|1.||M A B|
M A B = Mandy and Brandon
Pff, only the best people in the whole world! We are kick ass! WOOT WOOT! We're awesome! We're cool! We will soon rule the world! MWUAHAHAHAHA, well Brandon will anyways Mandy just wants all your money and clothes.
Mandy: Female, straight, sexy, smart, awesome, a total M A B
Brandon: Male, bi, sexy emo, smart, awesome, a total M A B
Name of up-and-coming MC, M.A.B. Acronym for his name, M.A.B. also represents the common abbreviations of popular go-go bands in the D.M.V. (D.C., Maryland, and Virginia) area where M.A.B. is from.
"Its M.A.B. Nigga!" M.A.B.'s popular ad-lib (www.ItsMAB.com)
One of the most popular television series in the last 30 years. M*A*S*H documented life and death at the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital in South Korea during the Korean War in early 1950s. The show ran an unprecedented 11 seasons from 1972-1983 and won several Emmy awards.more...
Original cast (for Seasons 1-3) included: Alan Alda as Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce, Wayne Rogers as "Trapper" John McIntyre, McLean Stevenson as Lt. Col. Henry Blake, Gary Burghoff as Corporal. Walter "Radar" O'Reilly, Loretta Swit as Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan, Larry Linville as Major Frank Burns, William Christopher as Father Mulcahy, and Jamie Farr as Corporal Maxwell Klinger.
In 1975 (end of Season 3), McLean Stevenson and Wayne Rogers left the show (their characters written out) and were replaced by Mike Farrel who played B.J. Hunnicutt and Harry Morgan who played Col. Sherman Potter. Larry Linville left in 1977 (end of Season 5) and was replaced by David Ogden Stiers who played Charles Emerson Winchester III. Gary Burghoff left in 1979 during Season 7 but re-appeared for one last episode in Season 8 before being effectively written out.
In 1983 the series finale of M*A*S*H called "Goodbye, Farewell, Amen" aired and it became the most watched TV episode in history.
After the show ended, producers came up with the idea of life after M*A*S*H and proposed it to the remaining members of the cast who wanted the show to continue. "After M*A*S*H" ran from 1983-1984...
M.O.B is an acronym made famous by rapper Tupac Shakur which stands for "Money over Bitches." M.O.B is best thought of as being a philosophy which denotes that a man who wants true power must always put money first and women second.
A similar philosophy was also espoused by the fictional gangster "Tony Montana," played by actor Al Pacino in the movie Scar Face, in which he said that in this country(the USA), first you get the money, then the power, and then the women.
From an evolutionary biological perspective, men will compete for females, and females will compete for resources, that is, men that can provide them with security.
Men who choose to chase women first, before they have cemented their wealth and status, waste precious time and energy, because even if they are successful in finding a female in this state, this female will in all likelihood trade up to a better man if she meets a man who is wealthier than her current man, and will leave him.
Men of low status who manage to acquire attractive females through charm and wit are at risk of losing these females when faced with a male of higher status that has more resources and or charm and wit. By focusing on resources, aka money, first, a man increases the likelihood that not only can he attract the most beautiful females, but keep them and pass down his genes.
My buddy asked me if I thought his girl was cheating on him. In response, I asked him the following questions.
Do you have a job?
He responds by saying "no."
Do you live at home with your parents?
He responds by saying "yes."
Do you spend a lot of time with her?
He says "no."
Does she have an ex boyfriend who has more money than you?
He says "yes."
My final conclusion to my friend was that, more than likely, she is cheating on him, and to avoid having this happen in the future, he must follow M.O.B.
A.B.E. stands for "All but engaged" and refers to a couple who have been together seriously for a long time, and are expected to marry but have not officially announced engagement.
Similar to the A.B.D., "All but dissertation."
May be loosely substituted with the acronym, A.B.M., all but married.
Eunice and Thad are A.B.E.; they've been dating for over a year now and have talked about marriage. She's just waiting for him to pop the question.
A.B.M. stands for "All but married." Similar to A.B.E., A.B.M. may denote that a couple is engaged, but not yet married. In particular, it may denote a rather long engagement period, but not always. See example (1)
Other times, it may be used as a loose synonym for A.B.E. and may or may not denote behavior between a couple that is more serious than expected at an early stage of dating. See example (2)
Similar to the academic lingo, A.B.D., All but dissertation.
Ellie and Stew are A.B.M.; they've been engaged for three years!
Jay: Zack is A.B.M.
Frank: Yeah, I hardly ever see him anymore since he started dating Kim.
|7.||Bitch, I'm a Bus.|
The phrase "Bitch, I'm a bus", is used to convey awesomeness and a carefree attitude in oneself. Saying the phrase implies that you have the "fuck that shit" attitude and that you feel invincible, as nothing can stand in your way.
Originated in the community website 'Reddit', posted by user Bamka.
Guy A: "WATCH OUT BRO YOU'RE ABOUT TO HIT THAT TREE!"
Guy B: "Bitch, I'm a bus."
Bob: "Tyler, are you sure it's a good idea to roll a joint here? There's 3 cops staring right at us..."
Tyler: "Bitch, I'm a bus."
Tom: "Jim, Sarah's really mad at you for kicking her out of the house after having sex last night.."
Jim: "Bitch, I'm a bus."