45 definitions by Stevo

Top Definition
to show off, especially things of high value
once he got the new f50, he couldn't help but floss.
by stevo October 13, 2004
"Animal Style" refers to a food alteration which can be ordered at the West Coast's famous In-N-Out Burger restaurant chain. The term is not officially listed on the menu, but instead is part of the Secret Menu. If applied to a burger, the meat is grilled with mustard, with sauteed onions, pickles, and extra spread added. If applied to fries, it comes with melted cheese, sauteed onions, and spread.
What can I get for you?

I want a Double Meat Animal Style, Animal Fries Extra Cheese, and a medium lemonade!
by Stevo January 08, 2005
The worlds best ever band, keep linkin park, greenday and girls aloud. Iron Maiden are so good that they dwarf even Motorhead and Metallica.
If you want to listen to a really good song go to HMV now and pick up any Iron Maiden Album. take it home bung it in your CD player and then enjoy the worlds best band.

Also, the reason the zombie is called eddie is very simple. In the garage that the band originally practiced in their was a halloween mask on the wall that was named "Ed the Head" this got turned into Eddie, who was given a body for the album cover and then became the bands mascot.
Iron Maiden kick so much ass that after listening to them you want to put your foot through something, the sole reason i took up my Bass guitar was just so that I could be like Steve Harris (who I idolise so much) I don't go a single day without listening to one of their songs.
by Stevo November 05, 2004
A Dr. Scholls® marketing slogan which revised the common English slang term "chillin like a villian" in order to appropriately fit their new product Dr. Scholls® Gel Inserts™. Many people now refer to the word "chillin" as archaic and prefer to use the new word "gellin."
Are you chillin?
No, I'm gellin!
by Stevo November 07, 2004
a guy whose breath smells like a shithole
hey anus face! shut your hole!
by stevo November 13, 2003
The second of two principles contained in the "Just War Theory," Jus Ad Bellum and Jus In Bello. Jus In Bellum in Latin means "The Law in Waging War." It defines standards by which a country can conduct war maintain that they have "just" actions in war. The term was coined in the same era in which the League of Nations originated. However, it was not used in doctrine until the late 1940s. Its principles include discrimination and proportionality.

Descrimination defines legitimate targets and proportionality defines how much force to be used.
Under the guidelines of Jus In Bello, the attack on Heroshimo, Japan by US forces with the use of the atomic bomb violates both the guidelines of descrimination and proportionality.
by Stevo November 10, 2004
Generally pathetic or terrible.
The Yankees have gone 1-6 in their last 7 games...pretty hurting.
by stevo April 03, 2004

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