1.(n). A weapon first deployed by the United States during WWI which involved strapping high-explosives to infants and dropping them from planes into trenches.

2.(n). In WWII, the Baby Boom was America's equivalent to Hitler's Blitzkrieg, although much less effective.
1. "Trench warfare is too dangerous for infantry, have the bombers deploy the baby booms to weaken their fortifications."

2."General! Our baby booms suck! We're runnin' low on babies and the damage they cause is minimal!"
dodane przez Malcolm Q maj 08, 2007
in the 1950s and 1960s people had more children

average number of kids that women gave birth to went from 2 to 4 from 1940 and 1960.

yearly number of births rose from 2.5 million to a peak of 4.3 million in 1957
The post war baby boom was from 1946-1964.
dodane przez kilas maj 01, 2008
when you shove a lit cherry bomb up a baby's ass
Did you see that baby boom last night? I think the parents are going to jail for that. It was sweet as hell though.
dodane przez tim willis maj 06, 2008

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