Usually used to refer to one's mates, minions,or grunts.
(someone who has just been beefed): I'm gonna call my heavy's down to sort this chump out
A group of members of the Ghostbusters community who seem to have total control of all aspects of the fandom.
An Illuminati like group with power and influnce over all things Ghostbusters. Rumor has it they even told Bill Murray to stall production of Ghostbusters 3.
"Because it is the same 10 people. and those same 10 people, or the heavies as I called them, dont give a damn about anything else but their own agenda." - Keoni
A large or muscular person assigned the role of a bodyguard
Jason is gonna be our heavy.
the feeling one will have the morning after a night of drinking and bad decisions. a general "heavy" feeling of regret, guilt and dread.
nicki had the heavies after her work christmas when she found out she stole the band's mic and sang "don't stop believing" to the entire company.
To be carrying a firearm. Used most often by Italian mafiosi, but sometimes used by african-american "gangstas." The equivalent of "packing heat" or "coming hot".
I went heavy, but I didn't even need it to punk those bitches out.
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.
Stupidities that conflict with everyday life.
Pete: "Look at that homeless guy wearing a wool sweater, its July 18th!"
Matt: "No way! Where?! This guy's heavy."
Brick layer Mike: "Hey, pass me a cinder block on the plank."
Brick layer Joe: Non, my harm hurts from pelting da snow last night."