A slang term for Army or ground based units, often used by Airforce or similar units that use air-based mobility (i.e. helicopter pilots, VTOL pilots)
How about we give those ground pounders some air support!!
US Army derogatory term for a non-combat soldier or an officer who calls unnecessary drills or parades.
Get with it! The new Lt
wants us to parade for a kit inspection!
! That STRAC REMF
is a real ground pounder!
A vehicle outfitted with massive amounts of audio gear, with a large emphasis on the sub-stage. Usually running many thousands of watts on multiple large subwoofers. These cars are usually walled off and tuned really low.
Most are capable of hitting more than 155dB and have large battery banks and multiple high-output alternators so they can maintain that level all day long. These rides are usually capable of moving tons of air and can preform hairtricks and floating objects in the windows while slowly tearing the bodywork to shreds. They are equally impressive to look at as they are to hear.
"Did you make it to the show last weekend?"
"Hell yeah, there were at least a dozen guys that brought their Ground Pounders out. I got dozens of demos and a couple hours of awesome footage."
One who bashes their R?C truck to the point of destruction.
I get all the R/C help I need at GroundPoundersRC.com Because I'm a Ground Pounder baby!
a grotesque massive dildo, that is large enough to shake the earth.
"Hey Kelly, break out the ground pounder and rip me a new one!"
Heavy hitting bass amp.
Man, that woofer's a ground pounder!
A fat person, often excessively overweight.
She's a proper ground pounder, I wouldn't touch her with yours.