numerology

Numerology information Trolley:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma

urban

Definition funny of Trolley:

urbanNoun: A trolley is an object that gets you from A to B. Verb 1. To Trolley: To trolley is to move from one position to another usually on command. One can also trolley by themselves if they so desire. 2. To Trolley Something To trolley is for a person to command a resource or object to be given to said person, requiring an immediate response. One can also trolley something to someone else, if they are feeling generous. 3.To Be/Get Trollied(a) To Trolley Someone(b) a) To be trollied is when one finds themselves in an undesirable situation for seemingly no reason whatsoever. If one is trollied, a feeling of great discomfort ensues causing deep displeasure and possibly harm to an individual. b) To get trollied by someone or something is when one finds themselves in a worse set of circumstances than they were prior to the trolleying. One can trolley more than one person at a time, resulting in a double/triple etc. trolleying. One would do well to avoid getting trollied.

urban1. To Trolley: I trollied to the shops this morning. We trollied to the party last night. Let's trolley {somewhere} I Trolley You Trolley She/He Trollies We all Trolley They Trolley Yous All Trolley 2. To Be/Get Trollied: a) I was trollied last night in the pub. You were trollied in the game. He/She was trollied this morning. We were all trollied from our journey. They were trollied after the night's festivities. Yous all were trollied after the match. b) I trollied him in the game. You got trollied by him last night. He/She trollied Jason with a bat. We all trollied the other team. They trollied the deer on the shooting hunt. Yous all trollied them in the match.

urbanto be so severley intoxicated that the only way your getting home is in a trolley. wasted

urban"Dude, i got so trolleyed last night."

urbanThe most badass character from Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. Trolley was just a Trolley, but was capable of understanding human speech. Unable to replicate human speech, Trolley communicated to Mr. Roger's and the citizens of the Neighborhood of Make Believe by ringing his bell and moving back and forth. Here a few little known facts about Trolley: -Trolley can transcend time and space, thus linking our world to the neighborhood of make believe -Trolley's real name is Steve Wellsboro -It was Trolley who transported the slaves north to freedom, but it was kept on the down low, hence the name "Underground Railroad" -Trolley once ran for Governor in Delaware, but his capaign was largely ignored. -King Friday once caught Trolley banging his wife, which begs the question "how can a model train do it with a puppet?" The answer is "quite well", because Friday has caught Trolley in the act a dozen times since. -Trolley was originally going to play the train in The Polar Express, but Tom Hanks "refused to work with Mexicans" -In 2003, Trolley recieved the Nobel Peace Prize for maintaining peace between our world in the Neighborhood of Make Believe. -After the 2007 Terror Attacks in the Neighborhood of Make Believe, Trolley recieved a Purple Heart after he was injured in the line of duty. Word has it Trolley is hell on wheels with an AK-47. -Trolley was last reported to be working on a screenplay for an edgy new sitcom starring Steve Carrel and that girl from Wonder Years.

urbanTrolley: "Ding Ding!" Me: "Fuck yeah Trolley"

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songs

Songs about Trolley:

songsNewham Generals (Trolley Snatcha Remix) [Explicit] by Joker from the Album Reimagined, Pt. 1 [Explicit]

songsThe Trolley Song ("Meet Me In St. Louis" Original Cast Album Version) by Judy Garland from the Album 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Judy Garland

songsThe Trolley Song from Meet Me in St. Louis (Instrumental) by John Williams;The Boston Pops Orchestra from the Album Music of the Night: Pops on Broadway 1990

songsMeet Me In St. Louis: The Trolley Song by Judy Garland from the Album Meet Me In St. Louis And The Harvey Girls

songsThe Trolley Song by Judy Garland from the Album Meet Me in St. Louis (O.S.T - 1944)

songsTouch Trolley by Pam Ann from the Album Come Fly With Me

songsCrosstown Trolley (Album Version) by Les Brown from the Album Les Brown & His Great Vocalists

books

Books about Trolley:

booksThe Trolley Problem, or Would You Throw the Fat Guy Off the Bridge?: A Philosophical Conundrum by Thomas Cathcart (Sep 10, 2013)

booksThe Trolley Car Family by Eleanor Lowenton Clymer (Jul 1987)

booksTrolley Dodgers, Pinstriped Yankees, and Wearing Red Sox: How MLB Teams Got Their Names by Jon Lindenblatt (Apr 2, 2013)

booksTwin Ports by Trolley: The Streetcar Era in Duluth_Superior by Aaron Isaacs (Oct 25, 2014)

booksStreetwise Boston Map - Laminated City Center Street Map of Boston, Massachusetts - Folding pocket size travel... by Streetwise Maps (Jun 1, 2013)

booksTrolleys: Riding and Remembering the Electric Interurban Railways by Ruth Cavin (1976)

booksTallulah's Got A Shopping Trolley (Romance, humour, mystery) by C.L McRitchie (Nov 7, 2012)

movies

Movies about Trolley:

moviesWalt Disney Treasures - The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit 1927 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs 54 mins Starring: Walt Disney and Bernice Hansen Directed by: Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks

moviesA day in the life of Molly Trolley 2014 NR - Runtime: 21 mins Starring: MollyTrolley and JanSoking Directed by: Jerry Springhammer

moviesTrolley: The Cars That Built Our City 1992 NR - Runtime: 1 hr

moviesLast Trolley: Tale of Two Cities 1996 NR - Runtime: 1 hr

moviesNew York's Last Trolleys Railroad, - VHS Tape, Trains Unrated - Runtime: 45 mins Starring: #35 Church Ave Line, et al.

moviesToonerville Trolley Vol. 1 1994 - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Cartoon Directed by: Multi

moviesA day in the life of Molly Trolley 2014 - Runtime: 23 mins Starring: Molly Trolley and Jan Soking Directed by: Jerry Springhammer

wiki

Wiki information Trolley:

Tram
Transportation mode, Product category, Transit Service Type, Mass Transportation System, Transit Vehicle Type

A tram, is a rail vehicle which runs on tracks along public urban streets, and also sometimes on separate rights of way. The lines or networks operated by tramcars are called tramways. Tramways powered by electricity, which were the most common type...

Trolleybus
Transit Vehicle Type, Transit Service Type, Product category, Transportation mode

A trolleybus is an electric bus that draws its electricity from overhead wires using spring-loaded trolley poles. Two wires and poles are required to complete the electrical circuit. This differs from a tram or streetcar, which normally uses the...