Excellent. Superlative. Top notch. Used to express delight, satisfaction, victory, or pleasant surprise.

This comes from an episode of "The Simpsons" in which the geeky and unpopular character Milhouse enjoys a small number of fortunate happenings, such as finding Ten Dollars. In response to the lucky occurrence, he exclaims "Everything's coming up Milhouse!" The total expression is reduced to "Millhouse" for convenience. Millhouse is a misspelling of Milhouse.
1: Yo, dood, I just found 10 bucks!

2: Millhouse!
dodane przez Tom Cerveaux kwiecień 09, 2008
to spill whiskey on electronic devices
"his ipod got millhoused at the hotey."

"careful with that drink! you're gonna millhouse your game cube."

dodane przez mulberrysdream maj 11, 2008
drinking... driving.. spinning out into a curb at speed wrecking your Z...
Don't Millhouse your Z by putting it into the curb at speed while getting your drink on you stupid teenager!
dodane przez sober driver sierpień 12, 2008
another word for Million dollars. Based on the character Millhouse on the Simpsons.
That guy makes some mad (Bank), he probably brings down a Millhouse a month.
dodane przez matt coiro kwiecień 03, 2007
To 'do' a 'Millhouse' is an action; similar in execution to that of feltching small rodents - except that this is usually done by someone small, bespeckled and with a fiesty attitude. Beware - someone caught 'doing-a-Millhouse' is likely to become very aggressive when confronted. Best turn a blind eye and walk away slowly - covering and holding firmly one's own crotch area.
Person 1: "Yo Nigga - see that Honkey ova 'there; he doin-a-Millhouse"

Person 2: "Shit Home Boy - that sure is some disgustin' stuff goin' down - he oughta be ashamed of his skinny white-ass"

Person 1: "fo-shizzle - he one sick mutha - you just gotta feel for that Rodent"

Person 2: "Word... take a look at his face tho - he in real deep homey.."
dodane przez Morale Suppression Officer grudzień 10, 2003

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