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Something the guy below knows nothing about. First off, it would take a ludicrous sum of money for an Eclipse to beat a viper. Secondly, Vipers have TEN cylinders. I'm not going to say v8 killers don't exist. They do. But not in the form of an eclipse (unless the owner puts so much money into the car that the final cost is as much as if not more than a car with a v8). Stock v8 killers include the Subaru WRX STI, the Mitsubishi EVO (not the eclipse), the Toyota Supra (MK IV only) and a few others. Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that you can't modify a four - banger to meet or beat a v8. I'm just saying that in most cases doing so is a waste of time and money.
a slang term given to slow cars (ex- 4 cylinder import) that have been highly modified to be faster than V8 beasts (ex- corvettes, vipers, etc).
When you miss the point, or simply forget.
Slapping another person's forehead with the backside of your palm, as popularized in the commercials for a certain tomato juice.
The chosen type of car for getting home to cook a curry after a long night in the office sweating over a boring media plan that offers little inspiration.
This a sexual act that occurs when a female regrets to inform her male partner is on her rag and lets him go down on her. He then is surprised with the v8 splash - otherwise known as the tomato salad.
A V8 Twin Turbo engine. Usually pronounced "V8 TwinTurbo," a V8TT engine has two Turbochargers and 8 cylinders.
a good looking chick, well proportioned and has enough meat on her bones in all the right places
Veterans Affairs, in reference to the VA clinics, the VA is BS. Good luck veterans, I can speak from experience.
A look of frustration and/or disappointment
this is the alphanumeric way to say vagina. it is the sister version of PEN15.
Acronym for Volunteer Association of America (VAA). One of many fraudulent volunteer associations designed to lure would-be good souls into a mythological world of non-activities and servitude. Origins of the fallacious group can be traced back to a one-time good soul who volunteered his time and efforts to help out a worthy cause in rural southwest Virginia. Later the good-soul-turned-bad decided that the real reason he was volunteering was to collect mileage reimbursement. The greedy being then made false accusations of failure to pay and began the VAA in hopes of tricking naive do-gooders into signing up with the VAA and an eternity of lies, falsified documents and embezzlement. The VAA founder continues to this day, to make false allegations, and post derogatory comments about other volunteer groups in hopes of obtaining world domination. See aav