Julia: "Oh really?"
John: "Yeah, my favorite actor is Taylor Lautner. Don't you think I look like him?"
Alex: "That guy is totally being a Harrison"
Other friend: No way! What was he doing?
Friend: Winning! At everything!
Other friend: That sounds like Harrison
A ferocious beast who can kill any person, at any time with any weapon, from nowhere near you in a video game.
2. Noun Amer. Fictional
In Medal of Honor: Rising Sun, Lt Harrison is the leader of a small group of soldiers who are captured by the Japanese guarding the target, the Pistol Pete artilery. After destroying his targets, you and him try to escape. While escaping he is shot and gets stuck on a bridge he set a demo charge on. He will die on it unless you save him.
In muliplayer, he is an unstoppable machine who kills all of his enemies, up to 100 times.
Player 1: Ah dude, that guy just killed me with a pisol from 1000 yards.
Player 2: Dude that guy is a Harrison for sure!
Lt Harrison is a fictional character in Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
A future leader. A past wish come true.
A present that was a gift from God.
A smile that can stop time. Harrison is guy that has charm built in his DNA. He attracts others like Magnets.
Rest of public: Harrison is keeping it going he is the guy with endless supply of effort. Harrison is the guy that will bring down the takers and birth the contributors.
Politician: Who can help us out of this situation?
Governor: Harrison has it under control, he is the man to go to.
Wife: I always wished for a angelic, handsome leader as a son.
Husband: Then you chose the right son to have:)
The volume of the women in the room grew soft, the batting eyelashes fluttered.Then a announcer introduced HARRISON. All the room could see was Harrison.
The party was slow quiet and very lathargic. People yawning. Harrison walked in and people gathered. The room grew in excitement. Dancing and laughter grew.Someone yelled NOW THIS IS A HARRISON. This is a Cool Party.
A happy motherof a GREAT son: I wish everyone could have a Harrison.
Slang for marijuana, weed, skunk. Derrivies it's name from the old english 'There's no comparison to Johnny's Harrison' Can be used in conjunction with George (Harrison) indicating a spliff or Joint