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7 definitions by Benj

 
1.
Overblown self-importance combined with "Holier than thou" religious mania and imagined moral superiority. Permanent virgin, dumb cunt, hippie, in need of a shave. See also closet lesbian
what an uptight twat she is. a total Connemara
by Benj April 03, 2004
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2.
A pompous arrogant blowhard; an overweight windbag who knows nothing, but loves to hear himself talk. See also Mayor McCheese
Man, did you read Jeffro's post? He's such a QuiGonJim.
by Benj April 03, 2004
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3.
A suffix to a number, meaning to times it by the number in front of it. Normally put when making something sound larger.

x times bigger -> x bigs
Man, I went to the party tonight, and it was 10 bigs then I expected!
by Benj October 12, 2006
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4.
A person who over the internet acts like a Korean. Using bad spelling, spamming, and other unsocial things.
Damn E-Kor, won't talk properly
by Benj November 16, 2004
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5.
Robert (Bob) John Carr (born 28 September 1947), Australian politician, was Premier of New South Wales from 25 March 1995 to 3 August 2005. He holds the record for the longest continuous service as Premier of New South Wales. Only Sir Henry Parkes has served longer, but he held the office on five separate occasions.

He was the 39th Premier of New South Wales, preceding John Fahey and succeeded by Morris Iemma. He served the Australian Labor Party.

The son of a train driver, Carr was born in the Sydney suburb of Maroubra, and was educated at the University of New South Wales, from which he graduated as a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in history. Unusually for an Australian politician, he is an intellectual and writer; in a recent example of his recognition as a writer, he appeared on stage at the 2004 Sydney Festival in conversation with Tom Stoppard.

Before entering politics, Carr was a journalist for the ABC Radio's AM current affairs program, wrote for The Bulletin and spent a period working for the Labor Council of NSW.

A member of the Australian Labor Party, Carr entered the New South Wales Legislative Assembly at a by-election as the member for Maroubra in October 1983.

In December 1984 he was appointed Minister for Planning and the Environment in the Neville Wran government. He held this position until March 1988, when the ALP lost government. In February 1986 he also took on the consumer affairs portfolio, which he held until he became Minister for Heritage in July 1986.

Carr's long-term ambition was to enter federal politics and be Minister for Foreign Affairs in a federal Labor government. But following the defeat of the New South Wales Labor government, Carr was pressured by the party organisation and his own Right faction to stand for the leadership. Carr reluctantly agreed, and became Leader of the Opposition.

His diary entries from the time reveal "I spent today like a doomed man, taking phone calls and drafting a statement, still saying to the press I wasn't shifting. I feel a jolt in my stomach about what I'm getting myself in for. I will destroy my career in four years. Everything's altered. It's my fate … So, for better or for worse, I become leader of the party next week."citation needed

Despite this reluctance, Carr's performance as opposition leader gained wide approval in the party and NSW Labor only narrowly lost a tight election to Nick Greiner's coalition government in 1991, despite the fact that no one expected Labor to come close to victory.

In 1995 he became Premier at another close election and won comfortably again in 1999 and 2003.

His centrist, cautious government has been characterised by conservative financial management and the encouragement of market forces, and latterly pursued a "tough on crime" policy. Carr occasionally ventured into national policy issues, particularly issues concerning the environment and population growth. A keen bushwalker, he created numerous national parks in NSW over his decade-long term as Premier. During his term, he worked towards improving literacy standards in NSW schools.

In August 2004, Carr faced criticism due to his alleged involvement in the Orange Grove affair, and also from the Commissioner of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, due to his remarks that a minister under investigation by the ICAC would be "vindicated" before the release of that body's findings on the matter; this resulted in an allegation of contempt, which was subsequently dropped.

After 10 years as Premier, Carr announced his resignation both as Premier and as the member for Maroubra on 27 July 2005 to be effective from 3 August. This immediately prompted speculation that the resignation was a prelude to a move into federal politics, but Carr denied this. He cited the desire to spend more time with his wife, Helena Carr, as the main motivation for his resignation. His successor as Premier is former health minister Morris Iemma. Carr's resignation triggered further resignations, namely those of Deputy Premier Andrew Refshauge and Planning Minister Craig Knowles.

Unusually for a Labor leader, Carr has opposed Australian republicanism if it entailed public election of the President (he supported a President appointed by Parliament). He also opposed a Bill of Rights, claiming it would merely lead to increased litigation.
Bob Carr is one of the most sexiest premiers NSW has ever had!
by Benj October 18, 2006
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6.
Normally a drug or plant, causes the brain to faze out of normal thinking patterns, therefore the user hallucinates. It can be dangerous if taken in large quantities.

It also effects the users emotional patterns making the user laugh or cry more easily.
The only way for me to laugh at your jokes is to take a hallucigent.
by benj July 24, 2006
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7.
Short for Wireless High-Five, used when you want to give a friend a high-five, but you are further then arms reach from each other. It doesn't involve any physical contact.
Benj: That $30 burger from Maccas was teh pwnz
Timmy: Wifive!
by Benj May 27, 2007
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