urban

Definition funny of Larocque:

urbanThe act of escreting liquid waste while recieving a rusty trombone. Or to extract liquid human feces via a large diameter straw that would allow the passaage of corn or peanuts, similar to felching.

urbanWhile I was at the Farm with Barry he larocqued me after I ate bad sushi.

songs

Songs about Larocque:

songsConfusion (feat. Andy LaRocque) by Enraged from the Album It's Your Fear That Feeds Their Power

songsIsle of Indigo Skies (With Matt LaRocque) by DJax from the Album Solstice of the Mind

books

Books about Larocque:

booksJournal of Larocque from the Assiniboine to the Yellowstone, 1805. Ed. by Francois Antoine Larocque (Sep 12, 2014)

booksLarocque: Webster's Timeline History, 1720 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksLaRocque goes to head of the line.(Sports)(The transfer is the latest candidate to star at linebacker, the Beavers... (Apr 26, 2006)

booksLaRocque earns Hula invitation.(Football College): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team (Jan 9, 2008)

booksP.LaRocque's The Book on Writing(The Book on Writing: The Ultimate Guide to Writing Well [Paperback])2003 by P.LaRocque (2003)

booksBy Michelle LaRocque - Blended Curriculum In the Inclusive K-3 Classroom: Effective Methods for Teaching All Young... (Aug 3, 2008)

booksThe Book on Writing The Ultimate Guide to Writing Well by LaRocque, Paula [Marion Street Press, LLC,2003] (Paperback... (Jan 2, 0003)

movies

Movies about Larocque:

moviesSylvain Larocque - Tueur A Gags -

wiki

Wiki information Larocque:

Michel Larocque
Professional Ice hockey Player, Ice hockey player, Measured person, Athlete, Person, Deceased Person

Michel Raymond "Bunny" Larocque was a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Philadelphia Flyers and St. Louis Blues in the National Hockey League.

Jocelyne Larocque
Olympic athlete, Athlete, Measured person, Person

Jocelyne Dawn Marie Larocque is a women’s ice hockey player for Canada women's national ice hockey team and former defensemen the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. With the Bulldogs, she is a two-time NCAA Division I national champion.