|1.||Pulling a Steve|
Taking credit for someone else's idea or work.
When your boss takes credit for your work
"i can't believe he stole my idea."
"yep, he is pulling a steve."
|2.||Pulling a Dickie|
When someone takes credit for the success of something that were not involved in.
My child's father is named Dickie. I planned and paid for the entire 5th birthday party. At the party everyone came up to us and said it was a fantastic party. He stood there and said " Thank you". He took credit for the preparation and did not admit he just showed up. He was "Pulling a Dickie"
You are on a team at work. You have worked your ass off on a project...did all the research, assimilated the material, produced the presentation...etc. Your superior reviews the information, gives you kudos on a job well done. At the final presentation, superior talks about how hard the research was...the time it took to put it together...blah...blah...blah....and does NOT mention your name or effort. Everyone assumes it was her works and she gladly takes 'Full Credit' for the project....a 'Credit Jumper'.....does not even bat an eyelash!
Jane is a stinking Credit Jumper! Didn't even mention her team at the presentation!
A friend or co-worker who constantly seeks to undermine your progress, or takes credit for work they did not do.
1. You know I am right, why are you being such a wormsley?!
2. Hey wormsley, thank for taking credit for my work.
3. Way to kiss ass, wormsley...
Someone who steals, or poaches, other people's jokes and takes credit for the joke. Poaching usually occurs when a joke poacher heres another person tell a joke and repeats said joke in a louder more obnoxious way for all to hear.
John mumbled a joke under his breath. Will heard the joke and repeated it loudly in a crowded room. Everyone laughed at the hilarious joke and Will took credit for coming up with it. Will is a joke poacher.
When a friend takes credit for buying drinks when he did not actually provide the money. This is usually done by carrying the drinks to the table while the purchaser is signing the tab.
Person 1: Hey guys I bought us all a round.
Person 2: Karl, you didn't pay for that round...
Person 1: Yeah but I carried it over didn't I?
Person 2: Taking credit without paying? Such a Karl round
Best known by the name "Nuke" A fabricated designer drug from the movie Robocop 2. The Nuke that was in use on the streets was "Red Ramrod". Mood altering and extremely addictive, said to be "The most addictive narcotic the world has ever seen" - "A plague"more...
Also said to be a "cheap and clean" alternative to other narcotics.
Used to control ones moods, several other drugs were also under development but they never made it to the streets. These include -
Each drug had a trademark colour, as implied by the name, Red Ramrod was red, Blue Velvet was blue, etc.
Each drug also having a different effect. The drug came in a small plastic pod with a needle on the end, it was injected directly into the jugular/neck. Fast acting. Effects lasting for one or two days before the user experiences "the shakes" and requires another dose or "shot"
Cain takes credit for the drug, although he had a scientist working on the formula of the drugs, “Hank”.
Cain looked upon his drugs as being a way to liberate people, and bring them peace. He himself was an addicted user, and this played the role in his downfall in the movie.