gooner


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gooner

(ˈgunɚ)
n. a term for an East Asian. (Derogatory and demeaning. Military.) See if one of the gooners will show you how to do it.
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Cheers Boycie #Legend @VueStudios Visit to @TheatrColwyn last night to see 12 Years A Slave great to see subtitles for the deaf & hard of hearing @NWDeafAssoc @kevingrove68 @BeingBoycie From a Gooner to a Gooner Great night at Colwyn Bay all the best John @Markojones81 @BeingBoycie had a brill evening in Colwyn bay with your show.
I've said and I'll always say, 'Once a Gooner, always a Gooner'
Arsenalisation is the official Gooner term for the process of making the Emirates Stadium feel more like a football club and less like the soulless pop concert venue/conference centre it so clearly is.
If you attempt to drive at the speed limit you will be hounded by some gooner from behind who feels 30mph is the minimum not the maximum.
We asked two top football writers from Liverpool and north London to compile a tongue-in-cheek portrait of a typical Red and a typical Gooner.
LOIC REMY will choose a move to Arsenal ahead of any other Premier League side - because he's a Gooner.
Hope Royal, a sister to Harbour Court, could go in the restricted, while Gooner Girl and Earl Grez have been given entries too.
A LOYAL Gooner has forwarded the season ticket renewal he recently received from the club.
We had a 'Be a Gooner, Be a Giver' charity day today - and you could not say the referee was a Gooner.
FOOTBALL writer and lifelong Gooner Jem Maidment's choice of the greatest game in Arsenal history comes as no surprise, since it has already provided the climax of the Nick Hornby-scripted feature film, Fever Pitch.
It's strange, DB10 played for such a long time and never once do I remember him having a pole shoved up his a**e," wrote one supporter on message board Gooner To Gooner.
DEDICATED Gooner Ian Poulter has told Arsenal to make Cesc Fabregas an offer he can't refuse in a bid to keep the Spanish World Cup winner at the Emirates.
TOTTENHAM may have scored an own ghoul in their bid to build a new 56,000-capacity stadium at White Hart Lane - thanks to a ghostly Gooner.
Oxford property agent Luke Morgan has hit a rich vein of form and made it five winners in the last nine days with a double on Gooner and Natiain in yesterday's Morpeth fixture at Tranwell.
But as I pointed out to Big Tony, my gooner mate at the Slubber's Arms, Arsenal are only borrowing the trophy - Manchester United want it back next year.