It seems about the right time for his character to say goodbye - in the brutal Love/Hate way with a bullet to the brain.
What does BTTB stand for?
BTTB stands for Bullet to the Brain (band)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 6 other meanings of BTTB in our Acronym Attic
- Bangor to Trenton Transportation Alternatives Study (Maine)
- Back to the Basics
- Back to the Bay (TV show)
- Back to the Bible
- Bad to the Bone
- Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board
- Bike to the Bay (National Multiple Sclerosis Society; Wilmington, DE)
- Black to the Blind (Vader album)
- Breaking through the Barriers (UK)
- Bridges for Teachers - Teachers for Bridges (education conference)
- Behavior Treatment and Training Center
- Belvedere Technical Teachers' College (Harare, Zimbabwe)
- Best Time To Call
- Beta Transformer Technology Corporation (New York)
- Bhola Technical Training Center (Bangladesh)
- Bishop Tucker Theological College (Uganda)
- Bangor Township Transportation Department (Bay County, Michigan)
- Blue Tiger Tactical Defense (martial arts; Utah)
- Bubble Tanks Tower Defense (gaming)
- Back to the Drawing Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
You are in a car speeding through Dublin towards the west year after year the journey uncoils past the same landmarks Kilmainham Jail strapped to a chair bullet to the brain on by the Rowntree Mackintosh factory where the black and yellow and orange and red fruit gums and sugar-covered pastilles spit out of humming machines through the streets by the Deadman's Inn where in the last century the cellar was a makeshift mortuary for corpses carried in from stagecoaches and a little further up the road the Spa Hotel perched on a hillside like some angular magpie on a branch.
Few people survive a bullet to the brain - just 10% - and some who do end up in a vegetative state.
The pups, usually two to three weeks old, ere killed with a pick or bullet to the brain on the Atlantic ice floes off Quebec and Newfoundland.