All right, I'm ready! Laws, yes! M-O-O-N, that spells "ready"!
Decoration is my hobby. M-O-O-N, that spells "hobby".
Julie Lawry: You're name's Tom, right?
Tom Cullen: Tom Cullen. M-O-O-N, that spells "Tom Cullen".
Ralph Bretner: Name's Ralph Bretner.
Tom Cullen: I'm Tom Cullen. M-O-O-N, that spells "Tom Cullen". I don't know his name, 'cause I can't read it. Sure wish I did, though — laws, yes.
Nick hands Ralph a hastily scribbled note.
Ralph Bretner: Your friend's name here is "Nick Andros". M-O-O-N, I-I guess that spells "Nick".
Woo-hoo! M-O-O-N, that spells "Nebraska"!
I got it, Mister! I got it! You're just like old Albion Packalot's hired man! Tom Cullen knows what that is! M-O-O-O-N, that spells "deaf and dumb"!
2. A person who *is* an ass. When in situations where the word a$$ is verboten (eating dinner with older relatives, giving a speech in English class at school, or talking on radio or tv), the word "moon" is an acceptable substitute for "ass".
<insert name here> is acting like a spoiled little girl. He's such a moon!
also is the big round bright thing you see on the skies at night. also a name.
General- Soldier! You are going to fly to the sun tomorrow to show that we are better than those americans!
Soldier-Sir! But I'll burn!
General- Do you think I'm so stupid! You will fly at night!