What does your 10 ply Bud mean?

A toilet paper reference to describe how soft someone is. 2-ply is soft. 10-ply is extremely soft.

What does it mean when someone calls you 2 ply?

1 : consisting of two thicknesses. 2a : woven with two sets of warp thread and two of filling a two-ply carpet. b : consisting of two strands two-ply yarn.

What does Chel mean in Letterkenny?

Chiclets Teeth
Cause we will rip Chel” Chiclets. Teeth, in the context of hockey fights that result in lost teeth. From the brand of chewing gum, which is white and rectangular, somewhat resembling human teeth.

What does Ferda mean?

for the boys/girls
Ferda is a shortened form of the phrase “for the boys/girls” which is commonly used in hockey jargon in reference to a good teammate or to an action by a teammate that is beneficial to the team.

How thick is 2ply?

2-ply board is only 1/32 of an inch thick and is not really used like a traditional mat board. It is too thin for a meaningful bevel cut in the opening window. 2-Ply is primarily used for archival mounting purposes when you want to mount on cotton rag board.

What do you mean by 3 ply?

Definition of three-ply : having three layers or threads three-ply paper.

What does pitter patter mean in Canada?

This word describes running shoes. It can also refer to street shoes. Handy for when your friend says “pitter patter” (let’s go).

What is Chels?

Acronym. Definition. CHELS. Cargo Helicopter External Lift System.

What are dirty dangles?

Dangles, dirty dangles Refers to dangling the puck in front to distract players from body movements during maneuvering.

What does crushing Sandos mean?

Crush Sandos: Eat sandwiches.

How thick is 8ply?

1/8” thick
8 Ply (1/8” thick)

How many mm is 4 ply?

If metric were used, a 4 ply would be 5 mm, 8 ply would be 10 mm (or 1 Centimeter), 12 ply would be 15 mm, etc.