angry lesbians united
she has an A.L.U. poster in her room
A L.U.G stands for Lesbian Until Graduation. It is from the movie 'Road Trip Beer Pong'
She's a L.U.G
The Brotherhood Legion of United Exiles, or B.L.U.E., is a freedom-fighting federation of human-controlled planets that has one purpose in mind: the toppling and utter destruction of the Empire and it's strong arm military, comprised of elements like the notorious R.E.D.D Army. and the Imperial Marines. Our goals are freedom of expression, democracy, and the end of oppression of human colonists at the hands of an Earth-based imperialist government. Our soldiers come from all walks of life: spacers, Earth expatriates, defected Imperial marines, mothers, fathers, sons and daughters alike.
For decades now, our rights to bear arms, religion, speech, assembly, happiness and many others have been encroached upon for the longest time. The tyrannical juggernaut that is the Empire has bled us until we have nothing left to bleed, taxed us until we have nothing left to give, even killed our loved ones. For those in the Brotherhood, the days of a government not ruled by the people are over. You can help us in our fight; you are valuable far beyond your knowledge to comprehend and the Brotherhood needs every able-bodied man and woman it can get no matter their ability.
there is a team called the B.L.U.E army at forerunner conflict.
love you like a sis ( or sister)
can be used sarcastically or for real.
Common in middle school
buddy-Aw- Amanda your so sweet :)
me-Don't mention it, I L.U.L.A.S
P.L.U.C.K politically , lyeing,unholy,cowardly,killers . song by system of a down
while i was talking to my friend the song "P.L.U.C.K" came on the radio
Not alot here, usually used when writing a note or an email or on an im, when someone asks wuts up? you say n-a-l-h
Wuts up dude?
A little-known term used in the U.S military, typically used in the U.S. Marine Corps which stands for Strategically Taking Equipment to Another Location. It is a term used to justify taking something that doesn't really belong to you when questioned by a superior who feels the action is immoral. STEALing most likely oocurs while on deployment to a far away country.
Situation dictates use:
1) A marine STEALing toilet paper from another unit's bathroom (head) in order to meet his unit's hygenical needs= Good
2) A Marine STEALing a DVD player from the (PX) Post Exchange= Shoplifting,which is bad (unless there is an acronym for "SHOPLIFT" which would justify taking something from a place where people normally purchase goods in exchange for money)
Marine to battle buddy: "After that unit over there leaves their tent for duty, I'm going to S.T.E.A.L. a sleeping bag to make up for the one that was taken from me." (Remember, there is only one thief in the Marine Corps; Everyone else is trying to get their shit back)