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Numerology information Drab:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Drab:
Totally useless and boring in no uncertain terms describing anything lifeless and boring.
"Damn this place is drab ..."
Acronym: DRessed As a Boy. Used by Transgendered persons to describe an overall state of appearence and attire.
I had to go DRAB to the job interview, but I wore a lacy bra and panties underneath!
Abbreviation for (Dick. Riding. Ass. Bitch) A person who copies another person's actions all for the purpose of fitting in or to seem cooler. a band-wagon or dick rider
Example: Guy 1: "Dude, your team sucks, I bet they'll lose." *Team wins game* Guy 1: "Let's go!!!" Guy 2: "Damn man, you're a f**king drab!"
Frequenting prostitutes. Etymology- originally drabbing, Shakespearean english
Songs about Drab:
Children Of The Drab - Surfin' Paris Texas - Virgin UFO Feedback by Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO from the Album Absolutely Freak Out (Zap Your Mind!)
The Drab by Stan keaton from the Album Soundtrack Music Vol. Six
Drab by MesU.T. from the Album Monster Shit EP
Drab by Silence is a Virus from the Album Drab
The Drab by DJ Flip Out from the Album Music Loops for Dj's, Vol. 6
Drab by 8 Four from the Album Essential Journey EP
The Drab by DJ Drop from the Album Soundtrack DJ Tools
Books about Drab:
Drab Lil, A Gypsy's Medicine Book by Clarissa Simmens (Sep 3, 2013)
Olive Drab Blues by B.J.K. Brown (May 28, 2013)
Make A Shift, Change Your Life: Simple Solutions to Transform Your Life From Drab to Fab Now! by Karen Rauch Carter (Dec 18, 2013)
Olive Drab Blues Too by B.J.K. Brown (Jun 5, 2013)
Cube Chic by Kelly Moore (Mar 1, 2006)
Olive Drab POM-Poms by Kori Yates (May 26, 2011)
Ultimate Guide to Style: From Drab to Fab! by Rayne Hagstrom and Nicole Drake (Dec 19, 2012)
Wiki information Drab:
Olive is a dark yellowish-green color, like that of unripe or green olives. As a color word in the English language, it appears in late Middle English. Shaded toward gray, it becomes olive drab.
Drab is a dull light-brown color. It originally took its name from a fabric of the same color, made of undyed homespun wool. Drabs were clothes, especially trousers, made of this fabric. The word was first used in English in the mid-16th century. It...