Weapon- In a South Manchester Suburb the word weapon is currently the word of choice to describe a 'fool'.
But also the word is also being used to congratulate fellow buddies when somthing comendable is carried out.
Its completely down to the tone of voice used.
Drinker 1 : 'I asked for a carling in a fosters glass. Not a carling in a carling glass' Pause and look of shame given across the table.. 'You Weapon'

Drinker 2 : 'Sorry mate'

Drinker 1 : 'Weapon'

Take note the word weapon was used for a second time, this is a kick in the balls to whoever the word weapon is aimed at.

However on the flipside

Drinker 1 : 'Did you see Rooneys goal!!'

Drinker 2 : 'Hes a weapon'

Drinker 1 : 'Is that Patrice Evra, hes a weapon'
by The_Vine December 28, 2009
insult - meaning: thick, a fool, a tool,
"Dave shut it ya weapon"

"That Daves a fcukin weapon sometimes"
by Tom Pritchard August 25, 2007
Someone who is absolutely beautiful. A rare piece of art. Used mainly in Dundee, Scotland. Can be called a 'weap' for short. Usually used as a compliment on selfies and friends older siblings.
You're such a weap!
See that Jamie? He's such a weapon!
by heartbeats July 09, 2015
Any horrendous pair of shoes that catch your eye whilst shoe shopping.
The mere sight of the shoe triggers a subconscious impulse to grip that ugly son of a bitch and throw it halfway across the store.
The shoe usually ends up hitting someone on the side of the head or striking the back of one's calf causing injury...like a weapon.
Curly: "Hey, whats up, names Curly...check out my new pair of Crocs."

Trent: "Fuck you Curly, those kicks are some weapons. In fact the other day I threw those joints and killed a mother and her child."
by Dr. Dec February 27, 2008
When something is amazing!
Look at that Weapon of a car!!
by Marcus Reuben June 23, 2003
converse weapons. the shoe magic and bird used to use and its still worn by playas today
Check out them weapons. they match his jersey
by MaTT January 02, 2005
A Weapon is used to kill and hurt (Duh!), and should be used wisely
Bob threw his WEAPON at jeff.
Jeff dies :(
by Private November 07, 2003
Cambridge area slang adjective meaning 'good'. Is opposite to 'budget'.
"Check out my new Nova. I reckon its proper weapon."
"Nah mate, it's well budget" (etc)
by Bonny lad November 11, 2004

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