Same meaning as "heavy-set people", but instead of saying "heavy-set people", you say "bigger-set people". Similar to "plus-size people". Nice way of saying "fat people".
Juan: "Hey Rico, what's the difference between the term 'bigger-set people' and the term 'heavy-set people'"?
Rico: "Nothing Rico. They are synonymous. Much nicer than saying 'fat people'"!
Acronym for Fat Ass Walking Club. This is the group of over-weight people that walk up and down the neighborhood in the evening.
She's a member of the FAWC. Here comes the FAWC.
Set Abominae is a fictional character that appears on the following albums of heavy/thrash metal band Iced Earth:
- Something Wicked This Way Comes (Last three songs)
- Overture of the Wicked EP
- Framing Armaggedon (Something Wicked Part 1)
- Revelation Abomination (Something Wicked Part 2)
He is a kind of "Anti-Christ", conceived by the Setian race (which were the former rulers of Earth until mankind came from space and killed almost every living Setian) to destroy mankind.
It's revealed in the Framing Armaggedon album that the surviving members of the Setian race, during the man's invasion, managed to release an immense Cloud that brainwashed all mankind. Then, they patiently proceeded to further divide man, creating all the religions and manipulating history at their will. 10 thousand years after the brainwashing event, Set Abominae will be born according to the prophecy and will consume a long-waited revenge.
The character was created by Iced Earth lead guitarist Jon Schaffer. Some people compare Set Abominae to Spawn.
"If humans learn what's truly at stake
And of the birth of Set Abominae
Their primitive minds, a maddened state, no
Frame it as the Elder deemed
Frame it our way
Derived from the hood. Usually meant to describe larger heavy set people dressed in a red shirt.
Yo my boy had this outfit on, money looked like the Kool-Aid man.
A group of obese people, or if a single person is astonishingly obese the word may be used to describe in the singular.
Look at those fattle being herded into the casino!
Over the course of almost 9 years in the 1970s the Zodiac Killer took the lives of over 13 people, either stabbing or shooting them to death in or by their vehicles. All the targets were the same, couples in cars off rural roads.
Taunting cops the Zodiac Killer would send in encrypted messages to the local papers, describing how his past victims had died, and who would come next if they didn't post his message on the cover of the newspaper the following day. The only surviving witness described the zodiac killer as a heavy set man in a self fashioned hooded jacked that covered his face, brandishing a crossed circle that he always signed his letters with.
After 1978 the killings stopped, the Zodiac's case was never solved.
Kill Count: 13
His menacing intro cypher translates to:
"i like killing people because it is so much fun. it is more fun than killing wild games in the forest because man is the most dangerous animal of all to kill..."
He always start his letters off with the following:
"this is the Zodiac speaking..."
More commonly known as the pit. The part of a drum corps or marching band that stands in front of the field and do not march. The Front ensemble can include mallet instruments(marimba, xylophone, vibraphone, etc.), guitar, bass guitar, keyboard/synthesizer, drum set, and auxiliary, among many things. The pit is the forgotten part of most drumlines, as most people only include the battery(snares, tenors, bass drums) in the drumline. Usually very nice people who are criticized excessively by the rest of the corps because they don't march.
person 1: Look at the Front Ensemble.
Person 2: Yeah, their mallet line is incredible!
Trumpet Player: Dude, the FrontEnsemble is so lucky they don't have to march. They are so lazy.
Clarinet player: Yeah but the pit has to push all that heavy equipment to and from the field all the time.