A form of capital punishment in which weight is applied to the victim gradually. Sometimes if they divulge certain information, the weights will be lifted. In the last ten years gangs have began to bring it back into fashion. Giles Dory, in the 1692 salem trials, is known to have said, "More weight, please" as they added the last lethal stone.
Thug: Yo, boy, you keep talkin' shit we gon' press yo ass.
Punk: OH GOD PRESSING! *urinates on himself*
Popular Football program that made its first broadcast on September 21st, 1970 on ABC. Shows a regular season matchup game each week until the playoffs, begenning at 8 o'clock. Begenning in the 2006 NFL season ABC will no longer broadcast Monday Night Football, but instead ESPN will air it.
It's theme song, "Heavy Action" was originally intended for the BBC show Superstars.
Monday Night Football is on, bring in the bud already!
The Afrikanns (South African) equivalent of nigger.
Zulu: Yo, howzit my kaffir
Xhosa: It's good, kaffir, it's good
Venda: YO my kaffir heffers
Boer: You, my kaffir brus, howzit?
*The natives eye him menacingly*
*They all kick his ass with spears*
Sometimes known as the "Immaculate Redemption" or "The Tackle II" (the 2000 superbowl had the first one). Happened in the 2005 AFC Divisional Round Playoff game when after the Bus, Jerome Bettis, fumbled the ball at the goal line, Nick Harper recovered the ball and headed full speed towards the endzone to score, ending the Steelers season. However, at the last moment, in a quick jolt, Ben Roethlisberger grabbed Harper by his feet, tackling him, and ending the 14-2 Colts season. Pittsburgh would go on to win Super Bowl XL.
Forget about the Immaculate Reception, the Tackle is what everybody is going to be talking about from here on out.