543 definitions by Anon

What you been up to?
-hi
-hi
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-not much u?
by Anon May 03, 2005
rich white town in mass dominated by:
-soccer mom's wearing pink, yellow and lime green
-cops who have nothing better to do than find the best places to hide with their radar guns
-the boy's hockey team
-teenagers who buy shitty overpriced pot using their parents money
-golden retrievers
GO HINGHAM HARBORMEN!

... and harborwomen...

...i guess...
by anon August 01, 2004
A sebaceous secretion, especially the cheesy secretion that collects under the prepuce or around the clitoris.
Specifically: (a) The soapy substance covering the skin of newborn infants. (b) The cheesy, sebaceous matter which collects between the glans penis and the foreskin.
by anon November 21, 2002
A sport which is divided into two different parts : Artistic Gymnastics -the most popular sport at the Olympics after Athletics - and Rhythmic Gymnastics - also in the Olympics but not as popular and classified as a different sport.

In artistic gymnastics there are 8 different apparatus - Vault, Uneven Bars, Beam and Floor for the women and Floor, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and High Bar for the men.

Exercises include multiple somersaults/somersaults with twists, jumps and dance elements. Requires great power, flexibility, determination and will power, and a high level of fitness.

Rhythmic Gymnastics, or RSG for short, in a nutshell, involves women - men don't do RSG - who are too tall for AG bending their bodies into grotesque shapes while chucking either a ball, club, rope or ribbon in the air. Requires great flexibility. Judging at international competitions is often biased and fixed, and the very top gymnasts always seem to get temporarily banned for drug abuse...
Person One : We booked our gymnastics tickets for the Olympics!!

Person Two : AG or RSG?

Person One : RSG

Person Two : HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
by Anon June 12, 2004
A trite political statement painted on someone else's property
Banksy commits vandalism
by anon October 15, 2012
Following are the exact words (translated) as written by Mussolini for the Italian Encyclopedia in 1932:
Fascism, the more it considers and observes the future and the development of humanity quite apart from political considerations of the moment, believes neither in the possibility nor the utility of perpetual peace. It thus repudiates the doctrine of Pacifism -- born of a renunciation of the struggle and an act of cowardice in the face of sacrifice. War alone brings up to its highest tension all human energy and puts the stamp of nobility upon the peoples who have courage to meet it. All other trials are substitutes, which never really put men into the position where they have to make the great decision -- the alternative of life or death....

...The Fascist accepts life and loves it, knowing nothing of and despising suicide: he rather conceives of life as duty and struggle and conquest, but above all for others -- those who are at hand and those who are far distant, contemporaries, and those who will come after...

...Fascism is the complete opposite of…Marxian Socialism, the materialist conception of history of human civilization can be explained simply through the conflict of interests among the various social groups and by the change and development in the means and instruments of production.... Fascism, now and always, believes in holiness and in heroism; that is to say, in actions influenced by no economic motive, direct or indirect. And if the economic conception of history be denied, according to which theory men are no more than puppets, carried to and fro by the waves of chance, while the real directing forces are quite out of their control, it follows that the existence of an unchangeable and unchanging class-war is also denied - the natural progeny of the economic conception of history. And above all Fascism denies that class-war can be the preponderant force in the transformation of society....

After Socialism, Fascism combats the whole complex system of democratic ideology, and repudiates it, whether in its theoretical premises or in its practical application. Fascism denies that the majority, by the simple fact that it is a majority, can direct human society; it denies that numbers alone can govern by means of a periodical consultation, and it affirms the immutable, beneficial, and fruitful inequality of mankind, which can never be permanently leveled through the mere operation of a mechanical process such as universal suffrage....

...Fascism denies, in democracy, the absurd conventional untruth of political equality dressed out in the garb of collective irresponsibility, and the myth of "happiness" and indefinite progress....

...iven that the nineteenth century was the century of Socialism, of Liberalism, and of Democracy, it does not necessarily follow that the twentieth century must also be a century of Socialism, Liberalism and Democracy: political doctrines pass, but humanity remains, and it may rather be expected that this will be a century of authority...a century of Fascism. For if the nineteenth century was a century of individualism it may be expected that this will be the century of collectivism and hence the century of the State....

The foundation of Fascism is the conception of the State, its character, its duty, and its aim. Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute, in comparison with which all individuals or groups are relative, only to be conceived of in their relation to the State. The conception of the Liberal State is not that of a directing force, guiding the play and development, both material and spiritual, of a collective body, but merely a force limited to the function of recording results: on the other hand, the Fascist State is itself conscious and has itself a will and a personality -- thus it may be called the "ethic" State....

...The Fascist State organizes the nation, but leaves a sufficient margin of liberty to the individual; the latter is deprived of all useless and possibly harmful freedom, but retains what is essential; the deciding power in this question cannot be the individual, but the State alone....

...For Fascism, the growth of empire, that is to say the expansion of the nation, is an essential manifestation of vitality, and its opposite a sign of decadence. Peoples which are rising, or rising again after a period of decadence, are always imperialist; and renunciation is a sign of decay and of death. Fascism is the doctrine best adapted to represent the tendencies and the aspirations of a people, like the people of Italy, who are rising again after many centuries of abasement and foreign servitude. But empire demands discipline, the coordination of all forces and a deeply felt sense of duty and sacrifice: this fact explains many aspects of the practical working of the regime, the character of many forces in the State, and the necessarily severe measures which must be taken against those who would oppose this spontaneous and inevitable movement of Italy in the twentieth century, and would oppose it by recalling the outworn ideology of the nineteenth century - repudiated wheresoever there has been the courage to undertake great experiments of social and political transformation; for never before has the nation stood more in need of authority, of direction and order. If every age has its own characteristic doctrine, there are a thousand signs which point to Fascism as the characteristic doctrine of our time. For if a doctrine must be a living thing, this is proved by the fact that Fascism has created a living faith; and that this faith is very powerful in the minds of men is demonstrated by those who have suffered and died for it.
by anon March 26, 2005
the ultimate of words; the best thing u can think of in the world, and even possibly the word that represents the feeling of being speechless
when he kissed me the first time, it was stellar.
by anon February 18, 2004

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