Lost Art of CB Lingo: I-K

Apr 24, 2009
Breaker, breaker, one-nine, we got ourselves a convoy this week. We’re running 3 letters down the alphabet highway, so get out of the way for cb lingo from letters I-J-& K.


Ice Box – Refrigerated trailer.

In a short – Real soon

In the mud – Noise or other signals on the channel

In the Pokey with Smokey – Arrested

Invitations -Traffic citations, tickets


Jack – CB term for brother or friend

Jack Rabbit – Police of any kind

Jewelry – Lights on a rig

John Law – Cop

Juke Joint – Small, inexpensive eating or drinking place


Keep ‘em Between the Ditches – Have a safe trip

Keep the bugs off your glass and the trouble off your… – CB Sign-off

Keep your eyes and ears open and your black stack smokin’ – Be alert and make good time

Keep your noise between the ditches and smokey out of your britches – Drive carefully, lookout for speedtraps

Keep your rubber down and your metal up – Drive carefully and have a good trip

Kiddie car – School bus

Knuckle Buster – Fight

Kojak with a Kodak – Cop with radar

Check back with us next week for L-M, or you can get a dictionary full of terms from the book, Woody’s World of CB.

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