One more word for a lesbian.
“Hey, that new chick in the company is kinda cute.”
“No chance dude. Have you noticed her hoop earrings, the thumb ring and collection of Indigo Girl CDs? She’s got to be a flap lapper.
Backdoor draft – Military term used to describe the current government policy of keeping troops in the military beyond their original enlistment contracts through the utilization of “stop loss orders” (keeping specific shortage job specialties such as military intelligence and aviation in) and “stop movement orders” (locking down entire units so that troops can’t leave the military or rotate out into another unit). Some troops have spent one to two years serving past their enlistment contract or retirement date.
“Man, it sucks to be SGT Johnson.”
“He had a scholarship to UT set up but now the Army’s keeping him in for another year to send him back to Iraqistan.”
“Is he going to loose his scholarship?”
“Probably. Damn backdoor draft.”
February 10, 2005
Alpha Wiskey – Military slang cover term for toilet paper, or ass wipe.
Night Hawk 7 Romeo, Night Hawk 7 Romeo. This is Dagger 7. Tap Night Hawk 7 actual on the shoulder and tell him to bring 3 boxes of Alpha Wiskey with him when he rolls to our site. How copy over?
Wicker Chair – Military slang term for practitioners of the Wiccan religion.
Drill SGT – “Soldier! What in the hell are you doing with that damn pentagram ring on?”
Fat chick with dyed red hair - “It’s part of my religion I’m not a devil worshiper or a witch, I worship nature and have both a god and a goddess and blah blah blah I’m so freakin’ unique and special and blah blah blah the three fold law and blah blah blah candles and covens and ….. ”
(45 min later)
Drill SGT - “Right….. so you’re one of those freaking wicker chair people that play Dungeons and Dragons and dance around a fire naked with a bunch of other fat retards while listening to that crappy Celtic music. Carry on.”
Military term used to describe the action a paratrooper smacking into the ground after their parachute fails to open.
Damn! Did you see Johnson burn in. He must’ve bounced 20 or 30 feet in the air when he hit.
September 27, 2004
U.S. Army slang term referring to severely worn and faded BDUs (Battle Dress Uniforms). New BDUs start out with random black, loam, and green amorphous shapes that form the camouflage pattern. After several months or years of washing and dry cleaning the colors bleed out. Summer weight BDUs tend to fade faster than winter weight due to the fact that they are made out of a thinner cotton based material. The term is derived from the name of the all white uniform that Army Cooks wear.
“Do not! I repeat DO NOT show up to the division change of command ceremony wearing freaking cook whites.”
Military term for taking a dump
. Originally came from the command Air Assault soldiers use to order the helicopter crew chief to drop the cargo load carried underneath the chopper.
Dude! I'll be back in 10-15, I've got to go cut sling load something fierce.
September 24, 2004