2 definitions by Andorr Gholorm

The now debunked theory that if you give an infinite number of monkeies an infinite number of typewriters, they will reproduce the works of Shakespeare, possibly Steinbeck, Tom Clancy, and the source code to Windows.
"It has been theorized that an infinite number of monkeys banging on an infinite number of typewriters would eventually reproduce the written works of Shakespeare. Thanks to the Internet, we now know this is not true." ~Kurt Vonnegut
by Andorr Gholorm September 14, 2003
Translated loosely from Spanish to mean "The One-Eyed", El Tuerto is an interesting occurrence in today's society.

Not belonging to a set clique, El Tuerto prefers to roam and is a very social creature. It tends to be insightful, and is very sarcastic and prone to vehement invective when attacked.

The phrase is derived from both Norse Mythology (Odin), and the statement "In the land of the blind, the man with one eye is King."

El Tuerto is a renaissance man of sorts, and prefers to have a diverse knowledge of many things, especially strategy, combat, religion, science, psychology, and languages.

He is oft the one who is speaking in complete sentences in chat rooms and in online games.
Dude, did you see James' grades? He's trying to be El Tuerto!

That guy pwned me like El Tuerto.
by Andorr Gholorm September 14, 2003

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