|1.||M.E.V.O. (Mahwah Environmental Volunteers Organization)|
The Mahwah Environmental Volunteers Organization (M.E.V.O.) was founded in the summer of 2008 by Eric J. Fuchs-Stengel and Samuel A. Berman. After going on numerous hiking expeditions during the summer, the two friends became motivated to preserve the natural beauty of our environment. And so, M.E.V.O. was born. M.E.V.O. is a volunteer organization; its primary goals being to clean up, preserve, and protect the environment. Of course, we understand that we can't do this alone, so it is also our mission to raise awareness about pollution, and to motivate other groups and individuals to help us in this cause. These goals will be accomplished by organizing a variety of activities for our volunteers, from hike-a-thons and bike-a-thons to clean-ups and recycling drives. M.E.V.O. is also a "friendship" organization which volunteers its time to help out other friend and partner organizations that work to protect and enjoy the environment as much as M.E.V.O.. Because ultimately, saving the environment and planet is going to be a team effort. And it won't be easy, but it will definitely be worth it.
Guy #1: Man i wanna help save the world, but i don't know how (sad)
Guy #2: Dude we should join, M.E.V.O. (Mahwah Environmental Volunteers Organization), they have several chapters all over New Jersey
Guy #1: Yeah!!! thats a GREAT idea (happy)
An anacronym that has many meanings, but ultimately is the name of a group of 4 college students who won third place in a coding competition in Northern Minnesota in 2008 while high on sugar and caffeine from excessive Mountain Dew.
Team u.S.T.E.V.E got third place!
Extra Vaginal Attachment.
A large strap on dildo worn by a woman to take the man's role in penetrative sex.
Victor: Dude, what's up with your walk this morning?
Chase: I went back to Jenny's place last night, she pulled out the biggest E.V.A. I've ever seen.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the stuff Rachel Ray uses to cook with, dress salads with, and, I should hope, roll around with her buddies in after a hard week slaving over a hot stove. The usage seems to be spilling over to other cooking shows as well, but caution: no matter what Rachel tells you, if you are cooking, E.V.O.O. is a waste; save it for salads and use more ordinary oil at the stove. For rolling around in, I should think you could do just as well with Mazola.
(chirrupy:) "Start with a little E.V.O.O.!"--Rachel, beginning a culinary adventure.
Disambiguation of Chevrolet, an American "automobile" manufacturer. Used as an acronym by those that think Chevrolets are transportation that's about as reliable as a mongoloid anorexic horse with dysentery. Is loosely related to F.O.R.D.: such as First On Race Day; however those same individuals who prefer the C.H.E.V.R.O.L.E.T brand would try and tell you it was Fixed Or Repaired Daily, or it was a Fucked Over Rebuilt Dodge. But fuck them instead.
C.am H.angs E.very V.alve R.attles O.il L.eaks E.ngine T.humps:
Phil: Why, Bob, is that a new car in your driveway.
Bob: Yes, Phil, it is. This is my new Chevy. Purty, ain't she?!?
Phil: Ohhhh, you bought a C.H.E.V.R.O.L.E.T.
Bob: Uh, yeah!
Phil: Sweet, OK, so I'm gonna go get a set of jumper cables so we can start it, a pistol to blow your brains out for being so stupid as to buy such a vehicle, and a bottle of Scotch for medicinal purposes subsequent to you using your brain and skull to redecorate the interior of that shit machine. I'll be back in a jiffy!
People for the Ethical Treatment of Vegetables. Much like P.E.T.A, and mostly used against P.E.T.A members. Members of P.E.T.O.V are against chemical additives in vegetables, the picking of vegetables early, cutting and slicing of vegetables, and the consumption of vegetables. Many members are Meatatarians, meaning they do not eat vegetables, and some are Medin, meaning they do not eat vegetables or anything that has vegetable product in it, nor do they wear or use anything that came from a vegetable.
Bystander1: Why is that girl chained to the salad bar?
Bystander2: She's a member of P.E.T.O.V, she's protesting.
A form of interior design popular among evangelical Christians, in which "pleasant", Christian-themed home decor is favored. Often involves a variety of decorative crosses; wall hangings, picture frames and/or garden stones inscribed with Bible verses in script fonts; numbered prints of Thomas Kincade paintings; pictures of children praying; pictures depicting Bible scenes; and statuettes of angels. Most e.v. chic items can be purchased at Hobby Lobby or Kirklands.
"My mom's house is e.v. chic."