A person from Nova Scotia. Contrary to popular belief, the schooner Bluenose was named after the people of Nova Scotia, not vice-versa. The term has been in use since at least the late 18th-century.
...I just got back from a weekend in Halifax. Man, those Bluenosers like to drink!
When Thierry Henry used his hand to set up a goal in the World Cup qualifying match between France and Ireland on Nov 19/09.
It is akin to the "Hand of God" goal that Dieggo Maradonna scored to eliminate England from the 1986 World Cup, except that this time it was a Frenchman.
Irish eyes aren't smiling, thanks to the hand of frog!
British slang for Germans, especially during WWI, to imply their "barbarian" nature.
AKA Fritz, Gerry, Krauts, or Square-heads
It's especially funny given that the actual historical tribe known as Huns weren't Germanic at all.
The Hun is feeling snug behind his barbed-wire, but the Tommies
will root him out soon.
A robotic offshoot of humanity that is only concerned with four things: gym, tan, laundry, and "smooshing".
Best exemplified by the characters on the TV show Jersey Shore.
If encountered in the wild, do not startle them, and do NOT accept the offer of a drink.
Yo yo yo! We tandroids be doin' GTL before hittin' the clubs! It's a Joisey thang!