3 definitions by RagingR2

An exlamation used by visitors of a pop or rock concert, and sort of a phonetic derivation of the more classic We want more!, which is used to ask the band for an encore, and is essentially an expression of praise for the band. This new derivation is a result of two things.
1) When a large concert hall full of people shout "We want more!" together, it usually mixes up to a fuzzy wall of noise which sounds something like "We wa wo!", almost sounding like an animalistic cry or a war chant. Some people have now jokingly stopped using the original alltogether, and started shouting the phonetic version of it.
2) Bands coming back after being asked for more used to be an exclusive treat for an extraordinarily enthousiastic crowd, but it has now become a fixed ritual at the end of +90% of all pop and rock concerts, leaving many people wondering why the band doesn't simply play the songs included in the encore in the first place, without going off stage first. Therefore, amongst some frequent concert visitors, the "We want more!" has evolved into the more lazy bastardization "We wa wo!"
*band leaves the stage after explicitly promising to come back if the crowd shouts loud enough*
Crowd: "WE WA WO! Yadda, yadda, break time is over - get on with it, dammit!"
by RagingR2 April 12, 2007
An exclamation made by visitors of a rock or metal concert. Originally, this was to ask the band (usually a cover band) to play a song by the band "Slayer" (a trash metal band, and one of the most brutal bands in the history of Metal music that gained world fame). However, the use of this exclamation has now broadened; it can also be used to ask the band on stage to play something louder or harder than what they're currently playing.
The exclamation can also be used in a bar, adressing the DJ if he plays crap music.
*band plays a cover of a song by some unknown Rock band*
Visitors: SLAYER!

*band plays a rock-ballad*
Visitors: SLAYER!

*DJ in a bar plays nu-metal*
Visitors: SLAYER!
by RagingR2 April 12, 2007
A humorous hacker's term for diagnostic lights on old mainframe computers and modern network hardware. The word is supposed to give the average English speaker the impression that it is a German word. The word comes from a warning sign written in mangled mock German and typically printed in a blackletter-Gothic font, that used to be popular under computer room personal in the U.S.A.
ACHTUNG! Alles touristen und non-technischen looken peepers!
Das machine control is nicht fur gerfinger-poken und mittengrabben. Oderwise is easy schnappen der springenwerk, blowen fuse, und poppencorken mit spitzensparken.
Der machine is diggen by experten only. Is nicht fur geverken by das dummkopfen. Das rubbernecken sightseenen keepen das cotten picken hands in das pockets, so relaxen und watchen das blinkenlights.
by RagingR2 June 18, 2007