A military term for someone who thinks ahead, and shows a good amount of dependability.
Can also be used in a negative manner, see example B.
Hey, high-speed, good work on getting the trucks up.
Hey, HIGH-SPEED, how about you take your weapon off safe before you try to fire it, how bout'that?
a military term refering to some one who is all was prepared and ready for what ever is next. or a person in good shape
he ran the 2 mile run in 10 minutes. he's so high speed.
Ironic: A person who is inept. Used in place of the person's name. Heavy military useage.
Hey there, high speed, why didn't you do twenty push-ups like I told you to?
He's so high speed he'd trip over his own two feet.
A drink that you buy in san francisco liquor stores. its 2 tiny bacardi limon's 1 seagrams gin and a red bull. it is sold along with a styrafoam cup a bag of ice a straw and lid.
Yo! you grabbing anything to drink before the club?
Yea, im gonna slide through the store and grab me a high speed.
Yo, grab me one too!!
A military term usually used by higher ranking people to call on someone that they may not know the name of. Also it is used as either a degrading or rewarding term.
"come here highspeed!"
"good job highspeed!"
"why aren't my work orders in yet highspeed?!"
used in the military to describe cool stuff and express the greatness of it. often used for special forces stuff and gear..
Soldier 1: "Hey man, look at my new Blackhawk! CQC Holster.."
Soldier 2: "Wow, thats fucking highspeed!"
Soldier: "Look at those Delta Guys, they all carry those highspeed gear!"
Stoned drivers who think they're going 65 MPH when they're really going 25 MPH.