Origin of bazookaextension of bazoo: name applied by Bob Burns (1896-1956), United States comedian, to a comic musical horn made of two gas pipes and a whiskey funnel
A shoulder-held weapon consisting of a long metal smoothbore tube for firing armor-piercing rockets at short range.
Origin of bazookaAfter the bazooka , a crude wind instrument made of pipes, invented and named by Bob Burns (1890-1956), American comedian probably from bazoo kazoo, mouth, voice
- (slang) Crack cocaine.
- In a later Twitter Tracker segment, a bird approaches with a bazooka and blows up the letters in an explosion worthy of a Schwarzenegger movie, and then finishes off with an innocuous chirp that even cracks up the host.
- To help increase sales, the gum was packaged with trading cards and the wrapper featured a cartoon character, Bazooka Joe.
- The decision to make novelty items, namely gum, was made and Bazooka bubblegum was launched.
- Bazooka Bowls: Get launched from a 4 story platform into the enormous Bozooka Tube barrel.