I'm so glad the neighbours moved. Psychoactive drugs are substances that act on the nervous system to alter states of consciousness, alter perceptions, and change behaviour. Chancre Mechanic — Medical officer who checks servicemembers for venereal diseases. Dance on the blacktop: To get stabbed. Gofasters — A term for sneakers used in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. You can help by with entries. Rent-a-cop Not actually used to refer to police officers, but instead a derogatory term applied to any privately hired security guard who is not acting as a bouncer or bodyguard.
Unit Identification Code — A an alphanumeric, six-character string which identifies all active, reserve, and guard unit of the United States military. Those who rubber-neck are rubber-neckers. Feds Usually used in the United States to refer to , especially the and the. Crumb Catcher — Military slang describing the mouth. This time Hemingway suffered several burns, another head injury and there was reported cerebral fluid leaking.
The Boys Term used by African-American communities in Baltimore. Properly-used colloquial nuances will reflect those things. Collywobbles: extreme queasiness or stomach pain brought on by stress, nervousness or anxiety. Another way in which the Cold War affected space exploration by making one of the most outstanding missions from the Cold War possible. C Cannibalize — The act of taking workable parts of one item and using them in another. Recommended by user Nathan King. Monkey Mouth: A prisoner who goes on and on about nothing.
As in, I only need to tell you one time, meant to be a warning to people that the police are near or just as a title for the man. It makes it more difficult for female sex workers to negotiate prostitution into the everyday life as opposed to men who have a greater level of freedom of expression with regard to sexuality. People Tank — A U. Bank risk managers must hold a comprehensive view of all types of risks on longer horizons and must be proactive in taking decisions when exposed to crisis or high level of risks. Scuffer a term used in for a policeman. Guards or Guard Ireland, slang for the or one of its members. Dynamited Chicken — Term originating in the Navy referring to either chicken cacciatore or chicken a la king.
At times it may even mean understanding when to use American slang words and when not to. Derisory term used by British plain-clothes detectives. The adult cartoon, Fritz The Cat 1972 , portrayed the police as pigs, adding to the popularity of the term. Or they envied the amphibious lifestyle. Polda Czech slang for police officer. It has a more or less humorous character.
The reference would escape them. Every night, the wife slung off at her husband, and it was incredibly irritating to listen to. Occurs in fixed phrases e. So what happens when a pretzel-bender drinks too much? The definitions of these slang words appear below the list. This could also be used for something that remains respected or popular for a long time. Taking The Piss: messing or screwing around. This is what keeps me driven Some cops want a brother in prison So I got me a few attorneys Just in case a cop wanna burn me They protect me from the state Cause one-time's got no case Full lyrics here www.
A Dictionary of Historical Slang. You know, like someone, for instance, who's able to host a list show about a wide variety of topics, from children's television to hoaxes to slang words. Commo — Communications equipment or the individuals who operate it. Can I have your number? The 20th century was a truly special time. Things were very different in the 80s.
Cherry Toppers, Cherry Tops, or Cherries Often used in reference to police cars which in some nations bear red lights on the top of the car. Cell Warrior: An inmate that puts on a tough front or runs their mouth when locked in their cell, but is submissive or cowardly when interacting with other prisoners in the open. Police officers have been known to put themselves at risk when rendering aid, usually running into a fire or other toxic atmosphere without proper training or personal protective equipment. Gag me with a spoon! Constitution, which allows a witness in court to refuse questions on the grounds that they risk self-incrimination. As time passes or moves on. Rabbit: An inmate who has a history of escape attempts or has plans to try to escape.
Citation from Toyota Sienna commercial 2009 censored in hope of resolving. If you want to know more about the military alphabet, check out our. We'd need an authoritative origin to know any further. Jack Mack: Canned mackerel or other fish available from the prison commissary. Catch a ride: A request to a friend to get you high. If you do a double take, or if every body in a group turns to look, it attracts too much attention. Remember: Shade is a good thing.
French slang, mostly used in rural areas and aimed to the. To be tubular or better still, totally tubular is to be remarkable and breathtaking. On the River: Time spent at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, which is surrounded on three sides by the Mississippi River. Dustoff — Specifically, a medical evacuation by helicopter. County Mountie In Canada in reference to county police officers or peace officers who are not members of Royal Canadian Mounted Police See Mounties. May refer to years, decades, generations, etc. First Light — The time of nautical twilight when the sun is 12 degrees below the horizon.