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To stare fixedly at someone in a hostile manner. Generally used to convey anger or disdain, can be a signal that a fight is about to happen.
Spell it backwards, see what you get.
1. A potent beverage that used to be called Mad Dog 20/20, but the company decided it was better for business to change it to MD 20/20 (yes that is much better -?-) 2. To stare someone down: A) in response to an initial provocation or B) to start a fight, or to start shit with another
To stare agressively at another person in order to scare/intimidate
Slang term for Mogen David wine, especially the fortified-wine MD 20/20 variety. The MD stands for Mogen David. It was shortened to MD for their line of bum wines to differentiate between their more respectable (if no less nasty) line of kosher wines. Contrary to popular myth, there has never been a wine sold under the name Mad Dog.
The most well known person on Saint Louis University's campus. Drinks Miller beer and studies economics. Takes minis. Has a kick-ass birthday party. One of the founders of Studio 52.
cheap liquor, that may cause you to have violent actions or outburst which is what MD (mad) (dog) 20/20 alchol content.
an adjective used by MTL's at the 332nd Military Training flight to enhance any noun that they deem fit to bear the title of Maddog.
a maddogg is some one who know one can live up to and just the greatest word in history, maddogg has to be spelt double g double d otherwise its no original
The act of getting stalked by someone you don't want to talk to, but they are persistent to the point you can't go anywhere until you have talk to them.
The acting in a fashion that reflects insanity and a complete lack of responsibility and control. Maddoggery often occurs in places that such acts should not occur. Such places include heritage trails, funeral homes, churches and WWII concerntration camps. Maddoggery is a state of mind, not just a one off act of irrational behavior
To stare down someone in an aggressive manner in the hopes of starting a fight.