, with good debuts from Michael and Steven Toolie.
There was three feet of slush where we walked, and now I don't see it any more," says Jimmie Toolie, the village elder of Savoonga, on St.
The tail could be raised quickly without worrying about the airplane darting for the toolies. The Xtreme broke ground in short order--the wide-chord, three-blade MT prop doing a nice job of converting horsepower to thrust.
I wasn't even a town kid, and was reared out in the toolies, five miles to the east, on the banks of the Bayou Bonne Idee.