Dude in Spanish. Correct spelling is actually "buey" but sounds like "guey" or "way" so it's just changed a bit. Literally means "ox", and is a negative term like "fool" or "ni**a" but it's used as a term of endearment more like "dude".
"Orale, guey, traete las pinches cheves para ponernos bien pedos, cabron!" = "Right on dude, bring the fscking beers so we can get fscked up fool!"
European folks, they speak a language pretty close to Latin.
Their women are to die for.
This Romanian girl I knew, Oana... man she had short short hair, big eyes, and a badass last name but... she was gay. That sucked.
I don't know, but I know their women are gorgeous!
Dude, Krtolic daughter is hot!
Bostonian for "Car"
"Hey Hah-vey, go pahk the cah!"
The name the rest of the world over for the Volkswagen Jetta MkIV (99.5-2004 at least). Named after the strong European wind mentioned somewhere else here.
"That dude drives a bad-a$$ Bora!"
"He changed the badges on his Jetta to say "Bora". What a wannabe."
Variant of "Shimano", top Japanese company which makes bicycle components (from groupsets to wheels to pedals to shoes). Akin to Microsoft in its pervasiveness and near-monopoly of the market (at least as far as groupsets (chainrings, cranks, bottom brackets, shifters, cassettes, etc)) and certain mediocrity, it is found on many bikes from the cheap low-end models to the nicer ones which actually aren't too bad (XT, XTR, Ultegra, Dura-Ace) but cost a grip. There are alternatives, at least for the groupsets - Campagnolo (go Campy) and SRAM (Sachs).
Look at that damn roadie's Bianchi - full Campagnolo gruppo! <drool> (looks down at lowly Shitmano Sora groupset).
Character from the Japanese animation "Spirited Away". She was the boss at the bath house.
Yubaba told Chihiro to prepare a bath for the Stink Spirit.