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88 definitions by Chernorizets Hrabr

 
71.
Band with the worst lead singer of all time.
The lead singer of New Found Glory sounds like Simon from "Alvin and the Chipmunks" after getting kicked in the balls by a mule.
by Chernorizets Hrabr August 02, 2004
 
72.
Victims of stupid Americans bastardizing their heritage to try and sound cool and/or tough. So-called "Italians" talk with fake Brooklyn accents, eat Chef Boyardee ravioli and Domino's Pizza, and keep the first three buttons of their shirts unbuttoned so as to expose unsightly, bristly black chest hair, often complemented by a gold chain necklace. Calls friends "paizan" or "gumba" and thinks phrases such as "Donde esta?" and "'Ey chico!" are Italian. Often claims ties to the mafia in whatever major city is closest to the suburb they live in. Usually feel the need to make proclaimations such as "Yo, I'm Italian!"
"Yo, I'm 9% Italian. Respect me or I'll break ye' face and you'll be swimmin' wit' de fishes. Capisce? I tought so."
by Chernorizets Hrabr July 06, 2004
 
73.
A real man's music, popularized by bands such as Metallica, Black Sabbath and Megadeth, to be reintroduced into the 90's in the incarnation of the agressive but simplified nu-metal.
Metal is the best music out there, and there is no compromising this statement.
by Chernorizets Hrabr December 02, 2004
 
74.
The latest trend in metal music... if you want to call it that. Metalcore is a genre crossbreed of heavy metal and hardcore that claims to be better than its nu-metal predecessors, which in some ways is true. However, metalcore is bad in it's own right. For example, every metalcore band sounds exactly the same, and god forbid the lead singers actually try to "sing" for once instead of the usual incoherent bad screaming. Metalcore is also unappealing and unlistenable to all but a small audience of devoted fans, as the songs lack any real hooks which keeps it from getting too mainstream, a double-edged sword. Metalcore has its ups, however; most metalcore bands are at least twice as talented as their nu-metal counterparts (instrumentally) and lacks the annoying rap aspect of said music. Heavy Metal fans should own at least one decent metalcore CD from bands like "Down the Sun" or "Sinai Beach", if only for the sake of being obnoxious and blasting it in your car with the windows down.
Metalcore... whatever...
by Chernorizets Hrabr June 01, 2005
 
75.
Members of the school colorguard that feel the need to get involved in at least one extra-cirricular but don't have any particular talents.
People who are only good at playing Pokemon cards and join colorguard are such flaggots.
by Chernorizets Hrabr July 19, 2004
 
76.
There are several defining traits of a tool; if one or more of these characteristics apply to you, then you are a tool.

1. You often feel used by your "friends", who usually make fun of you to both to your face and behind your back, but act polite if you have something they want. Of course, because you're desperate to be accepted, you give it to them.

2. You buy into whatever trend seems in at the moment because you have no identity or sense of pride. If you're emo, pass out at parties after 4 drinks to show off to people that you're drunk, or wear a pink shirt with the collar popped in a vain attempt to appear "secure with your masculinity", then you're a tool and haven't realized it yet.

3. You listen to Tool and think they are the pinnacle of musical talent because they call themselves "prog", but are actually boring and mediocre.
Go back to your toolboxes, you poseurs.
by Chernorizets Hrabr September 14, 2005
 
77.
Knockoff restraunt located in Cherry Hill New Jersey owned by a guy named Franco who can't speak English. Walking into the restraunt bombards you with copyright infringement, as they don't even have permission to use the name "Tony Soprano" and the stench of unwashed floors and Fried Mexico.
"Soprano's never has any fresh popcorn chicken."

"Let's go to Soprano's and steal their drinks and Goodfellas poster."
by Chernorizets Hrabr August 15, 2003