when you build structurally questionable buildings and unreliable solutions to problems but you're an engineer so everyone has no choice but to trust that your methods won't fuck up
Person 1: "Are you sure it's okay to balance a forklift on a forklift to reach that shelf?"
Person 2: "Trust me, I'm an engineer!"
by ekim004 April 20, 2016
AI quote from Call of Duty, used by teammate characters in multiplayer games. This is ridiculous being that it takes 2 seconds to reload, and if you use Sleight of Hand, you will be done reloading before your character finishes asking for cover.
Man that noob is SPRAYING with the UMP

Task Force 141 - "Cover me I'm reloading"
by PowerPlayGoal February 9, 2010
"Trust me, i'm an engineer!"

Is a phrase meaning that someone is inexperienced or lacking in a skill and yet is pretending to know what their doing.

Such as stating that they are more knowledgeable or experienced than they actually are. It can also be used in the context of a recent particularly stupid event happening such as someone doing something stupid and cascading into an internet compilation worthy grand failure. The phrase was popularized by a video on YouTube called "Trust me, i'm an engineer !" posted in 2012 by a channel currently called, "TheVilkaz".

or just an engineer in tf2 who has no idea what hes doing but its really just the same concept
"Trust me, i'm an engineer!"
"Don't worry, trust me, im an engineer!"
by Henrey Spezialeinheiten July 10, 2020
A phrase often uttered by amateur bartenders who don't know what the hell they're doing, in order to gain the trust of a customer who doesn't know what they really want.
Customer: How do you know this drink will be good?

bartender: Trust me, I'm a mixologist.
by t3vin24 April 7, 2017
Stereotypes include but are not limited to: Drunks or being drunk, bar-brawling/brawlers, leprachuans and unsophisticated twats.

It's also the perfect Shut the fuck up/stfu sentence to some leprachuan-chasers.
"The Irish have always been victims of terrible stereotypes- that we're drunks and bar brawlers.
It makes me so mad i'm gonna get drunk and punch someone"- The Black Donnellys NBC

Guy1: hey hey- can you get me a four leaf clover?
Irish Guy: Stereotype me, I'm irish.
Guy1: Wtf?

by Cillian S October 14, 2007
To those who want to know what Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared is about, allow me to explain. It is a webisode series by This Is It, a British group who create unique films like Bad Things That Could Happen. It centers on three puppets, a red hairy creature, a green duck, and a yellow puppet who always get these random teachers who teach, actually sing, a lesson.

The first time you see this, you'd think that this is a kid's show, but it is far from it. It is either 1:a parody about teachers who can't teach, 2: a show so horrific, it makes citizens of Wonderland as though they are sane people who are complete saints, or 3: a show that could, and this is my theory, very well be an allegory of how life was like in Germany during Cold War, and let me tell you, it was anything but good.

To survive this colorful world of Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared, you must follow these rules....

1: Do not show anyone who is under the age of 16-18 this heinous realm.

2: If you watch any episode that contains food, do not eat close to or right after watching the episode. It is nauseating.

3: If you are still in High school/College, and have a teacher with a similar profession as one character, you must not watch the episode before class because then it will be very awkward.

4: Lastly but not least, don't kill yourself...or better yet, if you are tempted to go insane, go to a therapist.

And remember kids, to stay in school!...OR NOT...
Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared is not something to take lightly, that it should not be shown to little kids.

Student #1: God, I am in trouble! I just watched the second episode of Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared, and I have a History class to go to.
Student #2: That wasn't the episode with the creepy yelling clock, was it?
Student #1: Yes.

Student #2: Oh man...
by Mariposa24 December 4, 2015
When you've been doing something for too long and you don't want to do it anymore.
I had a 10 hour shift at work today. 8 hours in I was like "Stick a fork in me. I'm done".
by KnightofNerdom December 9, 2019