A brothel keeper in charge of the nookie. She makes the deals. She keeps the books. She pockets the money and THOT spreads'em. Mary Ann Conklin (1821-1873) was a shrewish madam who cursed like an Irish sailor in several languages. She ran the Felker house in Seattle, a brothel that serviced sailors and lumberjacks. She built a strong no-nonsense reputation. Once one of her customers asked for a receipt and she answered by flinging hot firewood his way.
1.) A punk-ass coward with little or no backbone. He feels he has to lie in order to fit in with the real men. Usually afraid of anything challenging. 2.) A general name to refer to a dude you don't know. As in, "All right, buster, this time you're going down for the count." or "Look here buster, I didn't sign up for this shit!" 3.) A faux gang member.
Claremont Women Pictured: (L/R) Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Storm
Based on 70s X-Men writer, Chris Claremont who revamped the portrayal of female super-heroes. Under his pen they (Storm, Rogue, Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, etc.) were written as smart, powerful, capable, multi-faceted female sheroes.