1. Stains left in the seat undergarments. See also: "Skid Marks" and "Bacon Strip"
2. A contraction of "Script Kiddies". Script Kiddies are inexperienced young hackers that use programming scripts (Login, Visual Basic, et. al.) for malevolent ends.
1. Whoah! You scared the bejeezus out of me. Hold on. I gotta check my shorts for skiddies.
2. I can't believe a bunch of Skiddies got into my website and messed it up.
Trade name for a utility/agricultural truck produced by Mercedes Benz from 1947 to present. Availiable in various shapes and sizes, UNIMOGs are characterized by their large tires, high ground clearance, spartan interiors, and legendary druability. The name is an acronym derived from UNIversal MOtor Gerat (Universal Power Unit, in German).
Use the UNIMOG to tow out that Cadillac Escalade that got stuck in the mud.
Slang for the prescrpition pain reliever Oxy-Contin. Oxy-Contin allegedly has highly addictive qualities, and is a common narcotic in rural areas.
Dave blew his entire paycheck on hillbilly heroin.
Name of the puppet host of a comedy short on the Conan O'Brien late night talk show, voiced by Robert Schmeigel. The main theme of the short sketches usually involves Truimph heaping loads of ridicule on various groups or individuals with comedic intent.
Pertaining to anything related torment, persecution, or torture with extreme prejudice and no remorse. From Ving Rhames' infamous line in the movie "Pulp Fiction"
...Go to work on the holmes here with a blowtorch and a pair of pliers.
A player in first person shooter type games that seeks out easily defendable places to hide, digs in, and then picks off other players as they happen through is arc of surveilence.
Gimme that railgun you camping whore!
Named for Intel founder Gordon Moore. Moore's law states that the number of circuits in a CPU will double every 12 to 18 months.
If Moore's Law is correct, then computers will be eight times as powerful in three to four years