Definition funny of Grabowski:

urbanRegional to Chicagoland, references the large ethnic Polish-American population, usually blue collar and first generation born. Not often used as an insult, but usually out of affection and ethnic differentiation, as Chicago is both a large melting pot, as well as home to the largest Polish population outside of Warsaw. A more derogatory term is Pollock. Most well known stereotype exhibiting a Grabowski is the Saturday Night Live skit, "Da Superfans," which makes fun of the Chicago accent, love of "Da Bears," "Da Coach," "Ditka" and love of Maxwell Street Polish Sausage, all of which a proper Grabowski is known to love. Possible etymology might reference Jim Grabowski, the star running back who played at Taft High school on the Northwest side of Chicago, then starred as running back at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He played professionally for the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears in his final season, from 1966-1971. He then went on as a radio color analyst for the Illini, until the 2007 season. It is unlikely he had the accent on radio.

urbanOh man, last night, I went to this party on the Northwest side, and there were just tons of Grabowskis. Fun times.

urbanA Texas Hold-em poker hand of 2 face down starting cards consisting of a King and a Three.

urbanMarc went all-in with the Grabowski.

urbana hott girl with a nice bod and likes to shizzle guys' nizzles

urbanThe Grabowski loves long walks on beaches and hott guys.


Songs about Grabowski:

songsGrabowski by Prekmurski Kavbojci from the Album Live in Slowenien

songsGrabowski: Improwizacja na temat "Chrystus zmartwychwstal jest" by Bogus?aw Grabowski from the Album Organy Bazyliki Mariackiej w Gdansku

songsHeart Vibrations (Paul Grabowski Remix) by Doctors In Florence from the Album Heart Vibrations (The Remixes)

songsMahia Ve (feat. Stephan Grabowski) by Anita Lerche from the Album Sadke Punjab Ton

songsSoniye (feat. Vicky Singh & Stephan Grabowski) by Anita Lerche from the Album Sadke Punjab Ton


Books about Grabowski:

booksPrintmaking: A Complete Guide to Materials and Processes by Beth Grabowski, Bill Fick (2009) (0100)

booksGrabowski wundert sich (German Edition) by Ralf Gremm (Oct 8, 2013)

booksEddie Grabowski's Gift: A Marine Christmas Story by Robert A. Hall (Apr 19, 2013)

booksLearning Guide for Tortora and Grabowski: Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Kathleen, Schmidt Prezbindowski and Gerard J. Tortora (Jun 1996)

booksTales of Grabowski: Transformations Escape & Other Stories by John Auerbach (May 1, 2003)

booksGrabowski: Webster's Timeline History, 1752 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksThe Big Grabowski by Carolyn J. Rose and Mike Nettleton (Nov 11, 2009)


Movies about Grabowski:

moviesGrabowski Shuffle 1991 NR -


Wiki information Grabowski:

Andrzej Grabowski
Comedian, Musician, Musical Artist, Person, Film actor, Award Winner, TV Actor

Andrzej Grabowski is a Polish actor, singer and comedian. He is best known for playing the role of Ferdynand Kiepski in the TV series Świat według Kiepskich.

Jürgen Grabowski
Soccer Midfielder, Measured person, Football player, Athlete, Person

Jürgen Grabowski is a former German footballer. Grabowski, a forward, then he later played as an attacking midfielder or as a winger, started his career with SV Biebrich 1919 and FV Biebrich 1902, both clubs in Wiesbaden. In 1965 he turned over to...