Said to a person or workmate when they aren't going to be around anymore but not going to be far removed in a geographical sense. For example, if they are changing jobs but remaining in the same town or city.
"You were a pain in the ass to work with but I'm sad that you're leaving for some reason. Don't be a stranger, will you?"
Ultra-cool way of writing the phonetic pronunciation of the abbreviation for revolutions per minute, RPM, which is the measure of how many times a given object such as the eccentric shaft inside a turbo rotary turns in a minute, which is a lot.
That ahpeeyem guy has the coolest website about burnouts ever!
the main purpose of having automobiles, that involves using the brakes of the car to hold it still while the driven wheels turn at high speed to produce copious smoke and also cause the car to exhibit handling characteristics such as a sliding rear end which make driving it very fun