Thursday, April 30, 2009

Slang Gang Word of the Day


April 30: Aisle Salmon


The act of moving in the opposite direction of everyone else using the aisle. While they can be spotted in any type of aisle, they are frequently seen on airlines during loading and deplaning.

Did you see the 'aisle salmon' trying to work his way back five rows to get a roller bag our of the overhead while everyone was trying to get off the plane?

**I'm pretty sure this also applies to those people who drive the WRONG WAY in parking lots.

8 comments:

Loralee and the gang... said...

That's how I feel when I am trying to exit the chapel trying to get to the Primary room ahead of all the teachers and kids. So funny!
:~D

Brittany Marie said...

This is definitely a phrase I'm working into my vocabulary.

Annie said...

Girl! You are a blogging fool. I've been scrolling your blog for a half an hour looking for the just the right picture to insert into The Macheen. I haven't even reach Jan09 yet!

Paula may dance like there's no tomorrow, but you blog like there's no tomorrow.

Cadance said...

One I will absolutly be using in the future!....NYC often feels like the aisle salmon spawning ground! =)

Karen said...

Somehow I am always the person doing the "aisle salmon" thing at the supermarket. If you start at the beginning, everyone should be going the same way....but I tend to skip aisles and then I'm facing everyone coming in the opposite direction.

tammy said...

Hate aisle salmons!! Hate hate hate them!

tiburon said...

I hate Salmon. period.

Annie said...

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Come see your DNA matches!