Why would a car jerk really bad when trying to get up speed?
If you had an EGR problem, the car would be stalling at idle or it be pinging at speed. Check the spark plugs, spark plug wires or distributor cap. The car sounds like it's misfiring. It will idle fine, but under load the problem shows up.
I would say that it means he is joking, and he just wants to have fun with you. Otherwise, it really just depends on what kind of guy he is. If he is a huge jerk, he actually might want to kill you. Also, he could be interested in you and trying to get your attention, albeit in an inappropriate way.
Why is your older brother so overprotective of you and constantly telling you he loves you too much to let you have a boyfriend?
First, you can't really use imbecile and jerk in the sentence because both are nouns and it would not be correct. You could use imbecilic jerk. But since both words have the same basic meaning, it would be redundant, and that's not good either. What you could say is something like, "Why don't you let that cut under your nose heal, you loutish cretin?" *Since this is a form of direct address, the only way…
If a guy knows you like him and he purposely leads you on but wants you to leave him alone BUT still talks to you first what is he trying to do?
It would depend on how you are using it. If you mean 'jerk' as in 'pull', then 'tug', 'yank', 'wrench' or 'jolt' may fit the bill. If you mean 'jerk' as slang to degrade a person, then 'scoundrel', 'villain', 'blackguard', 'bounder', or 'cad' could fit the bill. If you mean 'jerk' as in 'jerk off', then the word would be 'masturbate'.
1st derivative is the rate of change. If, for example, you start driving your car from home, and x is a measure of distance from your home , then d/dx is your speed. In that same example, the 2nd derivative would be your acceleration (change of speed). And the 3rd derivative would be your change in acceleration (also known as 'jerk').
I dont know what to do because I like 3 guys 1 is really hot Another is sweet and cute but can be a jerk and the other is my friends ex and she still likes him so which one do you think is the best?
I have driven Sables for years and have found if you are moving at a slow speed, maybe decelerating, and begin to accelerate, sometimes the transmission downshifts with a very noticeable jerk and a thud sound. I put 200k miles on a '96 Sable with this happening and never had a problem requiring attention.