- n. Plural form of jarhead.
“Broken promises: How "jarheads" got shunted aside at the University of Illinois: A Marathon Pundit series”
“Repeating the same stupid things over and over, hoping that the rest of the jarheads pick up on it, repeat it, and hope it makes its way into mainstream where we can all have a good laugh at how backward & ignorant they've become.”
“With the exception of Eli, the crew is coming across as a bunch of angst driven jarheads who can't decide whether to wallow in self pity or beat each other senseless squabling for the sake of argument.”
“Another was to assemble all the resident grunts, swabbies, and jarheads on one side of the island, jump up and down in unison, flip it over and see if life on the bottom was any better.”
“Instead, working with the Defense Department, the survey conducted showed clearly that, other than amongst the jarheads of the Marines, there really was not much ballyhoo about finally allowing lesbian and gay members of the Armed Forces to serve openly.”
““The army is more organized than a bunch of jarheads, who just bull their way through everything.””
“With the chickenhawks and jarheads, that's where they roam You got kissed, 'George's bitch' is your new name Let Rumsfeld, Rice or Cheney be your new flame Good bye Joe, you gotta go, mi-oh my-oh You gotta go just like that schmoe Ney from Ohio Cunningham, Katherine Harris, and Delay-oh”
“I showed my passport photo to my boss before we went through customs on our way to attend a wankfest with a bunch of jarheads and she laughed all the way through her strip search.”
“Go get 'em jarheads, show them camel jockeys no mercy, show them what a good ol' American ass whoopin' is all about.”
“An adaptation of the book could simply continue with Babchenko's composites and distill all Babchenko's friends and fellow grunts into a motley ensemble cast: Shia LeBoeuf and Joseph Gordon-Levitt might look good as Russian jarheads.”
Looking for tweets for jarheads.