Hickup truck? Plowpile? Some words are used in every day life, but aren’t actually found in the dictionary. Below is a list of words and their meanings.
Hickup Truck – (noun) a large-style pickup truck usually made by Ford, GM and especially Dodge. These are sometimes but not always trucks with lift kits installed or modifications such as over-sized tires.
Hockeyhead – (noun) a hockey sports fan that always injects hockey into a conversation – whether its describing a recent or “historic” game minute by minute, irrelevant details about a particular player, or the fact that their kid might get scouted…
Plowpile – (noun) the pile of snow left at the end of your driveway when the snowplow plows the road.
Planjacker – (noun) a person who (is always) changing the plan and updating it to suit their needs. If you suggest meeting for a coffee on Wednesday at Cafe Riche at 8 am to a friend, and they suggest how about Tuesday at 9 am at McDonalds – you are dealing with a planjacker.
The best way to deal with planjackers is to state that you are doing something – and invite them to join you if they are available (meet up if you want to).