A large and/or powerful moustache. A moustache to be feared.
bearers of the power 'stache include:
Dennis Gage from My Classic Car
Kurt Russel in Tombstone, now that's a power 'stache.
Your ride, vehicle, conveyance, autovoiture. Could be a car, truck, motorcycle, whatever.
Shit, that is one fine sled you drivin'
Title bestowed on the latest cookie-cutter nü-something band by ignorant MTV obsessed neophytes who know nothing about music, while failing to realize that earlier, and greater, bands influenced the latest crop of down-tuned power-chording hair farmers, and even greater artists influenced them, and so on.
Bands that do not qualify for the title "greatest band ever":
Anything recorded after 1980
End of list. Sorry if you're butt-hurt, but it's true.
A large, long-barreled, high-power handgun, preferably a revolver. From the comic book Preacher
where the villain, Starr
gets his junk
bitten off by a trained Rottweiler and compensates with an obsession with large handguns. He stands in front of the mirror, holding his gun at groin level, saying "doom cock".
That .500 S&W is a fucking doom cock.
Here's where Dirty Harry pulls his doom cock.
Graveyard dirt, a powerful ingredient in hoodoo
conjures, charms and mojo
If you want someone to go away, sprinkle goofer dust in their footprints
A robbery scam where a woman poses as a prostitute and lures the john/mark into a room. When they are in bed, the woman's male partner rushes in, usually brandishing a gun and posing as a jealous husband or jilted lover. The mark leaves in a hurry, without his clothes or valuables. The perpetrators, or "Murphy artists" collect their loot and escape.
A similar version was used in the movie Porky's
as a prank involving a black guy with a machete, chasing the naked crew into the woods.
New Orleans used to be the capital of the Murphy scam.
All-time best street bike ever built. Introduced by Harley Davidson in 1957 to combat the invading British Triumphs, Nortons and BSAs on the track and on the street. The best selling middleweight motorcycle in history.
Unique among Harleys, the Sportster engine and transmission are in one case, whereas the so-called Big Twins have a seperate transmission case. Pre 1986 Sportsters featured iron heads and are called (DUH!) Ironheads. '86 to present are the next generation Evolution, or Evo, Sportster and feature alloy heads and a 5-speed transmission. The most recent models feature rubber-mounted engines.
Sportster-based motorcycles have dominated flat-track racing since the late 1960s. Many early choppers and customs were built from Sportsters, as well as land speed record bikes.
Calling a Sportster a "girl's bike" or "Shortster" may result in a visit to a dentist.
Lots of Yuppie Softail wankers ignore the fact an 883 Sportster makes almost as many horses as their Evo Big Twin, but the Sporty is two hundred pounds lighter. No contest, Sportsters kick ass!