M19 "Surface-to-Surface Missile" Rocket Launcher
One of the most destructive weapons in the video game Halo:Combat Evolved. Unfortunately-but fairly-one of the most cumbersome. The M19 SSM, or SPNKr is a hand carrier, shoulder mounted rocket launcher. The weapon consists of two primary components: The launcher, which is composed of the firing tube, trigger assembly and electronics for targetting and munitions release. The second component in the magazine. The magazine is an expendable, grooved, cylindrical shell which holds two 105mm rockets.
"Get the SPNKrs over here now, marine! Do you want to be a Banshee's breakfast?"
"The M19 SPNKr is an effective anti-vehicle weapon."
An exclamation that can be made. Has an effect similar to that of exclamation points with written words.
This particular use of the word comes stems from Al Pacino's character, Lietenant Colonel Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman.
Synonymous with yeah
"Women! What can you say? Who made 'em? God must have been a fuckin' genius. The hair... They say the hair is everything, you know. Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls... just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips... and when they touched, yours were like... that first swallow of wine... after you just crossed the desert. Tits. Hoo-hah! Big ones, little ones, nipples staring right out at ya, like secret searchlights. Mmm. Legs. I don't care if they're Greek columns... or secondhand Steinways. What's between 'em... passport to heaven. I need a drink. Yes, Mr Sims, there's only two syllables in this whole wide world worth hearing: pussy. Hah! Are you listenin' to me, son? I'm givin' ya pearls here." - Lt. Col. Frank Slade
A prefix that is used to direct an action that is implied by the accompanying word. Followed by a noun or a handful of workable verbs.
It is an open modifier that, by its very nature can urge haste, however this is not necessarily true in all cases as this modifier can be used simply in to complete slang colloquial.
"Bust a right here."
This can be used while driving, walking, or navigating in any form, though more appropriate with motorized vehicles.
"Bust a move."
A catch phrase used to promote late 20th century Dance Dance Revolution
games. Though the 'bust a' modifier was not started with Dance Dance Revolution
, this phrase has locked the modifier's fate with the popular arcade machine.
"Bust a feel."
Synonymous with cop a feel
A Sophisticated Alcoholic is someone who predominantly consumes high tier alcoholic beverages-cocktails. Occasionally, shooters fall under the repertoire of the Sophisticated Alcoholic.
There is a slight movement towards the sophistication of the Jazz Era, as evidenced by the influx of many Sophisticated Alcoholics.
"Jimmy is a Sophisticated Alcoholic. A Campari Orange will get you his affection."
A model for males which women prefer unconsciously over nice guys
. While women do not necessarily like outlaws, bikers, or a combination of the aforementioned, the word partially serves to indicate the hypocrisy of female mentality.
Made popular and turned pseudo-mainstream by IntellectualWhores.com and the published Ladder Theory. Ladder Theory also uses the term Unemployed Alcoholic
but Outlaw Biker and Unemployed Alcoholic
are not mutually interchangeable.
"Jane told Todd that he was like a brother to her, and that he was too nice of a guy. That same night, she fucked an outlaw biker."
Cellphone culture is a term used to describe the neurotic fixation with the cellphone in many countries.
It describes the mannerism of being unconsciously attached to your cellphone, for example, habitually playing with it, or holding it.
The United States is plagued by cellphone culture and latte culture.