5 definitions by All yor base r belong to us

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1. Mr. Plow.
2. The Pie Man.
3. Max Power.
4. Guy Incognito's lookalike.
5. Homer Thompson.
'Hello there, may I trouble you for a dr-ink?'
'Give it up, Homer. We know it's you.'
'Homer, who is Homer? My name is Guy Incognito.'
*Crash, bang! Oh, eeagh, waah! *thump.*
'*gasp.. This man is my exact double! *bigger gasp! That dog has a puffy tail! Hehehee, here, Puff! Here, Puff!'

Homer Simpson is my God.
by All yor base r belong to us January 15, 2006
1. Bart's sidekick.
2. Fallout Boy.
3. Thrillho.
4. Lisa's spanish teacher.
5. Samantha's ex boyfriend.
6. The musical spoon boy.
7. God in glasses.
The life and times of Milhouse.
by All yor base r belong to us January 15, 2006
A movie that outlines the absolute absurdity of Western culture and the American Dream, also the meaninglessness of even existing to begin with. No, it is not meant to be a comedy. And no, it is not 'flippin' sweet'. Sure, there are funny quotes. For example:
'Who wants to bet I can go throw a football over them mountains?', 'Would you want a roundhouse kick to the face while I'm wearing these bad boys? .. Forget about it.', 'Why don't you go eat a decroded piece of crap?'(Yes, it was funny)

There were several scenes in the movie that outlined the pointlessness of what I described earlier. The chicken silo where Napoleon works, the place where Napoleon buys D'Kwon's dance grooves, Napoleon's mormon school, and yes, even all of outdoors. The movie WAS indeed filmed in Idaho. The reason nobody liked it was because of the mass conformity everyone went through, kind of like a virus. The people that spouted idiotic quotes at every opportunity were a plague, and while thinking they were original, were actually conforming into one huge .. blob. This movie is not a comedy, it is an eye-opener, an enrichment of our own idealistic views and an insight into our meaningless existence. It is also inspirational in an oddly absurd way, but also depressing at the same time, thinking that someone like Pedro can win the class president race just by Napoleon dancing his D-Kwon dance(Which you can NOT repeat). Yes, he conquered the evils of Summer Wheatley, but it also made me sad thinking about the mindless peers these kids had, all voting like sheep.

Napoleon's chronic lying and story-telling made me laugh as well. In an odd way, he was either extremely cool or extremely uncool. In the eighties and early nineties, he would have been considered extremely uncool. But now, he would have been considered a God. His lying adds to the big picture. It shows an example of him lying to escape his miserable existence.

Sheer genius.
'Napoleon Dynamite is just a huge example and metaphor for the meaningless of existence and the blending of Western culture.'

'ya i guess, lol IZ PEDRO DER!?'

'sigh.'
by All yor base r belong to us January 09, 2006
Probably the sickest live album ever recorded. Performed in 1971, The Who released the copy of the CD on record designed to make it look like a bootleg copy. While the original featured all of the tracks performed including Tommy in its entirety, the tape and CD featured less, and now the current CD features five stinking tracks. Pathetic.

But don't let that stop you from taking a look at the original. With the best performance of My Generation that there ever will be, ever, a seven minute long Magic Bus, the greatest performance of Tommy ever, and many other songs dating back to The Who's rise to fame and their blues roots(Summertime Blues, Shakin' All Over), this album is DEFINITELY a necessity to your CD/record collection. Don't download it, buy the full thing.

The Who will always be known as a bookmark in the book of amazing and mind-blowing live performances, and even in the entire history of music. They set the bar high, and few if any have succeeded in reaching that bar. This album is a stepping stone towards achieving a new musical nirvana.
"Dude, I just listened to Live At Leeds."

"Does that explain the stain on the front of your jeans?"
by All yor base r belong to us January 08, 2006
An extremely influential songwriter. Nuff said.
Besides Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan is the man with the most instantly recognizable and unique voice in American culture, ever. Some despise him. Some worship him. But you'd have to have Down Syndrome not to be able to relate to one of his songs. In the example is the song I relate to the most. Maybe even perhaps, you.
"Johnny's in the basement
Mixing up the medicine
I'm on the pavement
Thinking about the government
The man in the trench coat
Badge out, laid off
Says he's got a bad cough
Wants to get it paid off
Look out kid
It's somethin' you did
God knows when
But you're doin' it again
You better duck down the alley way
Lookin' for a new friend
The man in the coon-skin cap
In the big pen
Wants eleven dollar bills
You only got ten
Maggie comes fleet foot
Face full of black soot
Talkin' that the heat put
Plants in the bed but
The phone's tapped anyway
Maggie says that many say
They must bust in early May
Orders from the D. A.
Look out kid
Don't matter what you did
Walk on your tip toes
Don't try "No Doz"
Better stay away from those
That carry around a fire hose
Keep a clean nose
Watch the plain clothes
You don't need a weather man
To know which way the wind blows
Get sick, get well
Hang around a ink well
Ring bell, hard to tell
If anything is goin' to sell
Try hard, get barred
Get back, write braille
Get jailed, jump bail
Join the army, if you fail
Look out kid
You're gonna get hit
But users, cheaters
Six-time losers
Hang around the theaters
Girl by the whirlpool
Lookin' for a new fool
Don't follow leaders
Watch the parkin' meters
Ah get born, keep warm
Short pants, romance, learn to dance
Get dressed, get blessed
Try to be a success
Please her, please him, buy gifts
Don't steal, don't lift
Twenty years of schoolin'
And they put you on the day shift
Look out kid
They keep it all hid
Better jump down a manhole
Light yourself a candle
Don't wear sandals
Try to avoid the scandals
Don't wanna be a bum
You better chew gum
The pump don't work
'Cause the vandals took the handle."

-Subterranean Homesick Blues by Bob Dylan.
by All yor base r belong to us January 27, 2006

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