You have to love to hate the PRT. It's the best way to get around WVU's campus unless there is something important that your going to...like an exam, lunch or childbirth. If you use the PRT for something simple, like going to the library to study, it runs perfectly. If your doing something major, it has a 78.9% chance of breaking down.
While you are broken down on one side of the track, you can always notice other cars still going in the opposite direction, this is another unexplained phenomena about the PRT. The usual waiting time for fixing the PRT is about...forever.
Dammit, the PRT broke down again. Good thing I packed some food, a pillow and a blanket.
Jon: The PRT broke down on me today. I missed two classes and an exam.
Paul: Yeah, I was on the other side of the track going downtown. I made it there in plenty of time.
Puerto Rican Tuxedo - quite possibly the classiest and longest-lasting fashion trend ever. A PRT is an all-jean outfit, usually consisting of jean pants and a jean jacket. However, there have been cases where jean shirts are worn with jean pants and no jacket (see this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0)
I like how Rick Astley made sure to button the top button on his PRT.
Pausable Real Time. An PRT is a computer game genre in which action happens in real time, but the player has an option of pausing to issue additional commands that are executed once the game is unpaused. This mechanic is mostly used in RPG and strategy games.
Synonyms: RTWP: Real Time with Pause
I like to challenge myself: I always play my PRT games in RTS mode.
Baldur's Gate is an PRT game.