What does Dont be a DNB mean?

What does Dont be a DNB mean?

Ultimate Fighting Championship bantamweight titleholder Ronda Rousey struck a nerve Wednesday with her controversial new T-shirt warning women “Don’t be a D.N.B.” — or “do nothing bitch.” Rousey says her catchphrase slams “the kind of chick that just tries to be pretty and be taken care of by someone else.

What is a DNB Ronda Rousey?

The phrase, “Do Nothing Bitch,” or “DNB” for short, is how Rousey describes the kind of woman who does not accomplish things on her own and instead relies on someone else to support them. She coined the term in a promo video for UFC 190.

What does DNB mean in slang?

DNB is an acronym meaning drum ‘n’ bass.

What does DTB mean on Snapchat?

Don’t text back
“Don’t text back” can be used when you are sending a text or message on Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media platform. However, it is commonly used while text messaging. We would suggest using “DTB” anytime you are too busy to reply to a text or can’t be disturbed.

Can DNB do DM?

2 DM/Mch: yes, you’re eligible for DM/Mch Courses after DNB as well. So don’t think that only MD/MS are eligible. If you aim to do super specialty, DNB can cut short your lengthy career.

Who is Squarepusher drummer?

Tom Jenkinson
Tom Jenkinson (born 17 January 1975), known professionally as Squarepusher, is an English electronic musician, record producer, bassist, and DJ. His music spans several genres, including drum and bass, IDM, jazz, and electroacoustic music.

What does Gby mean in texting?

God bless you
GBY is an acronym used on social media and texting to mean God bless you.

Is DNB super Speciality?

DNB CET-SS is a qualifying-cum-ranking examination which is conducted by NBE for taking admission to various Super Specialty Courses. The full form of DNB is “Diplomate of National Board” and this diplomate qualification is awarded by National Board of Examinations.

What does Bravo Zulu mean in the military?

“well done
Bravo Zulu. This is a naval signal, conveyed by flaghoist or voice radio, meaning “well done”; it has also passed into the spoken and written vocabulary. It can be combined with the “negative” signal, spoken or written NEGAT, to say “NEGAT Bravo Zulu,” or “not well done.”