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Civilian Translations To CombatCritic's "Military" Review Ratings

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One Bomb Equates To:
"Fucked Up Beyond All Repair"






Two Bombs Equates To
"Tits Up" 







Three Bombs Equates To:
"Situation Normal, All Fucked Up"









Four Bombs Equates To:
"Bend Over, Here It Comes Again"









Five Bombs Equates To:


"Continue Mission"






Six Bombs Equates To:

"Good To Go"







Seven Bombs Equates To:

"Shits & Grins"








Eight Bombs Equates To:

"What-The-Fuck ... Over!"







Nine Bombs Equates To:

"U.S. Marine Response To A Verbal Greeting Or As An Expression Of Enthusiasm"






Ten Bombs Equates To:


"Phonetic spelling of the acronym HUA, which stands for 'Heard Understood Acknowledged.' Originally used by the British in the late 1800's in Afghanistan. More recently adopted by the United States Army to indicate an affirmative or a pleased response." - Urban Dictionary

"The Department of Military Science and Leadership, University of Tennessee claim HOOAH 'refers to or means anything except no' ... Regardless of its meaning ... the term is an expression of high morale, confidence, motivation and spirit." - WarChronicle.com

"The U.S. Air Force stole 'HOOAH' from the Army because we were part of the Army until 1947 and rather than waste a bunch of time coming up with something new and unique, we said 'fuck it, let's go with HOOAH' ... thanks Army ... HOOAH! - CombatCritic



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