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15 definitions by blenheimears

 
1.
16
The age at which an American can drive a car and get a job, but still can't vote.
You can get a job and pay taxes at 16, but you still can't vote. That's taxation without representation.
by blenheimears March 15, 2009
 
2.
Manbeef was a hoax website that claimed to sell human meat. The site is no longer online, but it can still be found at the Internet Archive.
Manbeef was such an elaborate hoax, even the FBI fell for it.
by blenheimears May 30, 2009
 
3.
Woodpecker that pecks on metal objects, especially chimney caps.
The metalpecker woke me up this morning.
by blenheimears September 05, 2008
 
4.
The MTX Jackhammer is one of the largest (if not THE largest) subwoofer loudspeakers ever manufactured. It is often used in automotive applications, where it needs its own dedicated alternator, battery, and capacitor bank. It is very large and weighs several hundred pounds. It is in fact so large that it will not easily fit in a normal car. It is best suited for minivans, SUVs, Hummers, and the like. Speakers this large are often considered overkill for car audio.
My friend just got an MTX Jackhammer for his riced minivan.
by blenheimears February 07, 2009
 
5.
A single-projectile round designed to be fired from a shotgun. The term is often misused to refer to an ordinary bullet. Slugs are often much larger than conventional bullets. While ordinary bullets larger than .50 caliber are illegal or heavily restricted in many jurisdictions, slugs this large are not because they are classified as shotgun shells. Slugs also have the advantage that one can carry a single gun and use it as both a shotgun and a rifle.
Slug rounds are great for hunting deer.
by blenheimears June 14, 2009
 
6.
A pejorative term for the 6 major oil (petroleum) companies. These companies are ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Chevron Corporation, ConocoPhillips, and Total S.A.
Looks like Big Oil stocks are up today.
by blenheimears October 26, 2008
 
7.
An extremely large bomb, often nuclear.
During the Cold War the United States was afraid that the Soviets would drop the big one.
by blenheimears April 14, 2009