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v. To achieve something partially through intense skill and partially through luck. Expression originated with Commander/Admiral William Adama in the 2004 television series Battlestar Galactica.
Commander William Adama (to Lee Adama, Saul Tigh, Kara Thrace, and Laura Roslin at a mission briefing): "Sometimes, you gotta roll the hard six."

Sharon "Boomer" Valeri: "It's like Commander Adama says; sometimes you gotta roll the hard six."
by Aaron D. Edwards April 20, 2006
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n. A workstation/office that is out of the way and not near the main areas of a workplace. Term comes from the series Star Trek: Voyager, where Deck 15 was the lowest deck on the starship.
Employee One: Hey, my office is on the third floor. How 'bout yours?
Employee Two: I'm stationed on Deck 15; the second sub-basement.
by Aaron D. Edwards April 20, 2006
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The act of performing a stunt similar to the above mentioned Leroy Jenkins video. To rush into a battle with extreme excitement, even when it is highly probably that you will lose due to the fact that you are vastly outnumbered.
CofC Student #1: Dude, I'm gonna run in there and steal one of the Citadel cadet's hats.
CofC Student #2: You don't stand a chance! There are 20 cadets in there, plus one of them is standing right next to all the hats guarding them. It would be totally Leroy Jenkins of you!
by Aaron D. Edwards September 10, 2005
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1.) The name of a character in Joss Whedon's Slayerverse. She is a slayer like Buffy, but cooler and cuter.

She eventually turned evil, got put in a coma, woke up, switched bodies with Buffy to be evil, got switched back, went to be evil in Los Angeles, tried to kill Angel, tortured Wesley, had a breakdown, went to jail, turned good again, got out of prison to catch Angelus, went into another coma, woke up, saved Angel, went back to Sunnydale and helped Buffy stop The First Evil.

2.) Anyone who is a secondary character that is actually much better than the main character of a TV show, movie, book, etc.

3.) A song by George Michael.
1.) Guy 1: Did you watch Buffy last night?
Guy 2: Yeah, Faith was so much cooler than Buffy.

2.) Guy 1: Dude, Daniel Jackson is totally O'Neill's Faith.
Guy 2: Rock on.

3.) Guy 1: Dude, "Faith" is such a good song.
Guy 2: You listen to George Michael? He's such a fag.
by Aaron D. Edwards June 3, 2005
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A parting phrase, where a person says this and holds up nine (9) fingers.
It is based on the parting word, "Peace," but if four and a half (4.5) times better because it uses nine (9) fingers instead of only two (2).
David: Alright man, see 'ya.
Peaches: Peace with nine.
David: Peace with nine.
by Aaron D. Edwards September 9, 2005
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