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The opposite of duct tape.

Like matter and anti-matter, these 2 must never be brought in contact or the universe will be destroyed.

WD Stands for Water Displacement and it took the developers 40 attempts to get a formula which worked. Convair, an aerospace contractor, first used WD-40 to protect the outer skin of the Atlas Missile from rust and corrosion.
This bolt is stuck, better squirt some WD-40 in to it.
by fubarderby January 04, 2005

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Urban firing range located in the East Midlands of England. The Chief Constable of Notts this week complained publicly that he is going to have to subcontract some murder investigations because his detectives cannot cope with the workload.
Boss: "We want you to move to Hucknall (north side of Nottingham) to work".
Me: "No thanks. I will stay in Derby as it is safer here".
by fubarderby March 16, 2005

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Breeders are those that choose to have children and get state handouts, extra days off work, preference for choosing their holidays, all at the expense of us who choose not to breed.
I don't want to see photos of your ugly off spring, hear about how clever/funny/cute they are and I certainly don't appreciate you passing their infections on to me.
by fubarderby November 28, 2004

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I am bigger than most chavs, so when a load of them (all about 14) tried to block my path on the pavement (because weze izz 'ard innit?), I punched the alpha-chav in the face without warning very hard and spread his nose across his face. He went down like a sack of spuds in front of me, so I "place kicked" his head. The others ran away because they were only used to pushing 12 yr-old goths around and not bigger people who fight back.
Someone call Rentokil to eradicate those chavs hanging around outside the village shop.
by fubarderby February 11, 2005

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British soldiers have long been know as Tommies because when pay books were 1st issued in 1812 during the Peninsula campaign, soldiers were shown an example pay book in the name shown below:
Private Thomas (Tommy) Atkins of the Grenadiers. Hence a "tommy".
by fubarderby December 27, 2005

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The intellectual elite, but the term only seems to apply in eastern european and some asian societies. People like Stalin and Pol Pot seemed to target this group for annhilation for no obvious (i.e. sane) reason.
Intelligentsia are the enemies of the people. Kill them all.
by fubarderby June 13, 2004

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As stated, the AK-47 and FN-FAL/SLR both have barrels of calibre 7.62mm. However, the 2 weapons fire totally incompatible cartridges. The FN-FAL/SLR used the 7.62x51 NATO cartridge whereas the AK-47 used the shorter 7.62x39 Soviet cartridge.

The NATO cartidge is more powerful and has greater range (hence it has often been used in machine guns such as the BREN and GPMG/FN-MAG, and in sniper rifles sucn as the SR-25), however the less powerful Soviet cartridge is more effective at wounding/killing a human at typical combat ranges (less than 400m).
A shot from a 7.62x51 SLR at close range would typically go straight through the target and out the other side, doing minimal damage and transferring little monentum to the target. A shot from an 7.62x39 AK-47 will tumble inside the target, doing considerable damage and transferring all of its monentum to the target.
by fubarderby December 27, 2005

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