What is strike?
What someone gets when they commit an act of gayness.
More then one strike may br given in times of great gayness.
Andrew:"I'm tanning my thighs with a guy right now."
Kellen:"I'm too hot to be straight"
Strike - what is it?
to not do what you're supposed to do
"Autumn, why did you not brew more coffee? Are ya on strike?"
What does "strike" mean?
1. To delete something in a document/train of thought.
2. The physical act of taking something down--usually via a quick and dirty method.
3. A organized walk-out, usually union sanctioned, with the goal of gaining better working conditions.
1. No, strike that. That's not what I meant.
2. Allright, let's strike this bitch so we can all go get drunk.
3. Passerby: What's with the signs?
Workers: We're on strike till we get paid a decent wage!
Strike - what does it mean?
a word given from one friend to another friend when that friend has made an attempt at being funny or has said something that makes them look stupid
Lance: bra im so lifted rite now im like in outter space
to walk really raelly really fast; in a hurry on foot
My bus was late so I was strikin' it to class.
What the noble union members do when corporate bitches go too far. A strike is a muscle that needs to be flexed occasionally, to keep those greedy, money-grubbing freaks in check. Unions/strikes are the ONLY reason we are not all eraning $1/day for work today.
God bless the Teamsters, AFL-CIO, and the UAW! WOOOOOT! 11111!
Something given to a person when they commit an act of gayness.
More than one strike may be given in times of great gayness.
Andrew: "I'm tanning my thighs with a guy right now."
Kellen: "I'm too hot to be straight."
Cody: "Strike, no, five strikes."
theatre slang for the deconstruction of a production (dismantling sets, collecting rentals, removing pit instruments, etc.)
As soon as the house is clear on closing night, we'll have to strike the show.
to shoot someone dead; to kill a rival gang member
"This blood got three strikes on some crips last week."
A typically French past-time
Claude: Hey Jean-Paul I'm bored what shall we do to kill time?
Jean-Paul: Why don't we go on strike?
Claude: Good idea, that sounds like fun!