is an acronym for Fresh Of the Boat or Foreigner Over Board. Often used for foreignersmigrating to/and starting a life in a new country. Today, the word FOB is widely used in Australia to describe south pacific islanders. Example: Sione, you’re such a F.O.B.
What does fobs stand for?
|FOBS||Fractional Orbital Bombardment System|
|FOBS||Factors of Business Success (survey)|
|FOBS||Flight Operations Briefing Station (Clark International Airport; Philippines)|
|FOBS||Free on Board Stowed (shipping)|
What does FOB mean in chat?
“Forward Operating Base`” is the most common definition for FOB on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
What does FOB mean in NZ?
‘Freshy’ and ‘fob’ are derogatory terms used to describe new arrivals to New Zealand from the Pacific islands. The expressions come from the shipping term f.o.b. (‘free on board’) and its informal interpretation ‘fresh off the boat’, often used by traders to refer to fruit imported from the Pacific islands.
What is a pash in Australia?
Pash – a kiss with some tongue.
What is meaning of FOB in Punjabi?
a vest pocket to hold a pocket watch. Synonyms : watch pocket.
What does military fob stand for?
FOB: Forward operating base. A temporary, secured operational position that supports strategic goals and tactical objectives.
What does FOB mean in gaming?
Edit. An Irregular Militia forward operating base (F.O.B.). The Forward Operating Base (or “FOB”) is the area around a radio that enables a team to place spawn bunkers, resupplies, defensive structures, weapon emplacements, and other deployables that can only be placed within the range of a FOB.
What do they call kissing in Australia?
Pash (pash) / Kiss.
What do Aussies call police?
18. Coppa. It turns out that this isn’t really 100% Australian slang, as it has its roots in English slang. Our version of the word is based on the English word “copper.” This derives from the verb “to cop” which means “to catch.” Americans also call police officers “cops.”
Why are condoms called Frangers?
The 1971 Monash Uni Student Orientation handbook had a cartoon in which the evil villain used a condom ray gun. When fired, the gun emitted the noise “frang… frang… … Contributor’s comments: Franger was the common term in mid north SA in the 1980’s for condom, no other term was ever really used.