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5 definitions by poserboarder

 
1.
The simple and laziest way to reply to a friend that has just invited you to play a match on Call of Duty: Black Ops, letting them know that the server is full and you are not ignoring their request on the Playstation 3 Entertainment System.
Do you want to play Call of Duty: Black Ops?

*Join

The server is full.

Message Reply: full
Por poserboarder 02 de enero de 2011
 
2.
The repeated sound the nova gas tactical grenade makes as it comes into contact with and injures an opposing player on Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Gas out!

took, tooktook, took, took, took

Assist +40
Por poserboarder 02 de enero de 2011
 
3.
Not to be confused with pseudoscience or fringe science, where the individual attempts to use science to explore outrageous theories, instead surface science is conducted by those individuals who have absolutely no firm understanding of scientific methodologies or experimentation and attempt to use what little knowledge they have to research and explore completely believable, realistic claims.
The inconsistent and weak theories offered by many commercial pick-up artists to explain human attraction fails to take into account psychological, sociological, and general scientific principles, and are therefore practicing surface science, while trying to pass it off as genuine fact.
Por poserboarder 04 de enero de 2011
 
4.
A person portraying to be a certified chef, although having never attended a formal accredited culinary program; also known as a cook.
Guy Fieri and Rachael Ray appear to be fantastic chefs coming from a notable culinary school, but really they are just surface chefs.
Por poserboarder 04 de enero de 2011
 
5.
The term used by players of Call of Duty: Black Ops with supporting microphones to signal to their teammates that they currently have a helicopter incoming and to sweep through map establishments to kill opposing players hiding from the above gunfire.
Guys, I got a chopper gunner, go clean house!
Por poserboarder 02 de enero de 2011