64 definitions by EJL

A.K.A. See-Kay-Why. Band consisting of Deron Miller, Chad Ginsburg, Vern Zaborowski, and Jess Margera. Started in Pennsylvania with Jess and Deron, who called their band "Oil". Changed their name to "Foreign Objects" in 1998, and then, after meeting Chad Ginsburg, called themselves CKY. Bam Margera, Jess' brother, decided to name his skate/stunt videos after the band.
Albums include CKY Vol. 1, CKY Vol. 2, and CKY: Infiltrate-Destroy-Rebuild.
by EJL May 2, 2004
Model manufactured by Automobili Lamborghini S.P.a. from 1990-2001. Underwent multiple facelifts and varitations to it's V-12 engine during its lifetime, ranging from SV to VT to GT to GTR designations, the last incarnation being the Diablo 6.0. Horsepower for this model ranged from 492hp (1990 Diablo 2WD) to 590hp (Diablo GTR).
The Lamborghini Diablo was replaced by the Murcielago in 2002.
by EJL September 13, 2004
Dan Fox's definition is correct, except the actual french phrase is "Repondez s'il vous plait".
Please RSVP before the 25th.
by EJL December 13, 2003
A common mis-spelling of the most frequently-used term in the English language, "the". Since then, this typo has been embraced by the l33tsp33k community, and is frequently used on message boards and forums.
OMG j00 ar3 teh PWNED lol!!111oneoneone
by EJL December 29, 2005
A British top-end luxury car manufacturer. Current models include the Arnage, Azure, Continental T, Continental R, and the new Continental GT. Bentley is now owned by Volkswagen AG.
The Bentley Arnage starts at $250,000, the Continentals cost $300,000, and the Azure costs $350,000. The Continental GT, however, will probably cost less than $200,000.
by EJL December 18, 2003
Symbol for the BMW M5.
/ / / / \ / ll-----l
/ / / / \/ ll
/ / / / ll----ll
/ / / / /l /l l-----ll
/ / / / / l / l l------l
by EJL February 24, 2004
Is that your Jag XKR?
by EJL November 7, 2003