vpFREE Advanced Games + Machines Search. Find the best video poker game for you using our advanced search page. 's Slang Dictionary. At Capone's Dinner & Show, our staff commonly uses slang terms from the prohibition era. We've included some of these terms and phrases here so that you could brush up on your 's slang prior to coming to our show. Public restrooms serve as both a creative playground for horrible people, and also as an outlet for those who like wrecking a place. Beware: it's dangerous in there. % of the craps taken in a public restroom are diarrhea. The extra ten percent are the ones that wind up outside of the toilet.
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We've included some of these terms and phrases here so that you could brush up on your 's slang prior to coming to our show. Get into the era Some of these terms have been used on products we offer in our Gift Shop.
Be sure to check it out prior to the show, or after the evening is done! To hear the following 's slang used proficiently, come see the show. From the minute you arrive, you'll be interacting with our gang in character all of the time. Can you keep up with them? Study up and make reservations to find out! A person, can be said to either a man or a woman Bangtails: Talk Be on the nut: To be broke Bean-shooter: An extraordinary person, thing or idea. Nose Behind the eight ball: In a difficult position, in a tight spot Bent Cars: Someone of importance and influence Big House: Chronic wanderers, migratory harvest workers, and lumber jacks.
Jailhouse talk for solitary confinement Bird: Prison sentence Blip off: Leave Blow one down: A safe or a bar Box job: A safecracking Brace somebody: Grab, shake up Bracelets: Handcuffs Break it up: Stop that, quit the nonsense Breeze: To leave, breeze off: Tough guy, enforcer Bucket: Plainclothes railroad cops; uniformed police; prison guards Bum's rush, To get the: To be kicked out Bump: To talk about nothing worthwhile Bump off: Fire a gun Bus: Big car Butter and egg man: The money man, the man with the bankroll, a yokel who comes to town to blow a big wad in nightclubs Button: Face, nose, end of jaw Button man: Looks person up, comes to persons door Buzzer: Inform the police Can: Jail, Car Can house: Safecracker who opens cheap safes Canary: Woman singer Carry a Torch: Suffering from an unrequited love.
Something splendid or stylish Cat's Pajamas: Put things away, hide Chew: Punch on the jaw Chinese squeeze: Grafting by skimming profits off the top Chippy: Woman of easy virtue Chisel: To swindle or cheat Chiv: Knife, "a stabbing or cutting weapon" Chopper squad: Men with machine guns Chump: Close-mouthed clammed up Clean sneak: An escape with no clues left behind Clip joint: In some cases, a nightclub where the prices are high and the patrons are fleeced Clipped: Shot Close your head: Confidence game, swindle Conk: To knock out Cooler: Detective, even a private one Copped, to be: Grabbed by the cops Copper: Bourbon "corn liquor" Crab: Escaped from jail Cut down: None too masculine Dame: To be hanged Dangle: Leave, get lost Daylight, as in "fill him with daylight": Put a hole in, by shooting or stabbing Deck, as in "deck of Luckies": Pack of cigarettes Derrick: Share of the proceeds Dick: Detective usually qualified with "private" if not a policeman Dingus: Pickpocket Dip the bill: Have a drink Dish: A low-down, cheap sort of place Dizzy with a dame, To be: To be deeply in love with a woman Do the dance: To be hanged Dogs: Drug addict Dope peddler: Shoot Drop a dime: Make a phone call, sometimes meaning to the police to inform on someone Droppers: Knock out, hit on head after ambushing Duck soup: Easy, a piece of cake Dummerer: Roadhouse, club; or, more generally, any place Dust out: Go away, get lost Fakeloo artist: Finger man Finger, Put the finger on: Male counterpart to a flapper.
A stylish, brash young woman with short skirts and shorter hair. A dull-witted or disappointing date. A Ford automobile Flogger: Go to bed or fallen through, not worked out Flophouse: A cheap transient hotel where a lot of men sleep in large rooms Fog: To be electrocuted Fuzz: Get mad Getaway sticks: Stealing clothes from a clothesline Gowed-up: On dope, high Grab a little air: Put your hands up Graft: Con jobs or cut of the take Grand: Confidence game, swindle Grifter: Detective work Gun for: Look for, be after Guns: Some sort fatal injury caused by knife Hash House: A cheap restaurant Hatchet men: Killers, gunmen Have the Bees: To be rich Head doctors: Carrying a gun High-Hat: Person at the top, in charge Highbinders: Corrupt politician or functionary Hinky:
Odds are a numerical expression, usually expressed as a pair of numbers, used in both gambling and statistics. In statistics, the odds for or odds of some event reflect the likelihood that the event will take place, while odds against reflect the likelihood that it will not.
In gambling, the odds are the ratio of payoff to stake, and do not necessarily reflect exactly the probabilities. Odds are expressed in several ways see below , and sometimes the term is used incorrectly to mean simply the probability of an event. In both gambling and statistics, the 'odds' are a numerical expression of the likelihood of some possible event.
In gambling, odds represent the ratio between the amounts staked by parties to a wager or bet. In simplest terms, 6 to 1 odds means if you bet a dollar the "1" in the expression , and you win you get paid six dollars the "6" in the expression , or 6 x 1.
If you bet two dollars you would be paid twelve dollars, or 6 x 2. If you bet three dollars and win, you would be paid eighteen dollars, or 6 x 3. If you bet one hundred dollars and win you would be paid six hundred dollars, or 6 x If you lose any of those bets you would lose the dollar, or two dollars, or three dollars, or one hundred dollars.
In statistics, the odds for an event E are defined as a simple function of the probability of that possible event E. One drawback of expressing the uncertainty of this possible event as odds for is that to regain the probability requires a calculation. The natural way to interpret odds for without calculating anything is as the ratio of events to non-events in the long run. A simple example is that the statistical odds for rolling a three with a fair die one of a pair of dice are 1 to 5.