with blackjack and hookers

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Etymology[edit]

From the 1999 episode "The Series Has Landed" of the American animated sitcom Futurama, which includes a running gag involving the robot character Bender bragging that he will build his own versions of tourist attractions, but "with blackjack and hookers" added.

Prepositional phrase[edit]

with blackjack and hookers

  1. (US, slang, humorous) Enhanced; improved.
    • 2021, L.C. Mawson, Ember Academy for Young Witches: Books 1-6: The Complete Series, L.C. Mawson
      You're suggesting that I start my own Themiscyra, with blackjack and hookers?” Maria frowned. “Well, you could have whatever you wanted. It would be your own island. Though, of course, I would argue for legalised sex work.” “You would?