SOS
Snatch On Sight
Person One: When I see her it is gonna be SOS!
Person Two: Ooooh you gonna snatch that weave!
by qwertyuioplkijuhytrel February 19, 2014
Special Occasion Sex:
Sex that is had during special occasions.

i.e: Christmas, Thanksgiving, Graduation, New Job, etc...
The sex that some couples have only consists of S.O.S.
by AnonymousLatina July 16, 2011
SOS
Someone Over (the) Shoulder.

It can be used when your mother is standing right behind you and keeping a watch on what you are doing on the net. Obviously, you cannot tell your girlfriend or whomever that your mom is behind you, so you can just type SOS.
That way your mom won't understand but the person you are talking to can be careful.
Your GF- HEY!
*your mom comes behind and watches the screen*
YOU- SOS
GF- Ok. How are you?
*normal and formal chat follows and your mom ain't suspicious*
*Day Saved*
You can use it against your wife too.
by akky47 October 10, 2010
SOS
SOS stands for shoot on sight which is pretty self explanatory. It is the only type of "contract" or "warrant" that is more severe than the classic dead or alive because it exclusively solicits the killing of the target with no other option.
If barry keeps talking shit to the police they are gonna put some paper on his ass or may order an SOS.
by saharadryhumor January 15, 2015
SOS
An acronym meaning "Same Old Shit". This is pronounced "Soss". This term is used to describe a person's life as being the same old thing.
Jenny: Hey Joe! What's new?

Joe: Nothing much. Just the SOS.
by funny fellas January 13, 2014
SOS
The sexual reference of SOS stands for "Shit on shingles". When you "SOS" someone , you get naked and take a shit on their chest , cover it with country gravy , then eat it.
"Man , this girl is so kinky , she wants me to give her some SOS."

"I know I barely met you, but Im ready for some SOS."
by CougarTom July 31, 2013
An S.O.S. call is an internationally accepted Morse code distress signal. S.O.S. is sent by people on a ship when they are in danger of drowning, but I have read online that it was also used by pilots b4 they have been shot down. I don't think, though, that sailmen or pilots are the only ones who use the S.O.S. signal. Since it is an Intrnationally accepted distress code, anyone stranded and in serious trouble with no way of getting a phone call trough or any other means of communication have to relly on S.O.S.!

This signal can be transmitted in various ways. It can be sent out as an audio tone, along a telephone wire as an electrical pulse, as long or short pulses of a radio signal, or as a visual signal by using a flash light, also it could be as simple as banging on something or making some kind of noise. It is codified as three dots, then three dashes and three dots again. This sequence is without any space between the dashes and dots. The three dots signify the letter S and the letter O is formed by three dashes.
(info on this I got from reading about it on other websites and magazines.)

There are various phrases that are used as a full form of SOS. They are as follows:

Save Our Souls, Save Our Ship, Send Out Sailors, Save Our Sailors, Stop Other Signals and Survivors On Ship.
"Our only hope is that someone hears aor S.O.S. signal in time...".
"Sir, we're getting an faint S.O.S. signal from somewhere in our vicinity."
by PedaVas December 22, 2012

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