A person who is fresh (fresh off the boat). it can also be described as a reptile which is extinct (dinosaur)
oi u esha!
esha bring the ketchup
AHHH ITS AN ESHA!
The mexican version of "fail boat" or "fail train."
"Hey, do you hang with Jose?"
"No! he rides the fail burro."
only the BEST car in the world!! comes in many colors including:
maroon (the best color), yellow, blue, green, pink, and more.
Looks similar to Hummers but are made by Toyota.
what many sailors plan to do is buy an FJ boat
(which is similar to 420s and smaller then Rhodes 19)
to trailer from their FJ car.
Person 1: Woah! Dude! Where'd u get that awesome car?
Person 2: Its an FJ cruiser...
Person 1: Oh thats why it looks so cool!
Person 2: Uh huh!
when you are having sex on a boat and you have a girl bent over the ledge and ur doing her in the vagina and after you blow your load in her, you push her over the edge.
Last i gave Mrs. alabama party-boat on bord the U.S. Kansas.
Iron Coffin was a rueful term coined by German submarine ("U-boot" or "U-boat") crews to describe their vessels during World War II. This term reflected the submariners' awareness that submarines are usually sunk while they are submerged, so that the crew of a sunken submarine is interred forever in the hull at the bottom of the sea.
The term is descriptive and makes the desired point, although during the war submarines were made of steel, not iron.
The truth of the term is evident in the fact that between 28,000 and 39,000 U-boat men died in the War, representing a casualty rate between 75% and 90%. The lesser number is most often quoted. The wide difference in estimates may result from the fact that many U-boat men died in air attacks while ashore, or were killed after being re-assigned to Army units during the last months of the conflict.
In the early 1970s the term gained some familiarity among English speakers after the publication of a memoir of the same name written by Herbert Werner, a former U-boat commander.
When a submarine sinks, it becomes an iron coffin.
A Term used in World of Warcraft by players with slow computers. This happens when your character is riding on a zepplin or boat, and by the time your computer has finished loading, the zepplin/boat has already left to return to where it started due to massive lag.
Player 1: Where are u i thought u said u were on the zepp???
P 2: I was but then i pulled a 'round trip, im back in Orgrimmar now.
P 1: Dammit
Some refer to the common lyric as "imonaboat" or "immonaboat" instead of "I'm on a boat" in either text messages or other instant messaging services.
Comes from "imma".
(AIM Screen name 1) u no tht andy samberg song?
(AIM Screen name 2) wat... imonaboat?
(AIM Screen name 1) ya tht 1
(AIM Screen name 1) You know that Andy Samberg song?
(AIM Screen name 2) What, I'm on a boat?
(AIM Screen name 1) Yeah, that one.