Abbreviation for Fuck off and Die
as used in FOD by Greenday, and spray painted on the sides of garbage cans at the Turks and Caicos Airport
You're just a fuck
I can't explain cuz i think you suck
I'm takin pride
in telling you to
Fuck off and die
by Anonymous April 3, 2003
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Forehead Of Doom... As in a massive forehead
"Oh my god, look at the FOD on him"
by KandiFloss March 6, 2009
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Foreign Object Debris. For those of you who were in an air force(any air force, not strictly the US or Canadian's) that was a vital and necessary duty before a tactical fighter squadron's jet fighters could be launched. It consists of walking from one end of the runway to the other in search of nuts, bolts, tools ANY loose objects of any size that could be easily sucked up by the jet engines... This was not to be allowed to happen because it is dangerous for the pilot and the aircraft...
Flt/Sgt speaking to plane crew: Right, you shitbirds, Listen Closely!!! Flt/Lt Scott-Lovecraft wants a fucking excellent FOD walk down or it's your asses!!!! Dismissed!
by J. Michael Reiter December 11, 2003
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"Didn't you notice the track lighting?Bruce and Steve are FOD."
by Starfish September 30, 2003
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"Fuck on Demand"
Similar to a booty call, it is having the freedom to call a friend over to fuck whenever you feel like. Can be one friend, or many to choose from.
Friends with benefits is nice. Having FoD without having someone nag you afterwards is amazing!
by S Nate September 19, 2017
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Airline Industry lingo for foriegn objects or debris. This is usually looked before the in comming plane parks at it's desiginated parking spot. Debris, trash or scrap pieces that can damage a airplane's engine and is usually found on the ground where the plane is going to be parked at!
Jack and his crew looked around carefully on the ground for FOD, before the plane came in!
by guyfawkes74 December 30, 2010
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Abbreviation for Forest of Dean.

The Forest of Dean is a geographical, historical and cultural region in the western part of the county of Gloucestershire, England. The forest is a roughly triangular plateau bounded by the River Wye to the west and north, the River Severn to the south, and the City of Gloucester to the east.
The area is characterised by over 110 square kilometres (42.5 sq mi) of mixed woodland, one of the surviving ancient woodlands in England.
Local bumber stickers read "I HEART FOD"
by sfisk April 16, 2011
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