Notice her body language; if she's been avoiding you for too long, it's not rocket science that she's not interested.
What does INRS stand for?
INRS stands for It's Not Rocket Science (slang and also a web site)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of INRS
We have 2 other meanings of INRS in our Acronym Attic
- Intramural NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) Research Opportunities
- Initial National Response Plan
- Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique (French: National Institute for Educational Research)
- International Nikkei Research Project (Japanese American National Museum)
- Implantable Nicotine Reservoir for Rats
- Indiana Rural Recreation Development Project
- Inclusive Namespace Registry System
- Innovative Natural Resource Solutions, LLC (est. 1994; Antrim, NH)
- Institut National de la Recherche et de la Sécurité (French National Research and Safety Institute)
- Institut National de la Recherché Scientifique
- Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
- Institut National de Recherche Scientifique et Technique
- International Network for Rational Use of Drugs
- I'm Not Stupid
- I'm Not Sure
- Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome
- IMF Institute Department (International Monetary Fund)
- Immigration & Naturalization Service (reorganized in 2003 under DHS, functions divided among USCIS, ICE and CBP)
- Improved NADGE Station
- In Nomine Satanis (roleplaying game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It's not rocket science, it will save a lot of headaches and stress for everyone suffering every morning.
It's not rocket science but rocket boosters Britain needs from the Chancellor next week - not more tax breaks for millionaires.
It's not rocket science but who wants to visit a place where public conveniences are closed?
I know we live in a super-fast society and when we want something we want it now but it's not rocket science to divert someone from folding clothes or stacking shelves to a till when it's busy, is it?
Clearly, it's not rocket science to say that the tax law is too complex, that complexity is expensive to deal with and, moreover, that complexity can both lead to noncompliance and spawn unintended consequences.
around (in the place of "about"), awesome, ballpark figure, basically, basis ("on a weekly basis" in place of "weekly" and so on), bear with me, between a rock and a hard place, blue sky (thinking), boggles the mind, bottom line, crack troops, diamond geezer (that's a new one to this American who hasn't been in England for years), epicentre (used incorrectly), glass half full (or half empty), going forward, I hear what you're saying, in terms of, it's not rocket science, literally, move the goal-posts, ongoing, prioritise, pushing the envelope, singing from the same hymn sheet, the fact of the matter is, thinking outside the box, to be honest, to be perfectly honest, touch base, up to (in place of "about"), and value-added (in general use).
Live within your means and everything will be fine, it's not rocket science.