Colloquial word used to refer to highly trained specialists in their respective fields; especially when the exact field of specialty is unknown.
Usually used when an new and unknown piece of technology is being discussed, and having no idea what branch of speacialty is responsible.
Used commonly in 60s and 70s British spy movies and war movies to infer generally to clever people developing, researching weapons etc...
The Boffins at the laboratory must have worked hard to make this new flying car....
Who knows how it works? That's one for the Boffins....
aka bro ho
-wears exclusively dirtbiking or offroading brands
-drinks more than their alcoholic fathers
-smokes more pot than cheech and chong put together
-dates guys with lifted trucks
-thick black eyeliner
-most of their pictures include some variation of a sideways peace sign
-tries to fit in with 'the guys' but in the end is used for sex
-very popular in school and spends 99% of her time on myspace
-very often seen in 661
-use the word 'chill' as an adjective
known for wearing No Fear, So Cal, 187 Inc., Alpinestars, Black Flys, DVD, Electric, Famous, FMF, Hitman, Hoven,
Hustler, Metal Mulisha, MOB INC., Reef, Skin, SPY, SRH, and Tap Out
bro hoe 1: dude, did you go to mike's kegger last night? i was so fucked up
bor hoe 2: nope, me and jon were out fucking in the back of his truck after we went offroading.
Sweden is full of Swedish, blond, bombshells with huge breasts, but the men are considered gay and/or stupid by other Scandinavian countries. The reason for this is their natural blonde hair, massively upper body strength, and their way of speaking. This normally has nothing to do with the actual men, hell, he could bring back a deer to his wife and seven kids and still be considered gay by fellow norse men.
Once about a time 2 Swedes and 2 Norwegians were gonna compete who got most fish.
The Norwegians pulled up fish after fish, but the Swedes got nothing.
Then, one of the Swedes decided to spy on the Norwegians.
Later on, he came back to his buddy, and gave the following message...
– Dom har borat høl i isen! (They've made a hole through the ice!)
we found a problem:
Example doesn't use the word swedish. Use the word in a sentence.
Swedish men are stupid.
A short spelling of the word 'bright' yu mite also see it as 'brite'. The SSS sujests tu use 'bryt, lyt, lym, ly, lyn, lyk, myt, dy, dyet, spy, sky, myn, etc.'
I got a bryt idea. Dang! Yu ar so bryt!!
A word used in the online multiplayer PC game Team Fortress 2 to quickly inform your team that there is a enemy spy disguised as a friendly pyro in the vicinity.
spyr0! Behind you! Ah, too late.
UNSPU stands for Undercover Ninja Society Protection Unit. The aim of UNSPU is to not only protect Undercover Ninjas, but world domination, but mostly they're the good guys.more...
You don't have to be either a Ninja or a Spy or a Pirate or anything along those lines to join UNSPU, however you do have to be able to grant the protection of any Ninjas who need help of any kind.
U - Undercover. This is aimed at both the Ninjas and the UNSPU members. Obviously Ninjas are undercover, but UNSPU members also lead double lives. Unless in uniform, there is little to no visual difference between them and the general public.
N - Ninja. Definition: 1. noun a member of the ninja who were/are trained in martial arts and hired for espionage or sabotage or assassinations; a person skilled in ninjutsu 2. noun a class of 14th century Japanese who were trained in martial arts and were hired for espionage and assassinations. The word Ninja is derived from the Japanese word Ninjutsu - Nin = perseverance Jutsu = study of.
However, UNSPU isn't picky, so really anyone who claims they're a Ninja and proves to UNSPU's satisfaction may be granted Ninja status. This rarely happens, it's much easier to become part of UNSPU and be briefed on the existing Ninjas then to prove yourself as a Ninja.
S - Society. Meaning all Ninjas that are undercover, regardless of race, ...
Well, in reality, the "Dark Carnival" can refer to several things (besides what you came here to read about, which I will get to). "Dark Carnival" is a collection of short stories by Ray Bradbury, published in 1947. "Dark Carnival" is also a novel written by Keith Ferrario, a band headed by Niagara and Ron Asheton, a song by Vanessa Carlton from the 2003 video game Spy Hunter 2, a Deathlands novel, and finally, the setting of a concept album series by Insane Clown Posse.more...
So what is the Dark Carnival, as presented by ICP? A warped, nonsensical, sellout off-shoot of the Christian religion. Violent-J claims that he was "visited" by the Dark Carnival back in 1992, which in turn led to the 6 Joker Card albums. Each album would contain secret hints and "messages" from the Dark Carnival, with the 6th revealing the secret of what the Carnival really is. The joker's cards were littered with what seemed to be unique stories of people getting "judged" after death, with the "Dark Carnival" being something like a uniting force for Juggalos, or even a place you go when you die. Now being a complete atheist, I don't believe in any of that nonsense, but I thought it was cool and original.
Then, somewhere along the line, ICP "found Jesus", and became "Intimate Christ Posse". The clowns not only revealed that the "Dark Carnival" is a metaphor for "god" (most likely the Christian God), they went back and turned their lyrics inside out in a deceitful attempt to fool people into believin...