A way of expressing something.
FMD the size of those
FMD where you get them?
FMD how much?
FMD you did what?
Henry: You know what man? FMD. I don't have to do anything.
Sebastion: Alright man, sorry.
girl #1 "fmd, that boy is hot!"
girl #2 "yeah, i'd let him fmd!"
boy "this really hot chick invited me to a party tonight, but i have to work. fmd."
In a typical FM'ing, you'll see your strikers through on goal time and time again, only to see them spank it out the ground from a couple of yards out, perhaps aiming for a low-flying aircraft or a fan they thought was being overly-aggressive.
Most of the time the end result will be a 0-0 draw or a 1-0 defeat, sometimes without the opponents even managing a shot on target. If your opponents did manage to score the goal themselves, it will more often than not come from a striker who hasn't scored in about 15 hours of football, who it seems was just saving up for a thunderbolt from 35 yards to win the game in the sixth minute of stoppage time.
The term can be applied to real-life football matches, however it is much less frequent, as top-class strikers don't usually forget how to shoot when approximately 7 inches from the goal.
Gary: A 40-year-old Emile Heskey scored with his arse.
This work for my dissertation is really hard, like impossible. FMD'
From the Sony 2006 E3 press conference. During the Genji 2 demo the presenter said, "So here's this giant crab. And you attack its weakpoint for massive damage".
Also, they fought giant enemy crabs in Ancient Japan, evidently.
Wii360 > PS3 FMD. Reads "The Nintendo Wii and Microsoft 360 combo owns Sony's PS3 for Massive Damage."
Can be used reflexively:
Sony's price announced at $599US hurt themselves FMD.