n. The bag in which Jack Bauer
carries his gun, PDA, ammo, cell phone, duct tape, knife, scope, etc. It is NOT a man purse
The terrorists thought they had Bauer at last, but he pulled a bazooka out of his jackpack.
An acronym that stands for "Push To Talk." It refers to a particular mode of cell phone usage wherein one holds the device in front of one's face, yelling at it and listening to its tinny speaker which continuously squawks an annoying chirping noise. A way for white trash and other lower orders to amuse themselves by pretending they're talking on radios just like policemen.
If you're using PTT on your cell phone, you're a waste of skin and should just kill yourself right now.
v. to achieve an erection
"I am hard as a rock," said Congressman Foley to the 16-year-old boy, "so tell me when yours reaches rock."
n. Pornography, specifically magazines or DVDs/video tapes. Used by Greg on an episode of "C.S.I."
I found someone's stash of spankables.
n. A car--generally either a hybrid, a 15-year-old station wagon, or a rustbucket Geo--that features this bumper sticker on the rear:
"Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with ketchup."
It's actually legal to run this car off the road, pull the driver out, and beat them to death.
I saw a dragon wagon on the freeway the other day, so I killed the occupant, who was one of those annoying SCA types, before he could breed.
n. Better known as a "flash drive," "jump drive," or "thumb drive," a geek whistle is small nonvolatile data storage medium (usually 128 MB - 2 GB) that is often found dangling from the necks of geeks on a lanyard. It's the geek equivalent of a coach's whistle.
I meant to bring those files with me, but I left my geek whistle at home
n. Syn. for "mother." Orig.: Used by childfree people to indicate disdain for motherhood, the concept being that anyone dumb enough to breed is little better than a mindless cow with sagyy udders.
I was enjoying a stroll in the park when some dopey moo whipped her flabby jugs out to tit-feed her sprog