3 definitions by Karl45

Can be used as a expression of surprise/dismay/happiness/anger. John Belushi says this in the film "The Blues Brothers" when John Belushi realizes he needs to get his band back together.
John Belushi (as "Joliet" Jake Blues): "The band...the band!"

James Brown (as the church pastor): "Do you see the light?"

John Belushi: "THE BAND!"

James Brown: "DO YOU SEE THE LIGHT?"

Dan Aykroyd (as Elwood Blues): "What light?"

James Brown: "HAVE YOU SEEN THE LIGHT?"

John Belushi: "YES! YES! JESUS H. TAP-DANCING CHRIST, I HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT!" (Proceeds to do backflips down the church aisle)
作者 Karl45 2009年6月30日
1. Plural of "chib", scottish slang for a knife
2. The nickname of Filip "Chibs" Telford, British actor Tommy Flanagan's character on the FX show Sons of Anarchy. Has the nickname because of actual scars Flanagan received when he was involved in a mugging.
That guy sells chibs for a living, makes a good lot.
On the last episode of Sons of Anarchy, Chibs was involved in taking out a rival Mayan biker.
作者 Karl45 2009年9月29日
A type of murder that involves cutting the victim's throat, grabbing his/her tongue, and pulling it down so that it sticks out from the wound in their throat. It becomes "Panamanian" when the doer is from Panama or has ties to Manuel Noriega's regime, which sold drugs in the US during the 80s. Colombian necktie Cuban necktie
Today, in Washington Heights, a 24-year-old man was found dead with his tongue pulled through a cut in his throat, a phenomenon becoming known as a 'Necktie'. The suspect reportedly has ties to Panama dictator Manuel Noriega, making the wound a 'Panamanian necktie'.
作者 Karl45 2009年6月23日

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