He went so far as to call bazooka Joe his “new Mickey Mouse” in an interview with USA Today.
With literal fidelity, the band members perform with an AK-47 and a bazooka strapped onto their shoulders.
If they were, then we could all run out and purchase a tank, a grenade launcher, a bazooka, a SCUD missile and a nuclear warhead.
Once he hits eight, we can head on over to Bullets & Burgers, and who knows, maybe they'll let him strap on a bazooka.
If the vice presidential debate were a movie, it might be called bazooka Joe Rides Again.
The cab started with a cough and a roar, and shot out of the terminal like a bazooka shell.
Ned closed his hand on the tube of the bazooka and it was so much old drainpipe.
It was the eighth missile from the bazooka which ended the battle.
"bazooka shells ought to discourage anything," Davis said in an icy voice.
"metal tube rocket launcher," 1942, from name of a junkyard musical instrument used (c.1935) as a prop by U.S. comedian Bob Burns (1896-1956); extension of bazoo, slang for "mouth" or "boastful talk" (1877), probably from Dutch bazuin "trumpet."
A marijuana cigarette impregnated with bazuco, a cheap cocaine paste
[1980s+ Narcotics; fr Sp bazuco, ''bazooka'']
[1990s+; first sense fr its resemblance to a tubular musical instrument played by the 1940s comedian Bob Burns, who invented and named it in 1905]