6 definitions by Illestemia

Top Definition
A song about words for boobs, 99 words to be specific

Jugs and orbs and darts and gourds
Elmer Fudds and bouncing Buddhas
Sweater stretchers, lung protectors
Beach umbrellas, frost detectors
Scooby Snacks and snake-eyes dice
Jell-o molds and high-beam lights
Every day I probably use
99 words for boobs

Humpty Dumplings, Hardy Boys
Double lattes, Ode to Joys
Hooters, shooters, physics tutors
Bobbsey Twins and bald commuters
MRE's and PFD's
Snow-white dwarfs, Picasso cubes
99 words for boobs

Gerber servers, holy grails
Whoopee cushions, humpback whales
Flying saucers, traffic stoppers
Super Big Gulps, Double Whoppers
Pillows, billows, Don DeLillos
Soft-serve cones and armadillos
Pimped-out hubcaps, inner tubes
99 words for boobs

Midget earmuffs, warming globes
Strobes and probes and frontal lobes
Knockers, honkers, knicker bonkers
Smurfs and Screaming Yellow Zonkers
Tannin' cannons, Mister Bigs
Big bad wolves and Porky Pigs
Jogging partners, saline noobs
99 words for boobs

Two-point jumpers, Bambi's Thumpers
Rubber baby buggy bumpers
Rutabagas, Chi Omegas
Schwag the showgirls show in Vegas
Congo bongos, bowling pins
Fast-pitch softballs, siamese twins

Thos are 99 words for boobs
by illestemia March 07, 2009
Something Captain Price (Or Gaz) yells in the last level of CoD 4, he yells it when the gunship pilot cant help them
Pilot: we can help but it will take time to get there

Gaz or Captain Price: Useless Wanker!
by Illestemia January 17, 2009
A somewhat disturbing at time cartoon on Cartoonnetwork of a young boy (flapjack) going on adventures sometimes with his captain Knuckles, and there talking whale Bubby, Bubby is Flapjacks mom or something or always acts like it, the show is funny 'cause flapjack is always making funny faces and stuff
Guy 1: Did you see Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack last night?
Guy 2: Ya it was funny
by Illestemia December 25, 2008
A aerial conflict where 2 to a unlimited amount of fighter planes are involved, the goal is to destroy the other fighter planes, usually to clear a way for bombers.

The first dogfights were in World War 1.

The History Channel use to have a series about dogfights, called "Dogfights", using computer design to remake dogfights, look it up on YouTube, great show.
The dogfighter Bud Anderson engaged in many dogfights in WW2 in his P-51 Mustang "The Crow", he was a triple ace with 16 confirmed kills.
by illestemia July 31, 2009
A book by Ray Bradbury. The story is about a future dystopia. It follows the line of a Heroic Quest. Guy Montag is the good guy. He starts off with the status quo of this society. Books are outlawed and he's agaisn't them. A reason why books are illegal is explained when the false mentor, Captain Beattey, says "Knowledge is like a loaded gun.", basically meaning knowledge can be used agaisnt stupid people. Guy first starts to wonder about his life when Charrise the true mentor ask him "Are you happy?". He realizes his life isn't and he doesn't love his wife, Mildred, who just watches tv all day watching something called 'The Family'.

Guy Montag works as a fireman, which burn books instead of put fires out because houses are fireproof in the future. On one alarm they find a old women on a pile of books in her house, in rebellion against society she lights her books and herself on fire. Before she does that Montag steals a book. He wonders if something in the book will fix his life and make it happy.

He stores it with other books he stole. Beattey knows he stole a book and warns him to burn it. One day they get a alarm and arrive at his house. Beattey gives him a flamethrower and he burns his house down. Beatty taunts him and assaults him and Montag burns him alive. He makes it out of the city to a group of outsiders who read books. They start going away from the city and a nuclear bomb is dropped on it. They decided to head back to the cities ruins and teach surviver's etc. about how life use to be.
Fahrenheit 451 teaches you how knowledge is important.
by illestemia April 30, 2009
A campaign level on Call of Duty 4, first one if you dont count prologue, in the level you need to help Nikolia, a Russian Loyalist spy in the Ultra nationalist camp, he is caught and to be executed.

You kill a few guards before meeting with Sgt. Kamarov, a Russian Loyalist, he is going to assault the Ultra Nationalist base, and you get to help, Captain Price gets irritated and holds him over a edge to find out where the spy is.

Eventually you get to the building where he is and Gaz cuts the power, you use night vision and go into the house, there are about 4 AI's in there, the last one with a flashlight, after you kill him the flashlight shines on Nikolia, after getting out you get in a helicopter, he says

Nikolia: "Have the Americans assaulted Al-Asad yet?"

Captain Price: "No there invasion starts in three hours, why?"

Nikolia again: "The Americans are making a mistake, they will never take Al-Asad alive"
"Blackout is the first(ish) level of campaign in CoD 4
by Illestemia February 06, 2009

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