First of all, Long Island is not a penninsula. It is an island. Hence the name Long ISLAND. Secondly, I live on Long Island, in a prodominantly white suburb in Nassau to be specific and I have never heard anyone say that they live in "the city" if they live here. When most of us act "ghetto" we are basicaly mocking you all. We aren't "upstate". We're Long Island. It's a totally differnt portion of New York. Not all of us are rich snobs. Of course there are the select few who are, but around here, that's a minority. I'm middle class along with most of my town. However, two towns over is ridiculously wealthy and one town north is a bit, shall we say, poor. Being from upstate is not a bad thing. It's just got a different feel to it than from being on Long Island. Just like Long Island is significantly different from the city. And honestly, everyone that insults us Long Islanders is not necessarily jealous or wrong. We tend to be arrogant sons of bitches that think we're better than everyone else. But you all aren't completely right either. I've noticed that not many of you who have posted on here have looked at all the sides and are mostly ignorant assholes. But that's okay. If it works for you..have fun. Just don't expect to get anywhere in life. Oh and another thing. The whole "Yo, motherfuckaas from Long Island couln't last 2 days in Brooklyn!". Okay, we probably couldn't. But then again, I don't know why you're so proud that you can. Personally, ...more...
|2.||Hammer and Tongs|
Going for it after a long time apart. Usually after one partner has been travelling around the world.
Alana has been missing James since he left on his holiday. They're going to go at it hammer and tongs when he gets back. I have heard they've booked a hotel. Maybe they'll do it in the car at the airport..
an area where a person has much experience or a skill where one has much talent. Long suit probably comes from card games such as "hearts", where the player has to follow the trump and has either many such cards in his/her hand, a long suit, or not.
He managed to thank the master of ceremonies, but sat down quickly. Public speaking isn't really his long suit.
|4.||hammer of dawn|
One of the more powerful weapons in Gears of War. The Hammer of Dawn is a rifle-like weapon, which fires a harmless laser. The rifle then triangulates the coordinates of the laser's position, and relays them to an overhead, imulsion-powered satellite system. After a few seconds of locking on and charging, the result is a beam of energy which obliterates everything within a small radius.more...
The laser can be aimed anywhere, but the system itself only works outdoors with a clear, open sky. The beam can be moved slowly while firing, and only lasts for about five seconds. There is a significant pause before the beam can be used again, but it can be fired an infinite number of times (as long as the satellites remain overhead).
In Campaign mode, the Hammer comes in useful for defeating larger enemies, like Berserkers or Seeders, which are invulnerable to standard weapons. It can only be used during specific parts of the game, however, which make it a rather useless secondary weapon to carry for a long time.
In multiplayer, the Hammer of Dawn appears on a number of levels including Fuel Depot and Rooftops. Because of its blatantly obvious and lengthy targeting system, the weapon is fairly useless for active combat but works well when unleashed upon a distracted
1. The act of hammering a Poon; (V)
2. A long erected object used to hammer Poons; (N)
Where were you last night? I was Poon hammering.
Man, thats a nice poon hammer you have there.
|6.||The romanian hammer|
The act or acts of punishing a young Romanian prostitute with fierce hammering blows to the groin. Usually perpetrated by a young white male tourist featuring a prominent bald spot.
The Romanian hammer Amsterdam 2006
1. (Adjective) A word that refers to a really big douche bag person that you cannot stand. Mainly someone who does something rude or annoying like the loud strike of a hammer.
2. (Noun) A tool with a long handle and a butt at one end and the other side two points used to jab nails into certain things. Often used in construction.
3. (verb) To bash something into another object or hit something intensely.
4. Hammered* (Verb) To get extremely drunk or wasted usually after a crazy party.
1. Wow, that dude over there with the face is such a hammer, he keeps trying to start a fight with Frank over here.
2. I used a hammer to nail the picture frame into the wall.
3. That dude kept pissing Frank off so i went over there and hammered him in the face with my fist of doom.
4. We got so hammered last night! Frank ended up on the floor and i think we wrote on him... Can't remember though...