|1.||internet tough guy|
Someone who constantly talks about how bad and "hardcore" they are over the connected phone lines called the internet. These people usually frequent chat rooms and online forums for the sole purpose of shit talking and gloating to complete strangers to fill the void in their life, something that dosen't impress someone in the REAL WORLD. They also like to troll areas in chat and forums that contain such topics as: Martial Arts, Boxing, Fighting, Excercise, Weight Lifting, Wrestling etc. so they can compete with other lifeless internet whores for the sole purpose of determining who is the biggest nerd of them all. These people talk about how much ass they kick and how they could take on the world single handedly, when in reality, quiver at such ideas of someone who dosen't like them finding them in their parents basement where they thought they were safe. Internet Tough Guys should be regarded as the lowest form of life on Earth. 99% of the time they are liars, who will make completely bogus claims of being 7 feet tall, 400 pounds of pure muscle, and bench 700. Often they have bullshit stories to accompany such shitty claims like "I've wrestled a bear and a lion at the same time, and I kicked both of their asses with ease!" or "I'm a pro boxer who beat Mike Tyson in a backyard brawl with no gloves!" They often reply with sayings such as "fuck you", "i'll kick you ass", "your luckee that i cant get you", and the...more...
A name for someone who claims to have a legitimate business selling products online without having the means to view or buy what he is selling.
Potential Customer (PC): Can I see what you are selling online before I buy it?
Retailer: Err, no... just give me your money and I'll get it to you. I have described it to you already!
PC: but I would like to see what I'm getting for my money, please show me!
Retailer: insert weak excuse here for not having a website or pictures available
PC: Oh, I see you are a Ramswell retailer. NO SALE!
(n.) The attribution of human characteristics to animals or other non-human objects/inanimate objects (eg, trees, birds, buildings, etc.). (Syn.: anthropomorphism; anthropomorphization)more...
Examples of anthropomorphosis are commonly found in fictional literature, predominantly within metaphors and similes. Descriptive writing also utilizes it.
For example, "the angry waves of the North Sea" is a mild anthropomorphization, since it declares waves of water to have emotional capabilities.
Another example would be: "the tall and menacing trees stared at me from their heavenly heights and tried to grab at me with their gargantuan wooden claws." This is anthropomorphic because:
1) Trees are not menacing.
2) Trees don't have "claws."
3) Trees cannot grab, nor can they "try" to.
Most commonly, however, anthropomorphic qualities are found within eco-friendly humans who sympathize with certain environmental and moral issues. For example, there are many people who oppose the concept of zoos. An anthropomorphic statement could be: "Look at that poor lion. He's just sitting in ther...
A rip-off of Pekiti Tirsia Kali, and other styles of Filipino Martial Arts (FMA).
Made up by the Sayocs to cash in on the interest in FMA. This system is interesting only to those who are new to FMA and are clueless about the history of the Sayocs.
Claims to be "all blade all the time"but it's more like "all money all the time". Expensive DVDs that teach "knife fighting" to teenagers and those who want to pretend their badasses LOL. Claims to be effective but is actually based on confusing and complicated templates that will naturally be forgotten in the heat of a real knife fight.
It's not really FMA, because its not from the Philippines. It was made up in the Sayoc's Tae Kwon Do club in the US.
If you're interested in knife fighting, you're better off learning it from Pekiti, Illustrisimo or any of the other true FMAs.
(oh by the way, some of the Sayoc's deluded keyboard warriors will try to delete this soon hehehehe.)
Buy the latest Sayoc Kali DVD of template 34 to 67 from the sayoc and get 10% off of their overprices aluminum training knives.
The "ole deposit scam." The art of taking ones rental deposit monies for personal gain. A tactic used by landlords to keep deposit money, by making bogus claims. Common claims are not having the place "professionally cleaned" and reporting missing items (that were probably not in the place to start with)
i just got deposit fucked by my landlord for not cleaning the top of the light shade.
noun; An imposter. A person or thing that claims to be something they are not. A similar but inferior brand.
The origin of this term can be traced back to the early days of the internet when individuals or companies would register similar domain names as more well established sites with the intention of increasing traffic due to typing errors.This is a practise that continues today.
One of the earliest examples is that of metacrawler which when typed as metercrawler would take you to a different site.
"Those guys wern't helicopter pilots, they were metercrawlers."
Andy: "Did you get the Baileys?"
Geoff: "No I got the metercrawler"
Originally from the recent "Jeffrey Chiang" Saga on Wall Street
to chiang: to make false and outrageous claims about one's achievements and skills to get a job in investment banking.
"How did you get that job, dude?"
"I totally chianged my resume, bro!"