1. A degree of disorder, disarray, or confusion that is generally the result of either the long-term mismanagement of a process or the sudden, explosive collapse of a short-term project.
2. Advanced intoxication. Individual is minutes away from vomiting, blackout, arrest, or a beatdown. Generally used in West or Central Texas.
1.) J: "How bad was the condition of the jobsite you visited?"
D: "Man, they have got that place fucked up like a snake in a lawn mower."
2.) F: "That guy has been drinking all day."
L: "He's fucked up like a snake in a lawn mower."
1. Used to describe especially windy conditions. Compares high wind speeds to the perceived, or stereotypical, talkativeness of a male homosexual. Times two. Offensive to some homosexuals without a sense of humor.
Jay: How is the weather there?"
Bob: "The sun is shining, but it's windy as a two-headed queer."
Statement, usually made in a hostile or aggressive manner, which invites the addressee to vacate the premises, or pursue career options elsewhere. In an employee-employer discussion, usually ends the bargaining process immediately. Alliteration to walking down a dirt road and kicking rocks as you go.
"If I can't get another dollar an hour, I'm going somewhere else."
"Well...I guess you can just kick rocks then."
"That guy just told me he isn't coming to work on Friday."
"Then he can fucking kick rocks on Monday."