(n.) 70's slang - A young man or boy. Race is not inherent, however, it did originate from African-American
"How's it hangin', youngblood. Gimme some skin. Solid day?"
"Run back to your crib, youngblood. It's getting heavy out."
(verb expression) Short for locking the magazine/cartridge into the gun and loading the ammunition into the gun's chamber. (Usu. used to show toughness, ambition, fear and other strong characteristics. Originally spoken by John Wayne in "Sands of Iwo Jima" as "load and lock".)
One of the commandos in Resident Evil says "It's time to lock and load." when first seeing advancing zombies.
The main character in the assassination-themed Hitman video game series. An unmistakably enigmatic contract killer, he says little, yet is capable of a lot. Gone through many fatal situations, Agent 47 is often thought of as an end-all figure or angel of death. Dressed up in his black suit and red tie, (as well as also being recognizably bald), he sustains a clean elegance and is revered for his fiber wire skills, weapon marksmanship and high payouts at the termination of his targets. Did I mention he once disarmed a nuclear bomb?
Sneaking up behind the guard, Agent 47 readied his anaesthetic and struck with lightning speed. Taking the uniform off the sleeping guard and hiding the body, Agent 47 continued his mission with a temporary deception to further gain access to his target.
A Latin expression, it basically means a style or way of working. May also be meant as having a certain routine in some cases. "Method of operation."
Louis "Gravelface" Nelson collects funds from the neighboring businesses between 3 and 5.
1. Japanese mortar shell renowned for a whizzing sound before reaching you.
2. A mixture of heroin and cocaine, provides a one-two punch effect on the user.
1. "Do you hear that, Sargeant? Sounds like a fruit fly...SCRAMBLE!"
2. There's some bozo down the campus selling whiz bangs. Only a matter of time 'till someone turns him in.
(noun) The strength/concentration of an alcoholic beverage. You can calculate proof by multiplying the "alcohol by volume" content by two.
A tequila of 160 proof would be 80 percent alcohol per volume which is pretty deadly. A lager of ten proof which might have only five percent of alcohol per volume; safe to gulp. You're getting it now!
(n.) An expression used to describe someone's affinity/skill at gardening or growing plants.
Jillian has quite a green thumb; look at her tomato patch!