"I was scared I wouldn't have enough to eat."
(2) Slang: Meaning that Theron's guitar style and specific licks were added to a song, particularly in the solo.
Meaning: the almighty, the ruler, the women snatcher, the big dicked man who WILL beat you down for talkin dat dumn shit. BEAST.
all these terms were used for this name.
Theron: Get Slapped
Guy: oh ur bein silly arntcha??
Theron: The Fuck You Say Nigga!?!?!?!
Theron: CLACK CLACK CLACK!!
Guy: awwwwwwwww u shot me!! u little BIT-
Theron: (pisses in mouth). hahaha YEA!! who da bitch now??!??!?!?
Appearing in the 13th century Scotland, Ronald quickly became a popular name. Many affluent families began to pass down the name to their first born sons. By the mid 1800s Ronald (or Ron for short) had accrued notoriety, respect, and admiration as the majority of Ronalds had made themselves wildly successful.
Circa 1853 there came to be known a certain Ron who was a less than savory character. He had brought shame to his family and the subsequently disowned him. He immigrated to the United States of America to start anew. Ron was a scoundrel, a drunkard, and a bit of a philanderer. His friends began to name his terrible and often foreign actions after the man himself. Thus coining the term "The Ron." Hence forth he was only known as "The Ron."
He was much older when it was time for The Ron to pass down his family name. He had much regret for his behavior of old though the damage was done. Ronald was no more and there was only The Ron. With his gained respect for tradition he could not bring himself to bestow upon his son any other name than his. So in an effort to stay with tradition without handing off the shame, Theron was born and his son was Theron, as was his son, and his son.
Dude, you're so behind the time. It's Theron now and that's not nice.