Term used by amateur radio operators to denote that the operator is driving in the car. When operating morse code, amateur operators send an abreviated "/M", which comes out sounding exactly like "shave and a haircut, three bits."
kr9uz de nz4fk/m. just slammed into a parked car. must stop transmitting code from the /m. sk kr8uz de nz4fk k
a city in alabama
sweet home alabama.. dun dun do daint don dun dow
The only word Australian and British people use to describe a 'cell phone'. I have never heard an Aussie say 'cell phone'.
Hint: To be cooler, say: 'Mobie'.
"Have ya got ya mobile on ya?"
"Some muh-fucka jacked me for my mobie."
a small wireless telecommunications device used to contact people on. not to be confused with a 'cell phone', the mobile's primative american cousin, a 'cell phone' also runs on 'gasoline' whereas the more techincaly advanced mobile uses petrol.
i taunted americans with my mobile
i called tony blair on my mobile
i hit a rapist with my mobile
mobile is a word that means you have a source of transportation meaning you have a car
hey monica i need a ride to work are you mobile
A city in South Alabama on the Gulf Coast of the United States. Founded in 1702 and the first capitol of French Louisiana. Original home of Mardi Gras in the USA.
Pronounced mo-BEEL. Also known to many locals as Mobtown.
This year I'm going to Mobile for Mardi Gras because it's more fun than New Orleans.
Better name than "cell phone". "Cell phone" just sounds tacky, while calling your mobile a "moe-bile" sounds very elite. It's also what the Brits call their mobile phones.
Call me up on my mobile, houses
n. abbreviation: mobile phone
If you can't make it give us a ring on me mobile