|1.||Blown in place|
A military term used to describe how combat engineers deal with an improvised explosive device; rather than risk injury or destruction to surrounding property, they will wire explosives to it and detonate it where it was placed/buried, or 'blow it in place.' Also, used to describe what will happen to someone if they keep fucking up.
"Shit! I pissed away millions of my investor's money, now the government is going to have to bail my firm out."
"Dude, when the news finds out, you're gonna be blown in place."
|2.||shelter in place|
The law enforcement term used to describe the order
of "lock down" in a neighborhood.
With a threat to the public looming,the Police Department ordered a shelter in place.
|3.||Feather in your cap|
Back in the time where wearing hats was common etiquette one would often see a man with a feather in his cap. This would signify he has done something worthy of recognition, like completing a goal or winning something. Often, however, the British would see Americans wearing feathers, for seemingly no reason, and laugh at them for their conceitedness. They even created a song to mock Americans, known to us today as "Yankee Doodle". The feather, for a male, would be placed in the left side and for a female it would be placed in the right side. That tradition is continued today, only in place of a feather and a cap people use earrings, left ear means straight and right ear signifies homosexuality. A saying has also formed since then, to "Place a feather in your cap" which is used whenever someone wins something.
Modern day use:
Guy-1: Hey, I just won that hard sporting event!
Guy-2: Neat, that’s something to place a feather in your cap for!
Guy-1: Okay, what's that mean?
Guy-2: umm.. I don't know, let me look it up on urban dictionary. By the way, does that guy over there have his earring on the right ear?
Guy-1: why.. yes, yes he does! He must be a homosexual, for a straight male would wear it on the left.
19th century use:
Gentleman-1: Good morrow, friend, did you see that rousing game of stick ball?
Gentleman-2: Why yes, you sure did show those men whose the better stick-player. That's something to put a feather in your cap for.
Gentleman-1: Why yes, yes it is. But I better place it on the left side, as I am not a homosexual.
History-slug: Remember kids, always place the feather on the side that fits you best! Homosexuals and females on the right, straight males and lesbians on the left!
1) I bet those two are gunna go home and start diggin' in.
2) Look at those two, you know they Dig In.
3) He has the look of someone who likes to be dug in.
|5.||two cracks in my ass|
An expression used when something is hilarious. Also used in place of the expression "cracks me up."
Dude, that shit was so funny, it gave me two cracks in my ass.
|6.||Barrow In Furness|
A place to when you want to get rained on, get your bike nicked by a load of chavs, walk in or around a load of dog shite on practically every street, go to school with teachers that have the collective IQ of a teabag and spend all summer being bored/being rained on. If you REALLY want to be beaten to death by some idiotic youths in tracksuits, COME TO THE ORMSGILL ESTATE/PART OF BARROW. Oh, and bring a skateboard. They dont like that.
PARKVIEW SCHOOL FTW! sarcasm
today i went to Barrow In Furness, and quite frankly, i wish i never.
I am unfortunate enough to live in barrow.
refering to a state of surprise and complete shock
Boom digitty. to be used in place of conventional expletives
boom digitty, I just won the lottery!
Boom digitty, that test sucked
or Boomdigitty, I pimped that test!
to be used in place of conventional expletives