a military slang term coined during the Vietnam War by American infantry, referring to the dropping of 250-lb. Mk-81 Snakeye bombs ("snake") and 500-lb. M-47 napalm canisters ("nape") on a position
American soldier 1: "Dude, I just got off the radio! They're droppin' snake and nape!"
American soldier 2: "Let's GTFO!"
Technically known as the LOLcat Bible Translation Project, it began in July of 2007. It is an online project dedicated to translating the entire Bible into lolspeak.
God is referred to as Ceiling Cat and Satan as Basement Cat. All characters, including God, converse in lolspeak. Common lolwords are used to express Christian ideas, such as blessings (cheezburger) and disciples (homiez).
The actual names of biblical characters and locations are grammatically accurate, and the LOLbible itself is an accurate representation of the bible. It is available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
So liek teh Ceiling Kitteh lieks teh ppl lots and he sez 'Oh hai I givez u me only kitteh and ifs u beleeves him u wont evr diez no moar, kthxbai!' - John 3:16 from the LOLcat Bible
a literal English translation of the Chinese phrase zhǐ lǎohǔ (simplified Chinese: 纸老虎; traditional Chinese: 紙老虎), meaning something that seems as threatening as a tiger, but is really harmless.
"All reactionaries are paper tigers." - Mao Zedong
a scotch blended whiskey made in Scotland, est. 1882. consists of a blend of about 40 malt and grain whiskeys.
frequently featured in film, including The Shining, It's a Wonderful Life, Hotel Rawanda, and Band of Brothers.
Winters: Still drinking nothing but the VAT 69, huh?
Nixon: Only the finest for Mrs. Nixon's baby boy.