12 definitions by JamesBeam

Theft. So named for the 1969 Michael Caine movie, remade in 2003 with flavor-of-the-month "Marky" Mark Wahlberg. The word "job" at the end of it gives it obvious sexual connotations, but as the 1969 film is generally regarded to be a classic, the illegal implications are unavoidable.
John:
What up, dawg. You hook up with that shorty last night?

Dave:
Ah, man. We went back to my place, right? She did me on the couch, then did a little somethin' else back in the bedroom. And then.... she gave me an Italian Job.

John:
She... what? She used marinara sauce or somethin'?

Dave:
Naw, man... when I woke up, she was gone, and had STOLEN ALL MY SHIT.
作者 JamesBeam 2010年3月03日
MLS
An acronym for Major League Soccer, the only professional soccer league in the U.S.

Not the first attempt to make soccer popular in the United States. Perhaps not the last, either, due to Americans loving to make money, and soccer being the most popular sport in the entire world... even though only the Americans call it soccer.
Nigel: I say, Paddy, I do believe this looks like an American MLS match on satellite.

Paddy: That league isn't fit ta wipe my arse with. Also why would an Irish and English lad hang out? Get out of me flat!
作者 JamesBeam 2010年2月07日
The act of setting fire to all merchandise, keepsakes, and/or souvenirs related to LeBron James, after he abandons Cleveland for Miami.
Cleveland Fan #1: Man, I am so depressed. I can't believe LeBron left Cleveland.
Cleveland Fan #2: Wanna burn dat #23 jersey in a Lebronfire?
Cleveland Fan #1: YES I DO.
作者 JamesBeam 2010年7月11日
The point at which a celebrity's behavior becomes so insane, that there is literally nothing they could do that would any longer shock or surprise you, or indeed any human being.

So named after boxer Mike Tyson, who at one time was the heavyweight boxing champion of world, since which time he has 1) married a semi-famous tv-star at the time, 2) alleged to have abused said wife, 3) divorced, 4) chewed off the ear of another boxer during a match, 5) received a facial tattoo, 6) owns and tends to his pigeon coop, located on the rooftop of a New York apartment building.

Among many other exploits. Seriously, wiki the man.

Originally coined by popular sports columnist the Sports Guy, Bill Simmons.
Bro1: Has Charlie Sheen entered the Tyson Zone?

Bro2: I'm not sure. Would you be shocked or surprised if you woke up tomorrow and read that he'd burned his own house down, and opened an alpaca farm in New Jersey?

Bro1: That would indeed not surprise me at all. Confirmed for Tyson Zone.
作者 JamesBeam 2011年3月03日
What Would Jesus Tweet?

...He wouldn't, dumbass. That's the joke.
Bob: I'm thinking of getting a Twitter account.

Frank: WWJT?

Bob: I don't get it.
作者 JamesBeam 2010年4月03日
An abbreviation for Conference USA. Still a mouthful to say, because the creators of the conference gave it such a stupid name.
Ed: You know, it takes just as long to say C-USA as it does Conference USA. Why couldn't they have a one- or two-syllable name like EVERY OTHER freaking NCAA conference?
Ted: A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
Ed: You are so freaking weird, dude.
作者 JamesBeam 2009年12月04日
1) The act of having to leave one's present location (house, apartment, yacht, etc) during a social gathering so as to acquire more beer. This typically occurs when the previous supply of beer has run dry, thus necessitating the need to "run out and get some more beer," i.e. "beer run."

2) Term used by underage kids for grabbing beer and running out of the store with it. This is a misuse of the term, as the preferred nomenclature is "shoplifting."

3) Song by Garth Brooks and George Jones, stolen from Todd Snider.
1) "Yo, the fridge is empty. Time for a beer run."

2) "Wanna go on a beer run?"
"No, you're sixteen, shut up."

3) "B double E double R U-N, Beer Run, Beer Run...."
作者 JamesBeam 2011年6月03日

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