3 definitions by Cheri Lucas

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A person, presumably peaking on an intoxicant -- namely ecstasy -- who is so consumed with the pulse of techno, and its throbbing consistent bassline, that he or she stands as close to the speaker on a dance floor as possible.

Amusingly, speaker freakers often stick their sweaty, bopping heads inside a larger speaker's compartments and holes so the vibration of the music encompasses and massages their bodies. Occasionally, petite partiers manage to crawl inside the crevices of the speakers, assume fetal positions, and let the bass rock them into trances.

More physically active and alert speaker freakers are found next to the speakers with raised arms, as if to worship these tall black obelisks as inanimate gods of technology.
While taking a break to sip bottled water and catch our breath, our eyes darted from the DJs at the front to the speaker freakers across the dance floor. One of the guys pumped his fists in the air to the beat, while his friend -- rolling hard -- put his hands on his bald head, then reached out and fondled the mesh of the speakers.
by Cheri Lucas February 03, 2008
Refers to the soiled, vestigial mixture of dirt, sweat, spit, and other substances or liquids collected at the bottom of one's Jncos, Kikwears, or other wide-legged pant cuffs at the end of a night, or early morning, of partying or raving, particularly in a warehouse. Other materials collected on pant cuffs include globs of chewed gum, or even stickers that have come off candy ravers' sweaty faces and fallen to the floor. Rave funk is often accompanied by a dreadful scent mixing perspiration, mud, wet feet, Vicks Vapo Rub, or perhaps lotion, if one was rolling around in an e-puddle earlier that night.

After we emerged from the Home Base warehouse into the parking lot at 8 a.m. after a long, bass-filled night of San Francisco trance, I looked down as I dragged my Adidas Shell-Toes across the pavement and realized I had rave funk covering the bottoms of my pants.
by Cheri Lucas January 30, 2008
The phase affected by the quarterlife crisis, or the lapse of time -- ranging from a few years to over a decade -- where a twenty-something experiences the transitioning stage between late adolescence and young adulthood (approximately ages 17-23) and full-fledged adulthood.

Twixterhood, a neologism combining "Twixter," a term coined by a writer at TIME magazine, to the suffix "hood," suggests an adulthood characterized by financial, emotional, and/or personal immaturity, a refusal to "grow up," a desire to hold onto or maintain the glory years of college partying or casual relationships, or the preference of traveling, exploring, learning, and taking on part-time or temporary forms of employment instead of committing to full-time, permanent positions.

Both a positive and negative experience for twenty-somethings, and even thirty-somethings, the average length of Twixterhood has lengthened since the maturing years of Generation X-ers: members of Generation Y, and the generations after Y, are prone to drawing out this stage, particularly by moving back in or residing permanently with their parents.
After hugging his younger sister on her twenty-fifth birthday, he jokingly welcomed her into Twixterhood, and laughed because she was about to move back into her childhood bedroom at their parents' house, as she could no longer afford to pay rent and go to graduate school at the same time.
by Cheri Lucas February 03, 2008

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