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Similar to the phrase death on a stick, Satan on a bun refers to anything on a bun (sandwiches, burgers, ect) that looks incredibly menacing. It does not necessarily mean that the food can kill you. For example, a Big Mac, though extremely disgusting, could not be considered Satan on a bun because it is not a large, hard core, evil piece of food. The creation of the phrase can be credited to Sam Lindberg, who used it to describe a massive sloppy joe.
"Is that the sloppy joe I ordered? That thing's huge! It looks more like Satan on a bun!"

"I ordered a 24x24 at In and Out Burger... but what I got was Satan on a bun..."
by Drüd August 31, 2008
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FU can act as an adjective describing units in RTS games. It stands for Fully Upgraded. Mostly seen in forums, rather than in games.
person1: Of course British Lifeguard Hussars beat French Hussars, they are royal guard units ffs.

person2: Not when fully upgraded noob. The French can increase their hand cavalry attack by 15%. That boost means that FU French hussars beat FU British hussars.
by Drüd August 31, 2008
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This is an abbreviation used exclusively for games in the Halo series. It stands for OverShield.
p1: wtf? how didn't you die?

p2: I picked up an OS
by Drüd August 31, 2008
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