Judas Iscariot was one of Jesus' twelve disciples. He betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver. Contrary to popular belief, the bible does not say whether or not Judas sold Jesus out because he did not fit in with Judas' plans for a military uprising against Rome. There is an alternate theory, yet to be disproven that Jesus asked Judas to point him out to the Romans. Today, a Judas is one who sells out the origianal Idea.
Breakin' the law!
Breakin' the law!
Coming from the authority directly above you in the chain of command, this simply allows the individual to choose his/her rate of fire and prefered style, whether open or snipe etc.
OK company, they've cleared, reload and fire at will.
Where the worst selling and nastiest tasting alcoholic beverages are sold for half price to a bunch of alcoholics too drunk to notice.
Kids like happy hour, because afterwards they get to roll the drunk.
Origin: Derived from the marquis de sade
Function (n.) one who derives sexual pleasure from hurting others.
Maquis de sade was the ultimate sadistic writer.
Used immediately after a shock revelation, in the style of a 1940's or 50's movie.
luke... i am your sister dun Dun DUNNNNN!
(v.) To have open, promiscuity with a select group of partners, who "swing" eachother's wives and girlfriends back and forth to other people.
If you don't swing, don't ring!
(1854-1880) Infamous Irish-Austrailian bushranger-cum-bank-robber who performed some of the most daring raids in history. He fought the establishment for a republic of Victoria. The last attack he made on the establishment was an attempt to derail a train carrying over 200 police officers. Throughout his time as an outlaw he had become a people's champion. He was a modern-day Robin Hood, and his popularity was such that he thought no-one would betray him.
After decades of great loyalty from the poor, he was betrayed on his greatest mission yet. The train stopped before it could be derailed, and police rushed to the hotel he was staying at. He and three other members of the "Kelly Gang" had made primitive body armour from plough metal. This did little to save his friends, who were shot in armour gaps, such as the crotch (ouch!).
Kelly waded to the forest where he was crossed by 34 armed police. He took them all on in a gunfight, and bullets pierced his armour 27 times. He eventually fell from a loss of blood, and was nursed back to health before his execution. On the scaffold he said "such is life", as the noose was tied.
He is best remembered for being an outlaw, a hardman and being the early pioneer of bullet-proof body armour.
Did anyone see that "reckless kelly" movie with yahoo serious?
yes, he's a...nevermind.