Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker. Four engine USAF cargo plane designed for refueling other planes in flight. Based on the 707 airframe. A play on T. Rex, refers to the dinosaur-like age of the aircraft. See also Stratofortress Rex (B-52)
The USAF uses the Stratotanker Rex as a force multiplier. Isn't that bird 60 years old? Sure, but it still works.
Boeing B-52 Stratofortress. A play on T. Rex, it generally refers to the dinosaur-like size and age of this USAF bomber. Arguably the most successful combat airplane in history.
The Stratofortress Rex is still used over Iraq.
Military, usually Naval, term for a restroom. Comes from sailing ships -- when on a ship without facilities, you hung your ass off the head of the ship, and crapped into the ocean.
Man, I've got to piss. The head is third door on your right.
The United States Air Force Academy. Generally referring to the act of visitors (*$(#@ tourists) standing on the elevated wall near the chapel and looking down on the cadet area, like people at the zoo looking into the pit where the poor animals are kept.
Are you Academy or ROTC?
I went to the zoo.
Area code for western Wayne County, MI and the "Downriver" area south of Detroit (southern Wayne County and Monroe County). Mostly popluated with rednecks, hillbillies and hicks. (Exception - 734 does include the Peoples' Democratic Republic of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County)
"That chick from the 734 was easy!"
"You'd be easy, too, if you only had two teeth!"