1. Although few people know it, the term derives from the name Germans called Canadian Expeditionary Force soldiers during WWI ("Sturmmann"). Certain divisions of German soldiers, both in WWI and WWII (Nazis), would later call themselves this name. Its meaning is exactly what you would expect--troops capable of quickly and efficiently overcoming opposing forces.
2. Imperial troops in Star Wars.
1. "Scheisse! Sturm-"
2. If every storm trooper was a clone of Jango Fett, why do they all suck so much in episodes 4, 5 and 6?
Those dudes from Starwars that are dressed in white plastic armor...c'mon! You know the guys...
I am using this space to say nothing...yay!
An Outfit Jimmy Page wore in concert.
It consisted of a pilot's hat, aviator sunglasses, a cool suit, and a sunburst Les Paul.
Page looks so badass in the stormtrooper outfit
1. The Nazi S.A. who were the main fighting force of the Germans in World War II
My Grandpa was a storm trooper!
(n) A woman, usually tall or big, who enjoys walking on men's backs and trodding on their exposed testicles while wearing stilletto heels. In stormtrooper parlance, to "crush some glass" is to cause intense moaning or weeping by trodding on male genitals. Many stormtroopers hail from Wisconsin and Minnesota and other Northern states in the U.S. with cold climates.
"Watch out for Lucille...Daryll hooked up with her and said she is a stormtrooper."
(adj) A girl's face that has been ejaculated
on so much that it's covered in white just like a stormtrooper in Star Wars.
(v) The act of completely covering a girl's face in cum
till it's white like a stormtroopers helmet. (Also known as stormtrooping)
(n) A person with a lot of semen
on their face.
"Aww man, Marlena got covered last night... there was so much cum on her face she looked like a stormtrooper."
"I was stormtrooping her face so bad she needed a shower immediately so that she could see again!"
Boy 1: "Is she the campus slut?"
Boy 2: "Yeah, she's use to taking loads to the face, she's a stormtrooper."
A woman that chooses to leave abruptly while being with friends and/or family out of anger. Typically angered, to everyone else, by an unknown source and trying to get her point across of the extent of her anger in hopes of being followed. This is a common method for Drama Queens.
"Hey John, why did Susan leave so early from the party?"
"She's a stormtrooper, and likes the drama when she leaves. I had to catch up with her to make sure she calmed down after Carol's comments."