Slang for vagina, especially when used with “crossing the border“.
Burr played Counter-Strike under the alias Panther, hence the phrase “grrr, Panther, grrr.”
Whereas the game of choice for the middle days of school was Age of Empires 2, the end of our school careers would be defined by the seminal tactical first person shooter, Counter-Strike. rhkp | Rolento (Chan), rhkp | Atticus (Porter) and rhkp | Raven (Graham) would spend countless hours with the rest of RHKP rushing B, giving boosts to the crates, and smoking Banana.
Cliff and even Burr were amongst some of the more notable people to have played CS. Burr played under the alias Panther, hence the phrase “grrr, Panther, grrr.”
[ Some douches playing CS. ]
The Red-hot Killer Penguins was the CS clan formed by its original three members rhkp | Shinobi, rhkp | Rolento, and rhkp | Womble. Throughout the years, the clan grew to a number that allowed the formation of two separate teams.
A running joke was to make up a false name every time they were asked what the acronym stood for, e.g. Really Hard Kinky Pirates. Ironically, RHKP had originally stood for Royal Hong Kong Police and was changed whenever some randomer joked that it stood for Red-hot Killer Penguins. They liked it so much that they kept the name ever since.
Highlights of RHKP’s career include being promoted to division 1 of the Enemy Down gaming ladder, and getting pwned by 4Kings Ladies, an all female professional gaming clan.
Age of Empires 2 was the computer game that took up a vast amount of mindshare amongst the mm group during our middle years at RBAI. Phil, Michael, Thomas, Chris, and mm friends Tim Shaw and Jack Carmichael would talk about AOE during lunch and Chemistry class when Mario was inevitably sleeping. We would only manage to play online together a handful of times due to the internet still being a series of tubes in the 90’s. As usual, Thomas was crap at AOE2.
Interestingly Tim would never actually own a copy of AOE2, instead opting to borrow it from everyone else in turn, even though a copy of the game would have set him back £5 or less.
This was the second sandwich Michael asked for in the Spar in Dublin on New Year’s Eve. It consisted of chicken, stuffing, cranberry sauce and ham.
Michael: Uhh… Can I have a Get Stuffed then?
Sparette: Sorry we don’t have that…
Michael stares blankly at her and then the ham, chicken, stuffing and cranberry sauce.
Michael: Uhh… Can I have a brown bread sandwich with ham, stuffing, chicken and cranberry sauce then?