The Rick & Bubba Dictionary
A LockA sure thing.
Ate-a Moon PieSorority of fat women.
B TeamRick's children, Brandi (Jo Jo), Blake (Boomer), Brooks (Big Love), Brody (Taz), and Bronner (Cornbread) who went to be with the Lord at age two and a half. See also: Killer B's.
BackTerm relating to the general curviness of the female posterior.
Back at chaProper response if you agree with something Rick and Bubba have said or just returning the love.
Banana SpiderAn actual spider that lives in the tip of unpeeled bananas. Kills 3 people per year. Bubba does not want to be one of those three so he is always sure to pinch the tip of his banana.
Bank head bounceA type of dance.
Banshee MonkeyAnimal doesn't exist, but Rick and Bubba think it does… it means to scream loudly.
Bed musicRadio term for music played underneath someone talking such as during intros for different segments of the show. (Has nothing to do with "You Know".)
Beruse*What Bubba says when he means "peruse". Also, what Bubba does to the English language occasionally.
(Example: "If you beruse the Rick & Bubba Dictonary you can see how Bubba sometimes beruses certain words, Look for the asterisks.")
Big Bubba HelloHaving Bubba send out a greeting, announcement, welcome, or other info over the airwaves.
Big EyeNot being able to go to sleep.
Big RedSatan. (ed note - This is not in reference to any school mascot....although they may be mischievous....they are not Satan)
Bobo no-noDoing something that you should not be doing. (Inspired by a similar phrase, "Bozo no-no", from the old Bozo the Clown television show.)
Book of BlameImaginary reference used primarily by spouses to shift responsibility for a bad event.
Bringing it from Piedmont:Dancing hard.
BubbarosaThe large spread owned by Bubba where various and sundry outdoor recreational activities are possible. (Also, known as Big Lick Farm.)
Buck NelsonA prize deer -- perhaps even an unattainable one. (Term apparently coined by Greg Burgess.)
Buddy DealWhen you make a deal with someone to get something free...or "Hey I'll help you out and I want nothing in return"...usually complete failures...you basically have no deal.
But UhSimilar to Go Ahead...used for emphasis.
(Example: I look forward to working all night but uh… go ahead.)
ButtinskiSomeone who interrupts or impedes communication.
C StoreA convenience store. Where Bubba catches up on the latest news from the guy working there.
CaesuraA dramatic pause or break. Bubba includes one in his Shakespearean quote during "Good Old Boy Theatre". (Rick says SESS-OOR because he says Eddie Wilson of Eddie and the Criusers pronounces it that way instead of SAYS-YOUR-AH which is correct.)
Car Wash JoeRick's former boss at a car wash where he worked while in high school and college.
CarpSubstitute word for a more vulgar term (spelled with the same letters) meaning nonsense, rubbish, or number two category human waste.
(Example: "All of this global warming caused by humans talk is a bunch of carp!" "That squirrel falling out of the drop ceiling scared the carp out of me!")
CharityTo pretend to find something interesting or funny.
ChimeTo add useless or meaningless information/chatter to a conversation when trying to contribute.
Circle DodgeA game played by Rick and Bubba where you make an "OK" sign with your hand and hold it below your shoulders and try to get someone to look.
Come on backA phrase used to get a response from someone. Taken from old CB lingo.
CommandoTo go without any underwear.
Cover 22Bubba's term for an excuse that is so solid that it is diffcult or impossible to effectively question.
CrossoverTerm for inter-racial dating.
Cull Your NutsTo rectify a situation that involves unintelligent decision makers.
CulledTo be harshly corrected or shut down by someone.
DandyAnother term for a loser person or situation.
Dayview *To introduce or release to the public. Used in place of the more common "debut".
DemoholicA member of a certain US political party that is addicted to catch phrases, meaningless promotional statements, and other things generally not good for America.
Dewey Monroe Broadcast CenterThe state-of-the-art studio at at the former flagship station dedicated to the memory of a radio legend.
Dial NineHit a home run.
DiddyAnother name for ditty.
Digital BasementBubba's band (actually his computer with music creating capability) which regularly releases songs that may be destined for greatness in the music world.
DogTo give a difficult time.
(Example: When Rick and Bubba talk to Bruce again, there is a good chance they will dog him.)
Everybody OnTo be the butt of a joke or to be the focus of satire.
Eyeball SmileyA move used by players who are snakin'. This includes first catching the attention of someone visually, and then flashing a smile to try and get something going.
(Example: Hey Speedy, we've got an Eyeball Smiley at twelve o'clock.)
Feed The BeastWhen Rick and Bubba spread culture to society
Flustrate *An obsolete word meaning to confuse and annoy.
For The LoveGive me a break or cut me some slack.
Full BlownJust the opposite of "Touch of". This is when someone (or thing) is complete.
(Example: Johnny is full blown American League.)
Fumble the ballLet someone down… not coming through.
Fun ZoneTime on the show or in life generally when the guys want to refrain from heavy topics, controversy, and other depressing interaction.
FunkBad smell or sickness.
Get The StickTo be bashed by Rick and Bubba.
Give us 48 hoursTo put something off or to procrastinate.
GLM'sGood looking Moms. What Speedy and the other Rookie League coaches were accused of paying more attention to at recruiting time than the talent of the baseball players on their teams.
Go aheadUsed at the end of a sentence to place emphasis...usually used at the end of a sarcastic statement to reiterate your point.
(Example: I could have used two hotdogs instead of one...but go ahead!)
Go bananasTo give your all. To act crazy or reckless.
Go nutshellGet to the point… put in a few words… the meat of the conversation.
Goat ropingAn event (usually a remote) that the organizers think is extremely important but that interests hardly anyone else.
Golden TicketA ticket allowing a fan of the show to sit in the studio and watch as the guys "do their thing".
GolfingSee term "Ringing the Booty Bell".
GoobLoser… Geek… Weak person.
Good eye, Brian!A shout of encouragement used at kids' baseball games. Used on the show to express approval, and more recently as a substitute for "Monkey Grass" by some first-time callers.
Good'unThis is a phrase to describe someone or a situation that is unpleasant. This is also used to call someone goofy or geeky.
Got it going onA cool person, someone who is hip.
Got it just like [one] like[s] itHaving something perfect in every way.
(Example: Bubba's got his shower fixed just like he likes it.)
Got it like [one] like[s] itHaving something fixed to an acceptable level or in a good way.
(Example: Rick's got his hair like he likes it.)
Green AcresA phrase used by listeners to signal that they are calling from work.
GrilleA person's teeth or big smile -- especially if braces are involved.
Grocery feetAppearance and condition of exposed feet that might be seen at a grocery store or supermarket. For women it could be similar to "Dad going to the store shirtless" as described in the definition for "White Trash".
(Example: "Hey Rock Steady, those are nice sandals but you may have a touch of grocery feet about you today.")
Guntersville TreatyAn agreement for those working on or with the show barring them from pulling pranks with each other. It originated in Guntersville, Alabama, after a series of pranks and retaliation became too severe.
HackTo throw up or regurgitate.
HandleA situation or person who is hard to deal with.
HandlerA person who sees to it that a performer, speaker, author, or someone else who needs to make some kind of appearance is on time, in the right place, and otherwise doing all the right things.
Hate MongerSomeone who spews hatred.
(Example: Some may say that Paul Finebaum is a hate monger.)
Have a coke and a smileTo tell someone that you think their advice or opinion is meaningless and has had no effect on you. The modern version of "go fly a kite".
Have you returned your callsA fun way to get even with somebody.
(Example: RICK & BUBBA: "Hey, Paul Finebaum, have you returned your calls?"
PAUL FINEBAUM: "No."
RICK & BUBBA: "James Taylor called and wants his look back.")
PAUL FINEBAUM: "No."
RICK & BUBBA: "James Taylor called and wants his look back.")
Heebs - Short for "Heebie Jeebie"To be uncomfortable, to cause you to freak out, to be grossed out.
Hey ThanksThanks for nothing…not what I wanted to hear.
Hey, It's RealPhrase used to indicate that some event agreed to and planned long before is about to happen.
Hey, you never knowIndication that anything can happen in the lives of the people on the show and that any topic might be discussed.
HFBHot For Bush. To be attracted in some form or fashion to President George W. Bush.
High MaintenanceIndication that someone needs a lot of attention and special treatment or that they need to be closely watched so they will not get into trouble.
High RoadKeeping good morals… Godly… Christian.
Higher Than ThawSelf-righteous. What Speedy wrote in a memo while trying to say "Holier than thou".
Highly Trained Broadcast EngineerBubba's description of himself when he starts talking about technical stuff.
Hockin'Selling or promoting something. (The Rick & Bubba version of "hawking".)
(Example: Hey, John. Whatcha hockin'?)
How 'bout thatA phrase used by Rick and Bubba to ask you to think about what was just said.
HugeReally good, awesome, unbelievable; extremely positive.
Hurricane RickA phrase used to describe Rick before he took the high road.
I got one word for yaA phrase to announce a profound statement that is always more than one word.
(Example: I got one word for ya…Thanksgiving dinner with Courtney Cox.)
I just had a momentA situation that you will never forget.
I.H.A.C.O.SThe support group started for the many who were consumed by the appeal of Speed Racer. Stands for "I Had A Crush On Speedy".
IgmoAn ignorant or moronic person or one that is acting that way.
IgmonicStupid. See also: Igmo above.
I'm all over itTo declare that you will take care of the situation or issue.
I'm gonna call _____,This is a phrase to announce a prediction.
(Example: I'm gonna call loser.)
I'm proTo approve or give acceptance
In the loopDevout listener of the Rick & Bubba Show.
Insert TwistBeing so into someone or something, you refuse to see any faults. Completely involved in something.
Is there a dog up in da house?To show attitude or toughness; to show unity or to come together.
Jesus' broomSomething that either doesn't exist or for which there is no evidence of its existence. (Comes from one of the most bizarre answers ever given in the "Know the Good Book" contest.)
Jimmy JamSame as etc.
KeebTo goof or mess up.
Kickin' (like a pack of Ninjas)Powerful…can be good or bad.
Kill Me ModeThe situation is so bad you no longer care what happens.
Kill UrnThis means to ask a hunter if he or she killed a deer.
Killer B'sRick's two very active young sons Brooks and Brody (3rd and 4th in order among the kids) who are sometimes a challenge to ride herd on. (Not to be confused with Killer Beaz, popular standup comedian who is a favorite guest on the show.) See also: B Team
Laid back like Willie RalphRelaxed and ready for action.
Laugh-enderSomeone who ends the majority of their sentences with an uncomfortable laugh.
Leave me hangingLet someone down.
Less Heat, More MeatPlea by viewers of the show to add more hours of Rick & Bubba to the former Turner South telecast in place of reruns of "In the Heat of the Night".
Letting it eatDriving a vehicle very fast. Also, doing anything speedily.
Little Red LopezSpeed Racer when he loses his cool.
Location checkSaid to express amazement at being in a somewhat surprising situation. Similar to "I can't believe I'm here".
LockupTo get tongue-tied, to mumble, or to mispronounce a word to the point that it causes you to not be able to make your point.
Love CallCalling into the morning show and telling Rick and Bubba how great they are.
Low RoadNo morals…Ungodly.
Low-talkerSomeone who does not have adequate volume to be heard clearly.
LudAnother name for a small child.
Maak! Maak! Maak!Gila (pronounced hila) Monster mating call.
Making God cryBeing very bad at performing something, particulary of a musical nature.
Mall hairBig hair. A fancy, large hairstyle (like the kind Speedy says the females in his family would have when they "got their hair did").
MancationWhen a man's wife (or wife and kids) go away on a trip and leave the man at home to do WHATEVER HE WANTS TO! In other words it is a man's vacation "from" his family without him having to travel anywhere.
Me MonsterSomeone who wants to be the focus of attention, particularly someone who has a story that can top anything anybody else has told.
Mobile Assault Broadcast VehicleMobile studio consisting of a fully equipped truck that can be taken to locations away from the regular studio for doing the show. (Driven by "Bones", the truck driver. Also called MAB-VAH for its abbreviation MABV.)
Monkey GrassPhrase used by a first-time caller or a first-time e-mailer.
MothershipRick & Bubba's home radio station where the broadcast originates and is then beamed to all the affiliates.
Nasty MaggieNickname for Jim Dunaway's lovely wife. (Jim is the sports director for the show and regularly does a segment called "Sports in His Shorts".)
NDNo draw. Used to describe someone from the show doing an event where not many listeners show up. (Doesn't happen much any more.)
Not good.Phrase to indicate that you know a person is in trouble. See also: "Handle" and "We care about your health".
Number NineSomething bad or unpleasant.
Number OneSomething good or likeable.
Nut BagDefinition is undecided…a lady called Rick this and it has not been determined if it is good or bad…..the jury is still out.
Ol' no shoulders:A snake.
Oompa LoompaA phrase to indicate "don't talk about that" or "keep it down home, cuz".
OrdA person who is intentionally a copycat. To copy one's clothes, car, house, vacation plans, etc. (Based on a childhood friend of Speedy.)
P.B.Pre-Bubba...before Bubba was on the morning show.
PardA friend or buddy. Short for "pardner". (The guys are trying to popularize this term among the audience.)
Partaking of the marital fruitSee the term "You Know". (If you don't know then a trip through the Song of Solomon might be helpful.)
Paw Paw Rough NeckAn older gentleman that was a Yankees fan that tried to start trouble with Speed Racer while at the World Series game between New York Yankees and the Atlanta Braves.
Phat Phi PhatRick and Bubba fraternity of fat men.
Phone TrollUnscreened calls with a 30 second limit unless a "timeout" is called allowing more time for the caller to speak. See also: Rough Cut Phone Troll
Pig MeTerm used to ask for a score or just say "Hello" on Rick & Bubba's Pig Skin Round Up (High School Football program on during Friday night during the fall).
Pilin' onTo continue to rag or bash someone who is already down.
PlayerSomeone who snakes a lot.
Pot Up/Pot DownRadio talk meaning to turn up (or turn down) the volume. Short for potentiometer, a control that adjusts sound level.
(Example: Pot down mic four. Pot up some music. )
Prophet StarCongratulations awarded for predicting something accurately.
Puddin' (or Pud)Wimp or sissy.
Puddinization of AmericaGeneral trend of people in the USA having a lack of toughness and not standing up for principles of freedom.
PuffyTo be angry or upset.
Pulling a DerryberryBringing something to the table that is not yet available.
Pulling a DunbarCausing mass confusion while showing the love for the show.
Pulling a SheehanHaving almost nobody show up for a book signing. (Sort of the opposite of "Pulling a Derryberry".)
QuagA bad situation…short for Quagmire.
Radio GodzillaAnother name for the Rick & Bubba Show.
Raise the roofGet fired up… work into a frenzy.
Raising onMaking fun of.
(Example: Hey, don't be raising on me about my new blue jeans.)
RBIRick & Bubba Internet. The live Internet feed after the show is over where promos for upcoming shows and spots for affiliates are recorded. (Sometimes silliness also happens.)
Red RockMississippi term to let someone know you're scared.
Red Velvet LoungeThe studio at the original Dewey Monroe Broadcast Center that was decorated in dark red wallpaper and featured some of the finest musicians and comedians in the world.
RedbonePositive term for light skinned African American female. An example would be the beautiful Lena Horne.
Refudiate *Made-up word (sort of) that is formed from a combination of "refute" and "repudiate" meaning to argue against or prove wrong.
Rick & Bubba ArmyThe entire group of people who listen to, watch, and otherwise support the show. Sometimes the guys call for some type of action from the Army and are almost always pleased with the results.
Rick & Bubba Broadcast Plaza and TeleportState-of-the-art studio that succeeded the Dewey Monroe Broadcast Center.
Rick & Bubba ExpresswayThe path up Interstate-65 from Lower Alabama to Kentucky where The Rick & Bubba Show can be heard on various radio stations.
Rick & Bubba FadeAfter a certain amount of time of showing lots of enthusiasm and passion for your responsibilities while working with The Rick & Bubba Show, the ability to not care anymore about those tasks and become mysteriously elusive.
Rick & Bubba To GoMobile version of the Rick & Bubba website designed for multpile technologies and optimized for Apple's iPhone.
Rick & Bubba VisionClosed circuit Rick & Bubba tv channel consisting of various visual features.
Rick & Bubba, The MovieThe motion picture which almost certainly will be made someday about the lives and times of the "Two Sexiest Fat Men Alive". The guys have fun speculating who will play certain roles in this epic and how various events will be presented on the big screen.
(Example: So, in "Rick & Bubba, The Movie" who do think will play Jim, the Crazy Sign Guy?)
Ringing the Booty BellSee the term "You Know".
Rough Cut Phone TrollPhone segment where callers are strictly limited to 30 seconds per call (with no timeouts).
Rude TerretsGreg Burgess suffers from this disorder. Rude Terrets is the inability to control making negative comments about everything and everyone.
(Example: Hey The Blindside is a moving story; of course the movie ruins it by making the story corny.)
Running with the dogsStaying out late…partying.
Satan's Hand PuppetAnother name for a snake.
ScenarioThinking of made up situations for Rick and Bubba to do character skits about.
Seen UrnThis means to ask a fellow hunter if he or she has seen a deer.
SessoorSee the word "Caesura".
Shameless PlugMentioning a business or product when on the air with Rick and Bubba.
ShaninskyPart of a German (or maybe Polish) phrase meaning roughly "Get over it".
(Example: "Tough Shaninsky." or "Shaninsky happens.")
ShihuahuaBubba's pronunciation of Chihuahua.
Shout OutA hip version of a "Big Bubba Hello".
Show the loveTo tell Rick and Bubba how much you love the show or the Mr. Lucky CD.
Shut Up Juice, Handing somebody someFinding yourself in a position of being 100 percent right or where no one can argue against you.
(Example: The New England Patriots handed the rest of the NFL a cup of shut up juice after winning their third Super Bowl in four years)
SidebarCarrying on a conversation off-mike while Rick and Bubba are in the middle of the show.
SidewaysBeing upset with someone.
Snakin'To hit on...to show interest...to show affection.
SOB (Summer of Bubba)The season when Bubba began a program of exercise and activity to get into shape. This took longer than originally planned and morphed into FOB (Fall of Bubba), WOB (Winter of Bubba), and back to SOB (Spring of Bubba).
Somebody saidPhrase used to signal that a joke is about to be made.
SpatchlerBubba's pronunciation of spatula.
SPFSelfish personal forecast. When someone on the show asks James Spann, the show's meteorologist, for specific weather info relating to some personal outdoor activity planned for the immediate future.
Sporting a MoeWhen the hair in front gets knocked or pushed down to resemble Moe from the Three Stooges.
Squirmish*A combination of "squeamish" and "squirm". In other words "very uncomfortable".
Stay In It!Don't let up or keep on doing what you are doing.
Step OutTo imply or act as if a situation has been handled or is being taken care of, when in reality it is not.
Straight UpTelling the truth.
StretchTo heavily exaggerate when making a point.
Substantial moving cartA phrase used whenever you can't think of what to say. Comes from an important element relating to the events leading to the Guntersville Treaty.
Super DadWhen Rick is in the mode of the invincible father, looked up to by his kids and willing to do just about anything to make them happy and continue to be their hero.
Sweet RollA fat woman… Big Mamma.
Ten and TwoExercising caution while driving. From the position of the hands on the steering wheel at ten o'clock and two o'clock.
That Owns MeWhen something makes you laugh every time you hear it or if there is something or someone you can't beat.
The AnswerThe group or organization that promotes the communist born sport of soccer.
The BossBubba's huge coat that is made for extremely cold weather. (He has worn it for some of the Turkey Tosses.)
The Great Onesformerly Mark and Brian...who are now just another morning show in competition with Rick and Bubba.
The ManAnyone with authority... Boss.
Throw me to the dogsTo tattle on someone… get someone in trouble.
Thumpin'Generating excessive body odor.
ThunderDomeTotal chaos… anything goes… no rules.
To yaTerm used to send salutation or suggestions to someone.
(Example: I get tired of always paying taxes...hey, Bill Clinton to ya.)
Touch of _____.This is used when someone (or thing) isn't completely something but has the potential.
(Example: Johnny has a touch of goob about him.)
Tramp stampA tattoo on the lower back of a female that some people (not all) think is a reflection of low social status. (Hey, it's a stereotype.)
Under The BusTo be put in the position to be the butt of a joke or to be the focus of satire.
VaporTo disappear or the act of disappearing -- not becoming invisible, but rather being hard to find. (Can be either a noun or a verb.)
VilitantRick's new word combining "vigilant" and "militant". So, instead of "vigilant, militant vegetarian" you have "vilitant vegetarian".
We care about your healthStatement to show support and/or concern. (Can be used even if the situation only marginally health related.) See also: "Not good".
What ifGame played by Rick & Bubba to think of outrageous situations that they wish were true or would be very strange.
(Example: What if Brett Favre brought biscuits and gravy to Rick and Bubba?)
White Horse Boxing Only The Strong SurviveA call to get tough.
White TrashOne level past redneck. Some indications are having a minimum of five children and Dad going to the store shirtless.
Who's Your DaddyPhrase used to signify domination.
(Example: Hey, Mark Prater, who's your daddy?)
Win, Place, Show(this can never be broken) This is a phrase used to determine whether someone is telling the truth or not. Far greater than saying "Serious Business" or "Straight up man".
(Example: I talked to Brett Favre today.
No you didn't.
Win, Place, Show!)
No you didn't.
Win, Place, Show!)
WinkyA distinguishing feature in a baby boy prediction.
WoodchuckA term used at times when someone can't speak clearly or gets their words mixed up when trying to convey a story or message.
WoodshedThe place where some form of discipline is instilled.
(Example: Some people think Paul Finebaum should be taken to the woodshed.)
Working like a DogWorking hard…putting in a full day.
Yeah-YeahAgreeing on the spur of the moment to do something but not having the ability and/or the desire to follow through with whatever was agreed to.
You ain't got a hairA call to be strong or call for courage.
(Example: You ain't got a hair if you don't put those pictures back on the wall.)
You got a little hen about yaGossip.
You KnowA term for intimate relations between married folks.
You're BroadcastingMaking a statement that may get you in trouble, when you have forgotten that people can hear you.
You're killing me WhiteyLetting Rick and Bubba or anyone on the show down.
Youth GangRick & Bubba interns and part-time employees.
Yuck MouthTo curse or bad language.
Zero (Big Zero)Something bad or unpleasant. Opposite of "number one".
Last Updated 7/28/2009
* A word created or used in a special way by Bubba