Modern revisit to the classic dawn of id software, and a stark change from the originals of the series (like Wolfenstein 3D). True to the FPS format, RtCW takes B.J Blazkowicz back to Nazi Germany, working for the Office of Secret Actions, where he must escape his dungeon prison Castle Wolfenstein, uncover the secret projects of the SS (e.g. the Venom gun and the the Super Soldier project), and eventually return to the castle to defeat the Nazi's ultimate weapon: the reincarnated Heinrich.
RtCW gives a modern spin on the Wolfenstein series and features many actual weapons and figureheads of the era (Colt 1911, Luger, Himmler) and several ficticious creations (the Venom, Tesla, and Lopers).
Being in love with one's automobile, usually the the point that it's really annoying. Common with people just getting their first car, or people who have invested a lot of money in a worthless car.
Yes, so you ripped a wing off a Plymouth Superbird and hot-glued it to your Civic. Congratulations, you're guilty of senseless carcissism. You can stop talking about it now. Yes, yes, I know how you need to hold down the back end of your front-wheel-drive car. Please, for the love of God, just shut up.
Fusion of 'exaggerate' and 'masturbate.' Has two very different meanings.
-to become so heated in argument that it becomes an almost sexual experience.
-to become so involved in masturbation that the rest of the world disappears. Your arm being tired, your mom walking in, your house catching fire--all become non-issues.
Stem cell research always got him so riled up. In our class discussion, he actually got out of his seat and started yelling, making gestures, references to the Patriot Act... you know, really exagerbating.
Vida Guerra's perfect ass gets me exagerbating every time.
Disturbed song making a reference to the noise and impact resulting from dropping plates of weight from a barbell, comparing their music and attitude to the heavy drop of plates, much like a rap group might say "this how we do, son."
"Disturbed in the house, we're droppin' plates
"'Cause when you hear this shit, you'll get to steppin'
Gonna fight the war, and use my music as a weapon!"
1. Expression that both mocks the poor grammar of the popular greeting "what it is," and denoting your own poverty or misfortune, adapted from the popular Everlast single of the same name. Can also be used for "have-nots" to mock the "haves" and their slight, shallow troubles.
1. Rich kid: My RAZR won't come on!
... Everyone else: What it's like.
2. Cast of Laguna Beach: =( He broke up with me.
... Everyone else: xD WHAT IT'S LIKE, MOFO!