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Definition funny of Grackle:
A large and vocal black bird that likes to gather in large groups and take dumps.
Grackles lend themselves to certain recreational persuit chief among them, Greasing Grackles. eg; "This morning, I greased three grackles with my Marlin 39a loaded With CCI mini-caps"
For those living in the British Isles, grackles are groups of tourists. Grackles typically pour out of busses onto streets, blocking regular foot traffic and creating a general nuisance. Ironically, the more a city complains about grackles, the more it probably needs grackle tourism money to stay out of bankruptcy. Typically, one can find grackles flocking outside of major historical landmarks and international fast food chains. Grackles come from all continents. For the imagery concerning why this name is so appropriate, see definition 1.
It took me 45 minutes just to walk down Cornmarket Street because of all the grackles waiting to get into McDonalds.
A brand name combining the words "GRAnular", "cRACK" and "spACKLE"; a spackle-like buttplug to safeguard one's plum during short periods of incarceration.
Yolanda, call my lawyer and bail bondsman and bring my toothbrush, putty knife and grackle.
Songs about Grackle:
Beltaine Waltz/Grackle Cackle by Spiral Dance from the Album The Quickening
Birdsong Used in Messiaen's Organ Music: Israeli Birds: Onycognathus tristrami (Tristram's grackle) by na Not Applicable from the Album Messiaen, O: Organ Music (Complete)
Birdsong Used in Messiaen's Organ Music: Israeli Birds: Onycognathus tristrami (Tristram's grackle) by na Not Applicable from the Album Messiaen: Complete Organ Music, Vol. 6
Bronzed Grackle by Patrick Lee from the Album Passerine
Common Grackle by John Neville from the Album Bird Songs of Canada, Vol. 4
Common Grackle by John Neville from the Album Bird Songs of the North American Prairie
Common Grackle & Pied-Billed Grebe by John Feith from the Album Bird Song Ear Training Guide: Who Cooks for Poor Sam Peabody?
Books about Grackle:
Birds Nobody Loves: A Book of Vultures & Grackles by James Brush (Jan 20, 2012)
A tree with a bird in it: a symposium of contemporary American poets on being shown a pear-tree on which sat a... by Margaret Widdemer (Aug 31, 2012)
Grackles of Green Grove Protect Their Land by Jane Giddan Norman &. Jane Giddan and Norman &. Jane Giddan (Aug 11, 2008)
Among the Grackle by Maria Naccarato (Sep 19, 2012)
Call of the Grackle/Black Dress Trilogy Volume 3 by Kenneth James Taylor (Jun 19, 2013)
The Blue Book of Birds of America: Jays, Orioles, Grackles, Finches, Sparrows, Grosbeaks, Blackbirds, Buntings... by Frank G Ashbrook and Paul Moller (1941)
GREAT SOVIET SHORT STORIES: Grackles; The King; The Letter; Mosquitoes; Adventures of Chichikov; The Tramp; About... by Semyon Babayevsky; Isaac Babel; Boris Bedny; Mikhail Bulgakov; Nikolai Chukovsky; Alexander Fadeyev; Konstantin Fedin; Olga Forsh; Maxim Gorky; Vasily Grossman; Ilya Ilf; Evgeny Katayev; Vsevolod Ivanov; Ivan Katayev and Pasternak; Sholokhov; Zoschenko (1962)
Wiki information Grackle:
The common grackle is a large icterid which is found in large numbers through much of North America.
The great-tailed grackle or Mexican grackle is a medium-sized, gregarious passerine bird native to North and South America. A member of the family Icteridae, it is one of ten extant species of grackle and is closely related to the boat-tailed grackle...