22 definitions by MAC-Gyver

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Cockney slang for the border of something.
""E's gawn orf the 'hedge of the roof!"
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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1) An underage girl. From the punishment for statutory rape (i.e., consensual sex with a minor or mental defective being considered technically illegal if not in poor taste) being a felony charge that carries prison time.
2) A juvenile delinquent or repeat offender, from their taste for getting into trouble, their constant trips to prison, and the fate of the silly bastards when they get there.
1) The rule with jailbait is that 16 will get you 20.
2) "Jake got sent up for dealing crack to schoolkids again? Man, that dumbass jailbait thrustbucket must like prison food and free orange jumpsuits."
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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A string of 'believers' lay inside the belly of the transport plane, ready to fly home.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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The practice of reversing the letters in a word and pronouncing the result phonetically (often changing the original spelling). A popular code used by London's lower classes and the criminal element to make their speech unintelligible to outsiders.
Police = Esclop.
Beer = Reeb.
Woman = Nammo.
Weed = Dew.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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Canadian military slang dating back to World War I, for a mortar round or an aircraft 'iron' bomb, especially a heavy large-bore one. Derived from its weight and size, like a large pig.
"We were crossing the plain in open formation when the enemy brought smoke -- 'blind pigs' and rainmakers.
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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1) American military slang for adolescent hit-and-run thieves in occupied countries who grab anything not well-secured or well-guarded. The most common item stolen are soldier's sunglasses (like Ray-Bans and Gargoyles, thus the term.
By extension, the term is also used for adolescent refugees and beggars.
"The locals have a trick where they leave a string of Ray-Ban Bandits by the convoy routes to beg for food or steal anything that falls off the trucks. Then they beat the poor starving bastards and take the stuff away from them so they can sell it on the black market..."
by MAC-Gyver May 27, 2003
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