Slang term for a security guard, bouncer of an imposing physical demeanour. Can often be seen walking around Thorpe Park in large groups wearing black shades, big ear piece, black security shirt and a belt kit consisting of all the necessary gear such as baton, handcuffs and a large radio set. Stereotypically, they are all expected to slowly nod their head to look cool, and be roughly 6ft 5" - 6ft 7" tall and around 4ft wide.
I suggest you stop giving me hastle sunshine or otherwise you will be dealt with by the heavies.
Right, thats it, GET THE HEAVIES.
RAAUUUGH, GET THE FUCK AUUTT OF HERE NAUUU BEFORE I FRO YOU AUUUUUTT. I SUGGEST YOU DAUUUWW WHAT I SAY AND YOU WONT GET HURRRT. NAUUUUUUW.
The word "heavy" has 2 different meanings.
1) When something is unbelievable, out of the ordinary.
2) When something is good, excellent, brilliant.
"Woah!! This is heavy!!"
"This is heavy duty Doc!!"
The term "heavy" was said by Marty in all 3 Back to the Future movies.
"serious," NOT an indication that something is wrong with the earth's gravitaional pull in the year 1985.
Woah, Doc, this is HEAVY!
A large muscular man employed to menace or intimidate, or as a nightclub bouncer. (UK slang)
The gangster was annoyed, so he sent a couple of heavies round.
1. (adj.) Very massive; fat; weighs a lot.
2. (adj.) Serious and intense.
3. (adj.) Hardcore, brutal, raw.
4. (noun) A tough guy.
5. (adj.) Carrying a weapon, most likely a gun.
John: Did you see that guy? He must have weighed 400 pounds?!
Jane: Yeah, I know, he was really heavy.
John: Last night, my mom died.
Steve: Man, that's heavy.
Whitechapel is heavy.
The club was having problems with riff-raff, so they hired a couple heavies to bounce.
The other side came heavy to the fight, so we beat it outta there pretty quick.
to carry a gun or some other type of firearm
don't mess with him, he came heavy
The grade of Scottish beer between Light and Export. Tasty.
"Mine's a pint of Heavy and some pork scratchings".