'I sexually identify as an attack helicopter' is a joke/meme that originally started as a copypasta about a man who dreams of becoming an attack helicopter, it is used to make fun of/parody abscure and often absurd gender and sexually identification posts often seen in forums and blogs.
What androids say to intruders. This allows them to determine whether or not the intruder is an android himself, as android-non android relations is frowned upon in the Commonwealth. Upon detection of a non-android body within the range of his visual scanners, an android may sound the alarm, whereupon the intruder will be instantly vaporized by alarm-response androids. As such, it is recommended that if a non-android wishes to "learn the ways" of the android, that he or she must follow the following directions:
Step 1: Crouch outside of the range of the android's visual scanner.
Step 2: Sidle up to the android in question, being sure not to look it in the eye.
Step 3: If the android does not detect an intruder, commence learning the ways of the android.
Note: This works best in close proximity to the Commonwealth Public-Use Industrial Capacitive Reactive Surface #36, colloquially known as the "Boss Door."
Android #1 is minding his own business, guarding a resting Mobile Grinder.
A member of the female gender who defends and protects problematic men and blames women for men's wrongdoings. Examples are women who blame girls for wearing short skirts for being sexually assaulted, who attack teenage girls sleeping with adult men instead of the creepy adult men, who say that the woman deserved to be beaten etc. Normally have low self esteem and live for male validation and opinions. Also known as "pick-mes".
1) Gets scapegoated and blamed for a family's problems
2) Has emotional problems that are not a mental illness, but a normal response to the stress of dealing with an unhealthy family in denial
3) Blows the whistle on a dysfunctional family's problems
Phrase originated because family therapists recognized that the child "identified" as the patient is not necessarily the one who is sick.
1) John is dropping out of school and doing drugs and his parents want him institutionalized, but it turns out his mother is an abusive alcoholic and his father is chronically absent. John is the identified patient.
2) Becky is extremely depressed and fearful. She accuses her father, correctly, of molestation, but the parents deny it and accuse Becky of being sick for reasons that have nothing to do with them. Becky is the identified patient.