(n) 1. the main character in the comic strip of the same name, created by Scott Adams, depicting an empolyee who works in a cubicle for a clueless boss at a large company
2. any real-life office employee who embodies some characteristics of the Dilbert character
3. a loser
(n) an Oakland rapper from the early 1990s named Stanley Kirk Burrell who liked to wear parachute pants while performing his MANY hits:
1. U Can't Touch This (1990, #8)
2. Have You Seen Her (1990, #4)
3. Pray (1990, #2)
4. 2 Legit 2 Quit (1992, #5)
5. Addams Groove (1992, #7)
6. Pumps and a Bump (1994, #26)
I have to take issue with the unfair characterization of M.C. Hammer as a one-hit wonder: he may be bankrupt and washed-up, but give the man credit for his multiple hits! Hasn't he suffered enough, going through life as a black man named Stanley?
(n) a lame excuse for obese pigs to claim they are on a "diet" while they gorge themselves with excessive amounts of fatty meat, cheese, butter, and lard
(aka Fatkins Diet)
I'm on the Atkins Diet. Yesterday, I ate a 12-egg omelette, 36 sausage links, a brick of Cheddar cheese, 2 jars of peanuts, 4 sticks of butter, a 32-ounce steak wrapped in bacon, a pork roast, and a can of Crisco for dessert. The only reason I gained 135 pounds was because I accidentally inhaled a crouton.