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locked and loaded

  • John Wayne said "Lock and load" because that is the procedure used for readying an empty M1 Garand for action, not because he said it backwards. In order to prepare the weapon for firing, the bolt must first be "locked" back to the rear so that the en bloc clip can be "loaded" into the fixed magazine. Once the clip is inserted, the bolt snaps forward on its own as soon as thumb pressure is released from the top round of the clip, chambering a round and leaving it ready to fire.

    Last edited on Mar 31 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 31 2016.

adjective

expression

  • John Wayne in the film Sands of Iwo Jima was to say "Load and Lock" but "Lock and Load" sounded better so they did not edit it for the correct term.

    Last edited on Jun 30 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30 2015.

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patch

noun

  • a small strip of female frontal pubic hair trimmed into either the shape of a rectangle or a triangle. landing strip

    Last edited on Jun 30 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30 2015.

  • a small, thin strip of male chest hair that is exclusively between a man's pectoral muscles.
    Lauren, a Digital Marketing Specialist in the Midwest tells us she doesn't find chest hair attractive, "For me, it's very little to no hair. If you have anything more than a patch between your chest muscles, please shave it.". Compare with treasure trail.

    Last edited on Jun 30 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30 2015.

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