|1.||It's all gravy|
Everything is all good
'It's all gravy, pal'
Term used as greeting, enquiry after health, affirmation and farewell. Most common usage is found in South-East England.
For the purpose of coherance, a translation has been provided:
Person A: Yallright? (Greeting)
Person B: Yallright. (Greeting)
Person A: Yallright? (enquiry after health)
Person B: Yallright. (affirmation)
Person B: Yallright! (farewell)
aka Matti Nykänen: A former Finnish ski-jumper who without a doubt is the best ski-jumper in the world. After his active career as an athlete in the 80's he has lived a somewhat reckless life as a performing stage artist, ended up with three divorces so far and made every effort to live his life in total missharmony ending up to tabloids once in a while.
Alcohol being a major originator in his missleaps of life in many cases has resulted him to be almost a legend in Finnish drinking culture. His immature slogans and bad performing/singing skills have made him to be a common joke in his vocational field, but his popularity however is thereby guaranteed.
"Kaikki on allright ainakin minulla. En tiedä, onko muilla" = "everything's allright with me at least, dunno 'bout others"
"Se on ihan fifty-sixty miten käy" = "it's a pretty fifty-sixty how it turns out to be"
"Elämä on ihmisen parasta aikaa." = "life is the best time in life"
"Saksa-Itävalta on mun toinen kotimaa" = "Germany-Austria is my second motherland"
And many more...
A greeting, derived from the question "are you allright?", in the Geordie dialect of North East England, "y'areet?", abreviated to "aieet?"
Carmicheals friend Steve was diagnosed with herpes. Carmicheal went to hospital to visit him. He said, "Hey Steve, aieet?"
1. The absence of nonperplexity
2. A state of bewilderment in which the nonappearance of a lack of confusion exists.
3. The nonoccurrence of confusion in an unpuzzling environment.
The unconfusinglessness of this class is not attributed to the incapacity of the professor to not stop seizing the use double negatives.
Rothco is a military clothing and supply company that has been around since about the 1950smore...
There are a few "sections" of Rothco, they differ in quality and are for diffrent things you can say...
Ultra Force- Or "Rothco Ultra Force BDU" makes ok quality stuff for a somewhat low price. About 27-30 bucks for BDUs and about $50 for some combat boots. Rothco Ultra Force is generally Made In China. I wouldnt reccomend them for heavy use such as military operations and such but their ok quality i guess..
Basic Issue- These are Made In Guatemala or something however, from US Fabric. These are well made and only a dollar or so more then Ultra Force
Military Division- "Rothco Military Division" These are the real deal. Made In The USA 50% Cotton 50% polyester, this is what the real Military uses. are hard to come by because alot of Rothco Military Division stuff is discontinued so its pretty much just whatevers left over. If your looking for some rugged well made clothing, Military Division is the way to go
Rothco also makes ECW(extreme cold weather) outerwear such as parkas and stuff, M65 Field Jackets, Flight Jackets,Military tools like shovels and such, Flashlights, Police and security uniforms, and even just casual stuff like sweatshirts and t shirts and stuff. Alot of it is Made In China but its fairly good quality stuff. Its an overall good quality company,not as good as they once were, but they make some cool stuff
you can check em out at www.rothco.com