air biscuit n.
an extremely malodorous fart or belch.
|Dly Tar Heel (Chapel Hill, NC) 7 Feb. 3/2: Hell, we like to fart [...] There are specific places around campus that make for classic air biscuits.|
|Florida Roadkill 193: The passenger looked up from his gun parts, apologetic. ‘Air biscuit’ [...] All three rolled down their electric windows.|
|OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. [Internet] air biscuit n. the ‘aromatic’ result of breaking wind.|
|News Jrnl (Wilmington, DE) 14 Nov. F4/4: When gas heads south — usually called a fart, an air biscuit or a toot [etc].|
|Dly Jrnl Franklin, IN) 5 Oct. A6/3: She’s a gassy dog to begin with. Sliders mised with regular doggy air biscuits would be disastrous.|
1. to break wind; to burp.
|Santa Cruz Sentinel (CA) 9 Sept. D1/4: Chase and Goldberg bantered about some star who floated an ‘air biscuit’ and stunk up a studio.|
|Roger’s Profanisaurus in Viz 87 Dec. n.p.: float an air biscuit euph. To release a fart.|
|Palm Beach Post 26 Sept. 3D: You’re supposed to keep track of how many times you float an air biscuit.|
|Tallahassee Democrat (Tallahassee, FL) 19 Feb. D3/3: Obviously, Mr. Kunkel has never had the privilege of sharing the couch with Shuggie Pop, our younger Russian Blue, when he decides to float an air biscuit and clear the room.|
2. (US campus) to vomit.
|Campus Sl. Spring 1: blow cookies – vomit. Also earl, float an air biscuit.|