1.) Derived from the word 'Clydesdale', Dale refers to a young man who is hung like a horse. His inhuman appendage is widely famed throughout New England.
2.) Dale can also refer to the state of being of a young man while he is scheming on local females, but only if said young man possesses a Clydesdale-esque penis. The cheering of the word 'DALE' is meant to both acknowledge and encourage this scheme like behavior, and can be heard when a Dale is about to "get it in"