The main character of the Star Wars: Jedi Knight and Star Wars: Dark Forces series of video games for PC and various consoles.
Formerly a smuggler/mercenary. He found out he was a jedi when his father was killed by a sith lord named Jerec. He hunted down the evil Jerec and killed him. In doing so, he almost fell to the dark side himself, so he abandoned his Jedi ways. Later, his close friend and future lover Jan Ors was kidnapped by dark Jedi Desann. He returned to his jedi ways to save Jan Ors, and "currently" works as a Jedi master for the new jedi temple on Yavin 4.
I just got my ass handed to me by Kyle Katarn.
Term used by American colonists used to mock british soldiers.
Unlike the term lobster
, which refers to the british soldiers' bright red uniforms, "lobsterback" refers to the scars on the soldiers' backs. Whipping or flogging was common in the british army, and used for pretty much any diciplinary problems. Almost all Bristish troops had scars from numerous lashings.
Patriot: Nice scars, lobsterback.
British Soldier: Go to hell.
Ghettofication of the word "Damn". An example of another ghettofication would be turning "sure" into "shizzle".
Dizzam, brotha done kissed his momma!
Similar to popular video game "Dance Dance Revolution," except that after you play it, you will likely wake up the following morning in a shady motel room wearing a stewardess uniform.
I played Drink Drink Revolution the other night.
What they call soda in the United Kingdom.
I daresay cornelius, let us procure some fizzy drink!
The combination of NASCAR racing and NASA space program. A joke from mock newspaper The Onion.
I saw Jeff Gordon race the space shuttle Columbia in NASACAR.