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?
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!
What does "strike" 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
Strike - what does it mean?
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."
to not do what you're supposed to do
"Autumn, why did you not brew more coffee? Are ya on strike?"
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!