The Jerry Seinfeld Dictionary of Terms and Phrases

You can just picture Jerry Seinfeld explaining each of these terms. Here are just a few:
Caught in a Pick at the Light - when a person is waiting in their car at a traffic light and decides to scratch the outside of their nose, where it appears (to their date, who just happens to be in the car or cab next to them) that they are actually picking their nose

Head-First Parker - 1) a person who tries to pull into a parking space head first as opposed to backing into the space 2) a person who pulls into a parking space head first with the intention of screwing someone else out of the space

Level Jumping (on a friendship) - when casual acquaintances attempt to become better friends with certain acquaintances (ex. asking an acquaintance to be a godparent to one's child/children)

There are enough definitions here to keep you busy for quite a while. Link -via the Presurfer

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Um? Where I live (Florida) almost everyone pulls into a parking space head first. What's annoying is the people who take forever to back into a spot, blocking the aisle, just so they can leave more easily/quickly later. Is it some kind of NY thing for people to normally back into a space? Or what?
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