To crack onto someone is an Australian phrase meaning to hit on
someone, or make a move on someone.
"I was at the club last night and this jackass just came up and started cracking onto me, so I shot him four times in the leg"
"Pff, the jerk. He can't just crack onto someone like that"
"I know! Anyway, I called the hospital and they say he'll never walk again"
A phrase used randomly over voicechat in online games, originating in Team Fortress 2
, to provoke people to chat more, to break a silence, as a battle cry, or just because.
Mikha: Wet towels!!
Grimson: ... What?
Jiggs: Did she just say wet towels?
Nuckpang: What's going on?
Mikha: Towels are going on. Wet ones.
A phrase originating in the online Steam community, most notably Team Fortress 2. It is noted for being a random exclamation, but is also the only word in the English language
which is simultaniously an adjective, an adverb, an interjection, a noun, a verb, a conjunction, an article, a pronoun, a cardinal number, and two words.
Grimson: lol, that gun is Wet Towels! (Adjective)
Jiggs: I know, I wrap it in Wet Towels (Noun)
Grimson: I bet it shoots Wet Towelsly (Adverb)
Mikha: Wet Towels! (Interjection)
Jiggs: I have Wet Towels knife too! (Article)
Nuckpang: Lol, let's Wet Towels them! (Verb)
Grimson: Mmmmm, Wet'owels (Contraction)
Mikha: Wet Towels agrees with your sentiment (Pronoun)
Jiggs: To be Wet Towels not to be! (Conjuction)
Mikha: But how many Wet Towels? (Two Words)
Jiggs: Wet Towels (A Cardinal Number)