13 definitions by Melbell

Much like a Barry boy, a Gary boy drives around in a car (usually some old model they bought second hand) with the music pumped up so loud that it shakes houses as they pass. Have often modified car's music system by stuffing speakers into the boot ect.
I was woken up by some Gary boy driving past the house at 2 in the morning, the music was so loud it made the windows rattle.
by Melbell September 21, 2005
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A word that orginally refered to suffolk, but not tends to be used to describe a place that is away from a main city.
"Oh, I don't actually live there, I'm more out in the sticks"
by Melbell August 24, 2005
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Shortend version of "episode"
"I can't wait for the next ep, why did it have to be a cliffhanger"
by Melbell September 3, 2005
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Spin off show of Stargate SG-1. Sci Fi show that is set in the Lost City of Atlantis, located in the Peguses Galaxy. In the series this city was built by a race called The Ancients who moved the city from Earth to peguses for some unknow reason, probably to escape a plague.
Stargate Atlantis is on tv! Yay!
by Melbell September 14, 2005
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Originally stands for Defence National Storage and Distribution Centre located in Sydney, Australia however civies often use it to stand for "Don't know shit don't care" as the RAAF who work in the real DNSDC don't know shit and don't care.
"What did you do that for"
"Because I DNSDC!"
by Melbell September 23, 2005
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now-now means you intend to do something immediatly, whereas now tends to mean you will do it soon.
"I'll do that now"
"Yes, now-now"
by Melbell August 6, 2005
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Civillians, often used by military personelle.
"Why aren't they in uniform?"
"They're civies here just visiting"
by Melbell September 23, 2005
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