16 definitions by Tronno
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November 6, 2012 Urban Word of the Day
Reference to the cult classic movie "Napoleon Dynamite". Pedro, a quiet Mexican immigrant kid, is running for high school student body president. As part of his campaign, he distributes T-shits with "Vote for Pedro" printed accross the front.
Vote for Pedro, and all your wildest dreams will come true.
by Tronno Feb 8, 2005 add a video
T-shirt - casual wear for all ages.
I'm going to wear my red tee tonight.
by Tronno Dec 29, 2004 add a video
The Fabrique Nationale M249 is the US Army's standard-issue squad automatic weapon (SAW/light machine gun). It fires the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, and can accept either linked ammo or M-16 compatible magazines. It weighs 23 lbs loaded, 20 empty. It's intended for suppressive fire, not accurate point fire, and therefore comes equipped with a built-in bipod for spraying Charlies at long range. Standard US military doctrine is to issue one M249 for every 4-man fire team (two or three M249s per squad).
The M249 Para variant features a folding stock and a shorter barrel. It is designed for paratroopers, who naturally prefer its compact dimensions. However, the Para is most often spotted in the hands of hyperactive 13-year-olds playing that Counter-Strike game.
Corporal, I see dirty terrorists coming up the street. Keep their heads down with your SAW while I go around back and flank em with the rest of the squad.
by Tronno Nov 11, 2004 add a video
Nickname for the Thompson submachine gun - an automatic firearm with a distinctive drum magazine and verical foregrip.
The Tommy gun is best known for being the weapon of choice of Prohibition-era gangsters, but it was also used extensively during WWII.
Jimmy the Finger got a mouthful of lead from a Tommy gun.
Back in the war, my granddad used his Tommy gun in the trenches of Normandy.
by Tronno May 3, 2005 add a video
A kickass movie starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
It just rocks, okay? Go see it now.
by Tronno Dec 19, 2004 add a video
The F-15 Eagle is the US armed forces' top air superiority fighter - it has never been defeated by an enemy aircraft. The F-15 can carry short/medium range A2A missiles and guided/unguided A2G weapons. It's also armed with a 20mm cannon.
F-15's are only operated by the US, Israel, Japan, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
Yesterday, US F-15s conducted overnight precision bombings in Fallujah and Baghdad.
Those MiG-25s didn't stand a chance against Captain Jimmy and his F-15. Went up in flames, they did.
by Tronno Nov 9, 2004 add a video
Scram, take off, go away, gtfo.
Comes from the Spanish vamos - the word transitioned into American English as a result of contact with the Spanish colonies in Mexico.
Trust me holmes, you don't want to start shit with me. Vamos, esse.
by Tronno Jul 31, 2005 add a video