crackerbarrel

An obese person or someone with a very large appetite; can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective.

Bob's a real crackerbarrel; he's gotta be 375 lbs.

Hope there's more shrimp because I'm crackerbarrelin' the stuff like mad. Cindy's gone totally crackerbarrel since she broke up with Zeppo, she's put on at least 40 pounds.


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