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    What does "bulla men" mean?

    Context:

    Who are they?
    Archangels.
    Huh?
    17 seconds, once they jump from the chopper, that's their life expectancy.
    You never thought of giving them parachutes?
    They're not much help. They're bulla men.

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    Re: What does "bulla men" mean?

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    I'm not familiar with that term and the context doesn't help much. For what it's worth, the most popular definition for 'bulla man' on Urban Dictionary.com is 'a homosexual male'.

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    Re: What does "bulla men" mean?

    Thanks.
    But still confusing.

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    Re: What does "bulla men" mean?

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    Can you tell me what this book is about or give me it's name so I can look it up? Maybe that will give me a somewhat clearer picture.

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    Re: What does "bulla men" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic9000 View Post
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    Can you tell me what this book is about or give me it's name so I can look it up? Maybe that will give me a somewhat clearer picture.
    It's from the dialogues of Reign of Fire
    Click the link above for full context there.

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