To have a relaxed drink during a heavy drinking session.

A crooner is anything less alcoholic than what you are currently drinking or what you are about to drink.

The word is derived from the relaxed singing style of crooning.
Yolande: "Should we open a bottle of scotch?"
Sandy: "Not just yet, I will start with a crooner."

Jim: "Another shot of vodka mate?"
Steve: "Nah, I going to take it slow and have a crooner."
vedi tarafından 18 Ekim 2011, Salı
A male vocalist who sings popular songs, with background music of jazz or a band.
Frank Sinatra and Ricky Nelson are crooners
Elizzabeth tarafından 25 Mayıs 2006, Perşembe
an old, dirty, angry man who hates his life and job and takes out his misery on youth. often a crooner will be seen spying on young college girls with an innapropriate smile on his dirty mustached face. He is probably imagining what it would be like to have sex with them if he dick still worked at his current age.
Mellissa doesn't like eating in the cafeteria because the crooner who serves baked beans always eye-rapes her.
chris christopherson tarafından 16 Nisan 2006, Pazar

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