What does OBO mean?
OBO is an acronym for “Out of Body Experience”.
An out-of-body experience (OBE) is a fascinating and potentially life changing event which has allegedly happened to millions of people worldwide. A broad definition would be a situation in which one’s spirit, astral body or consciousness seems to leave the physical body consciously – whether from sleep, illness, near death or something else – and enter into another dimension. The experience could then involve anything from traditional earthbound activities such as ghost sightings to visiting parallel worlds completely foreign to any known earthly culture or religion.
“OUT OF BOUNDS.”
This is your garden variety field goal, either for kicking or punting, in which the ball crosses into and goes out of bounds on the other team’s side of the 50-yard line. By rule, OBOs can only be attempted if you are inside your own territory and it is fourth down and 10 or more yards to go.
It is the most likely abbreviation for either Obscure Binary Options or One Big Octopus.
The first definition yields a collection of negative meanings involving an obscure and ugly topic which is trading binary options. The second definition may not be an appropriate answer to this question, but it means a really big species of octopi… so like an urchin that you eat with for dinner? Yeah, I don’t think that’s what they’re asking about. But if you wanna know more about them anyways, just click here to find out from Wikipedia! Have fun reading up on OBOs! 🙂 JK lol sorry i’m such a joker (or The Joker).
OBO has no meaning.
OBO stands for “other business opportunities”. It is a phrase you might hear when buying or selling goods, or when making and accepting offers. When someone makes the offer to buy your car for $3000, they may say “I’ll give you $3000 instead of trading in my old clunker if that works for you.” If everything’s agreed, then the final remark would be OBO. We are not 100% sure what this word means but it originated from New Zealand in 1918 and is speculated to have some form of Maori origin. Other speculations speculate that it comes from Ainu, an indigenous people group from Japan who inhabited Hokkaido Island during the twelfth century before being driven out by the Japanese to the tip of northern Japan. They are known for hunting sea eagles, which are called Obo in many languages, including Polish. Perhaps an oboist is also an oboe d’amore maker!
American English speakers often use OBO as a contraction of “or best offer”. Many other people believe that it is a contraction of “or best offer, please” meaning that someone will accept an offer if it’s better than their current terms.
Occupational and Biomedical Outcomes
OBO is a programs for rehabilitation from spinal injuries. Trained staff focus on occupational and biomedical outcomes – to get students back to school, work, their home life, or just getting around as independently as possible. OBO serves individuals of any age with neuromuscular impairments (SCI is not required), in the greater metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul; rural Minnesota; Iowa; North Dakota; and northwest Wisconsin. Programs offered include assessment services, passive trunk stabilization training program at no cost to families with children ages 5-18 who are medically fragile or have an incomplete spinal cord injury (TAPSA).
One Blind Offer
One Blind Offer is an offer to buy a house that does not show the buyer what they are purchasing. Originating in Florida in the 2000’s, it became popular because of sellers feeling like they could sell their home for more money. But nowadays offers with One Blind Offers from buyers can feel risky to owners. The process starts by submitting what the buyer wants and either side can back out at anytime before inspection or escrow concludes, no progress payments needed. With this offer there is usually a higher price range than conventional offers due to unknown condition of property which requires physical inspection as opposed to home inspections where seller discloses any problems and fixes possible before hand giving potential buyer chance with modern technology today most information on properties can be found on line.
OBO is a term used to describe the “Overture by Bach” from J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068
This instrumental composition modulates to the dominant key of B-flat major after a brief introduction at the outset of three measures as though it were something that could not wait until later. OBO is defined as an abbreviation for one bar overtone, or one beat overtones which has been studied extensively and is very important to musical harmony. It is also defined as a signal flag with eight vertical stripes, four white and four red that means ‘dangerous’ in International maritime signal flags.
Out of Body
An out-of-body experience, also called an OBE or a remote viewing, is the spontaneous occurrence where one’s consciousness leaves and enters the body at will. From here, there are endless realities to be discovered in death.
It doesn’t really mean anything (OBO makes up only 1% of all search queries). It sounded like it could have been dirty talk if I didn’t know what OBOs were. My friends and I used to joke about how we’d find them on Google when we had naughty thoughts about things that people don’t usually talk about being frank with each other on the internet.