Top Definition
Used when describing what somebody has done or when comparing how somebody imitated another. Its past tense is also very popular; pulled a.

It can also be used as a temporary insult. Saying that somebody pulled a (whatever) doesn't mean that you necessarily think they are whatever you said; it means that you think only what they did at that time was (whatever).
1) Man, you pulled a George Costanza.
2) You totally pulled a dumbass.
3) So, what...? You're going to pull a 007?

Friend 1: So when my boss screwed me over at work, I smashed up his car with a crowbar.

Friend 2: Man... you pulled a Walter Sobchak!
#to pull #to #pulled #a #pull a #did #you #imitate #describe #man
додав Captain Schmidt 05 Вересня 2008
Щоденні сповіщення поштою

Вкажіть вашу поштову скриньку щоб отримати наші безкоштовні сповіщення зі Словом Дня (Urban Word of the Day) кожного ранку!

Листи надсилатимуться з daily@urbandictionary.com. Ми ніколи не надсилатимемо вам спам.

×