Educating someone by driving by that person and yelling information that person would likely not know.
Yelling this when passing a man or women that is walking on the sidewalk: "Peptide, Noun, short polymers formed from the linking of amino acids."
I got hit by some Drive-by Knowledge today, I was walking home and a car yelled what the defination of a peptide was at me.
|2.||on the knowledge|
UK Slang. Mostly used by taxi drivers when referring to the way they drive, using knowledge of the area they have gained, rather than maps or GPS.
"this taxi driver rules, he's on the knowledge"
|3.||Drive Through Tapping|
the art of eavesdropping on the person ahead of you in line at the drive through while they place their order. Drive through (or drive thru) tapping also includes the option of casting judgment on the person in front of you in line based solely on their order, ordering style, menu knowledge, special food preparation requests, accent, linguistic ability, and/or any other noticeable or distinguishing characteristic used by the orderer.
1-While drive through tapping, I learned the lady in front of me was profoundly anti pickles, mustard, and onion.
2-Whenever I hear, "Hi, I have 7 seperate orders" while drive through tapping, I go inside to order so I don't have to wait on the guy who's either buying lunch for an 87 person office or been elected drive through ambassador.
a person with bad taste and little knowledge of nice cars that believes they can join the "import scene" with their busted-ass cars (usually a slow domestic or very old import). they proceed to then add usually cheap (see: American Products Company) aftermarket parts to include loud mufflers, the biggest cheapest spoiler, windshield washer LED's, altezza tailights, light up tire valves, an array of stickers from companies who wouldn't even talk to them about sponsorship, and maybe even nice rims. these individuals will drive arround in their junk cars and believe they are cool and chicks/guys are checking out their cool cars when in fact they are glad they aren't in the car with them being laughed at also.
cool guy 1: man, did you hear that ricer redneck drive by?
cool guy 2: how could i not? it sounded like he was driving a weed-eater at full throttle. i think he was late for work at the taco bell again.
An organization created by 4 black males from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a drive to contribute to society in a positive manner. Members have a sense of self-esteem and seek out like minds and congregate in large groups. They are highly intellegent with alot of street knowledge that can't be obtained in public schools. Members of the Powergang use their talents of all forms in order to get respect and recognition and empower the black community in a positive way. They are similar to a small government to bring awareness and to teach and prepare the youth of America and the rest of the world too!
The PoweRGanG will be the new government for anybody who has been forgotten about by the current government.
noun referring to the state of having the ability to understand difficulty caused by a legitimate disability that is not visible and meet the challenges that arise because of it.
Person 1: After I was diagnosed with Lupus my fatigue became so intense that I could not drive to work any longer so I changed careers and started working from home and gained my invisidability.
Person 2: That's good, now don't let your invisidabilty turn you into a smug smartass.
1. An inborn pattern of behavior that is characteristic of a species and is often a response to specific environmental stimuli: the spawning instinct in salmon; altruistic instincts in social animals.more...
2. A powerful motivation or impulse.
3. An innate capability or aptitude: an instinct for tact and diplomacy.
1. Deeply filled or imbued: words instinct with love.
2. Obsolete. Impelled from within.
• Natural inward impulse; unconscious, involuntary, or unreasoning prompting to any mode of action, whether bodily, or mental, without a distinct apprehension of the end or object to be accomplished.
• An instinct is a propensity prior to experience, and independent of instructions. --Paley.
• An instinct is a blind tendency to some mode of action, independent of any consideration, on the part of the agent, of the end to which the action leads. --Whately.
An instinct is an agent which performs blindly and ignorantly a work of intelligence and knowledge. --Sir W. Hamilton.
• By a divine instinct, men's minds mistrust Ensuing dangers. --Shak.
• The natural, unreasoning, impulse by which an animal is guided to the performance of any action, without of improvement in the method.
• The resemblance between what originally was a habit, and an instinct becomes so close as not to be distinguished. --Darwin.
• A natural aptitude or knack; a predilection; as, an instinct for order; to be modest by instinct.