The act of igniting one's flatulence; usually achieved by holding a lighter near the anus while passing gas. The term comes from the bluish-colored flame often resulting from methane combustion. (Note that this activity can be dangerous, and has been known to severly burn the anus and even entrails of careless practitoners.)
I have always enjoyed doing blue angels, but decided to discontinue the activity the day that a flame singed my lower intestines.
by Ocram April 27, 2003
The act of setting fire to flatulence. The product of which is a flame, somewhat like that of an afterburner on a jet.
"After Jake ate that bean burrito, he insisted on doing blue angels all night; he nearly burned the house down at the party."
by fatony March 01, 2017
US Navy & USMC flight demonstration squad, with 6 pilots flying McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornets, with amazing, thrilling aeronautical maneuvers, some as close as mere inches from the other planes! Since their start in 1946, Over 260 Million spectators have seen them! They perform at over 70 shows a year in 34 locations with Over 11 Million people seeing this miracle! They also go to schools & hospitals with 50,000 viewers.
I was fortunate to see The Blue Angels & what a Wonderful show they gave! Their pilots are highly trained & Excellent with their skills. I highly recommend that Everyone see The Blue Angels if you ever get a chance~you'll Always remember this phenomenol show!
by Starchylde June 17, 2016
by DarxiN September 14, 2018
A kick ass American demo team for airshows, regraded by most Americans as the best demo team in the world, when it is pwnd by the all-Canadian Snowbirds! Comprised of 6 U.S.N. F/A-18 fighters, the Blue Angels are a very good team.
I went to an airshow, the Blue Angels came on after the Snowbirds, I just stood there because it wasn't that good compared to the Snowbirds.
by Minority September 22, 2006
When a row of cars on the highway go the same speed, in turn, blocking anyone from passing them. This resembles the Blue Angels who fly in tight formations at the same speed during air shows. Usually the result of drivers that feel more comfortable with cars on both sides of them.
I was on I-5 today and couldn't go faster than 60 mph thanks to the Blue Angels taking up every lane.
by Gr1m R34p3r November 17, 2009