Sunday, March 08, 2009

Manic Monday - full

~PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR MELLOW YELLOW MONDAY~






Had a lot of trouble finding anything interesting for Mo's prompt FULL.

I looked up FULL in the URBAN DICTIONARY and found the following:

1. full monty 145 up, 8 down love ithate it

Doesn't necessarily mean to take off all your clothes. It just means the "whole thing" or going the "whole way" not stopping at a point.
by MoonKnight Nov 30, 2002 share this
2. Full Monty 12 up, 10 down love ithate it

Trad. Slang: Brit. Royal Navy,

A Full Monty is the act of requiring anyone onboard ship who grows a beard or moustache to grow the opposite partner or shave it all off.

If you have a beard, you must grow a moustache to go with it; the opposite applies - if you have a moustache, you must grow a beard.

The act of having the Beard and Moustache together is known as "having the Full Monty".
Crewman 1: "Look at the Face lace on that bloke!"
Crewman 2: "At least He's got the Full Monty."
3. Full Monty 11 up, 14 down love ithate it

Full Monty is another word for 6 sixes in an over which is the maximum number of runs possible from a completed over with six consecutive legal balls.
Ravi Shastri 'Yuvraj has completed the FULL MONTY'
4. Full Monty 10 up, 17 down love ithate it

When you get everything on the days lunch menu: the main item, the secondary item, the vegetable, the fruit, and the desert. A "full monty" day is very very rare and occurs only about once every quarter.
Guy 1: Dude, did you see the lunch menu for today!?!
Guy 2: YEAH DUDE! Its a total full monty !
5. full monty 21 up, 130 down love ithate it

definition is too racy

6. The Full Monty


Go visit Mo's Manic Monday blog for other participants.


theteach

14 comments:

Jamie said...

If I didn't know that his real name was Edgar Montillion Wooley, I would think that was the source of Monty Wooley's name.

anthonynorth said...

Ah, the definitions we come up with :-)

Hey Harriet said...

Interesting post.

I have to say that I had no idea what 'the full monty' meant until I saw that film!

Thanks for sharing the clip. It was fun to watch again :)

Queen-Size funny bone said...

I loved the movie and wished I had caught the stage version.

PJ said...

Have you seen the full bunty?

http://furrybutts.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/full-bunty/

SandyCarlson said...

That was a fun read. The Urban Dictionary is always an education for me.

♥ Kathy said...

LOL the Urban Dictionary can be a very scary place..I did a meme once with it on MySpace. You don't want to know what it says "Tim" (my husband's name) means

Mo said...

makes me want to watch "the full monty" again!
thanks for participating in Manic Mondays!

Lois Grebowski said...

tee hee!

Why does it not surprise me that you'd post about full monty!

;-D)

Mags said...

Ha ha ha...definition too racy. :)

Akelamalu said...

That was interesting I didn't know the saying had originated in the Navy. :)

carol g said...

Woooooooooo Hooooooooo... what a way to wake up my day. Thanks, teach :o)

EastCoastLife said...

I watched The Full Monty and would like to watch it again after this post! haha.....

Travis said...

Geez! I haven't made rounds all week.

This was a great idea for the word!