This, and many other acronyms like it, such as WMD, speak volumes about the actuality of "terrorist threats", whereby abstract concepts are used, and their names abbreviated for the sake of repetitive and continual use, to convey the supposed threat from foreign countries, rather than presenting actual evidence.
Supposed justification for collateral damage. Not to be confused with Trans World Airline, which is a likely weapon for these fictional hellions.
(Aboard a TWA flight):
TWA hostess: Sir, would you like some TWA coffee?
passenger: No thank you. But I'd love a cup of TWA tea...
Woman 2:So I take it you'll be rockin' the TWA then?
Woman 1:Yeah...It'll look fierce, but I'll still be happy when it grows out!
2)The plural of "twat"
3)A toast made a bit later in the evening.
2)I paid the ladies ahead of time for my favorite holiday pastime. Twas, the night before Christmas.
3)First round- to your beauty and my wit.(Drink)
Second round-to a lovely evening! (Drink)
Third round- to you- what's your name again?(they drink)
Eight round- Twas! (spill, then find mouth)
Today, my parents got home from the Bahamas and brought earrings back for my little sister. They were huge silver balls and upon seeing them I said, "WOAH, those balls are huge." My father then replied, "That's what she said." TWA.