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4 definitions by kool keith nfi

 
1.
n. an individual who posts achievements on their vehicle in the form of bumper stickers. Not just one or two, but several stickers/decals commemorating one event just incase the alarming amount of colorful hallmarks goes unnoticed because the masses need to know what this exciting mortal is capable of and what they have achieved.
*Holy shit, did you know Gay Gary was a Marine?
-No way, not that resume holder!
by kool keith nfi September 13, 2007
 
2.
a term in the underlying ideas of kool keith which levels of heroism are inverse of deployments(real world and training), joint suffering shared with fellow comrads, length of enlistment and type of MOS that collectively mold a United States Marine into either a humble amphibous warthog or the flipside, a big mouthed, small minded, wearing your blues out on the town after discharge, falsified acts of anything other than being an empty uniform, human form of swine. Essentially, the more you train, deploy, and find yourself with the most admirable group of misfits ever devised, the GRUNTS, the less likely you'll be a hero. However, less you train, deploy and find yourself in weak POG specialties, the more likely you'll be a hero and have over a dozen bumperstickers to prove it.
Not everyone understands the hero theory, but the ones that do smile.
by kool keith nfi September 14, 2007
 
3.
a term in the underlying ideas of kool keith which levels of heroism are inverse of deployments(real world and training), joint suffering shared with fellow comrads, length of enlistment and type of MOS that collectively mold a United States Marine into either a humble amphibous warthog or the flipside, a big mouthed, small minded, wearing your blues out on the town after discharge, falsified acts of anything other than being an empty uniform, human form of swine. Essentially, the more you train, deploy, and find yourself with the most admirable group of misfits ever devised, the GRUNTS, the less likely you'll be a hero. However, less you train, deploy and find yourself in weak POG specialties, the more likely you'll be a hero and have over a dozen bumperstickers to prove it.
Not everyone understands the hero theory, but the ones that do smile.
by kool keith nfi September 14, 2007
 
4.
anyone who has served in the armed forces no matter how long the duration or type of discharge, that feels compelled to spend an extra $15 to display veteran licence plates and show the rest of the world,"Hey look at me, I'm a hero, hey over here, I'm a hero.....hey hey me!"
There's lots of veterans around here, all these heroes are making me dizzy.
by kool keith nfi September 13, 2007