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Originating from Modern Warfare 2, an in-game phrase during online play that the announces to your team that a enemy was lucky enough to score an 11 kill-streak and has earned the chance to unleash destruction at the pulling of a trigger.

Hearing this phrase brings panic and chaos and generally leads to 1 of 3 things happening:

1) Players immediately run for the nearest form of cover (e.g. : buildings, houses, etc).

2) A more senior player will whip out a Javelin or AT-4 and aim it at the AC130 in hopes of bringing the rampage to an end before the pilot racks up a 25 kill streak for a nuke.

or 3) Newer players will stand out in the open and fire their guns at the plane, trying to bring it down. This is usually met by a 105mm round or 40mm round from the airplane above.

Following the announcement of the AC130's arrival, chaos ensues along with the howling entrance of 105mm rounds blasting the map to smithereens.
Computer Voice: "Enemy AC130 Above!!!"

Player 1: "Ahh shit, run for cover!"

Player 2: "Hey, I have an AT-4. I'll shoot it down."

Player 3: "Take that! What is that sound... Oh noo!! BOOM."
by clickclack43 April 09, 2010

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1) To eat massive amounts of wieners or attempt to accomplish some daunting task very quickly. Too big a task can result in a Kobayashi Reversal.

2) To be a sore loser when you couldn't participate in something and proceed to throw a fit by protesting in a un-sportsmanlike manner. Usually results in getting arrested.
Frank: You see Jack take on that pile of hot dogs at the barbeque on Friday?

Tony: Yeah! He was like Kobayashi! NUM NUM NUM NUM NUM NUM!!
Peter: I guess some kids are pissed about getting cut from the baseball team because they couldn't meet Coach's expectations.

Andy: They staged a protest in front of the school and got pinched for disturbing the peace. Like Kobayashi!
by Clickclack43 July 04, 2010

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The excessive amount of "O's" that are in a text message or similar text status update. Generally caused by a sense of boredom and the willingness to convey that to others.
Kim: Hey, what's up?
Carol: Driving back from Las Vegas. The desert is soooo flat. I can't wait to get home. But the truck in front of us is sloooooow.
Kim: Just a few Boredom-O's there. Sounds really exciting....
by clickclack43 November 07, 2010

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