4 definitions by Devin "Table Stakes" McDermott

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Term for when a person likes an imported Japanese movie just because its Japanese. He believes that by liking this film, people will think he is "deep" and "artistic." Once someone points out that the movie sucked, He says it's because ignorant Americans only like movies that have action, car crashes, and special effects, while himself being ignorant to the fact that no matter what, the movie had no plot and made absolutely no sense whatsoever. He fails to realize that although the Japanese director tried his hardest, he will never produce anything close to a movie. These people often mistake the properties of a movie with those of an art project. Most Japanese films would be beautiful art projects, but suck as movies because they lack a plot.
He thought he would sound deep and intelligent when he criticized Devin for not liking Aniko Hosogawa's "Dreams," But as Devin pointed out, he was just another victim of reverse ignorance. He killed himself shortly after because he couldn't stand the intense might of Devin's Pure Skill.
by Devin "Table Stakes" McDermott March 18, 2004
An insult used by geeks to make fun of lesser geeks, meaning they are "nothing" or "a waste of air" Taken from the Matrix quote "There is no spoon." Insult origin by Devin McDermott
He tried to kill me with an assault rifle in Halo. What a spoon.
by Devin "Table Stakes" McDermott March 17, 2004
noun: Someone that tries to play games with big shot players and gets tooled on. Originated when the word "Quelf" was played on a triple word score by Devin McDermott, Master of Scrabble, and the lesser players didn't challenge it for fear of losing their turn.

verb: To tool all over someone. see tool
Westwood tried to bluff, but I showed my pocket aces and quelfed in his face.

The punk kids talked a great game, but when they tried to play cards with us, we found out they were a couple of quelfs.
by Devin "Table Stakes" McDermott March 17, 2004
The most ignorant act ever conceived by mankind. Refers to a day set aside to protest the harassment of gay people. Most gay people are victims of reverse ignorance. They fail to realize that other minorites are harassed equally as much if not more than they are, yet still think they are above everyone else. It is endorsed in public schools, teaching children that gays are higher than other minorites, and should be treated with more respect. The Day of Silence is most often supported by non-gay, ignorant people. They think they are doing a good thing, but again fail to realize their own elitist ignorance.
(Teacher)"Okay, class, today we are celebrating the Day of Silence, to show that gays shouldn't be opressed."

(Mexican)"Oh boy, do we have a Day of Silence?"


(Mexican)"Why not? We're oppressed too."

(Teacher)"Yes, but gay people are above everyone else. See, you might be oppressed, but nobody cares because gay people are much more important than you."

(Mexican)"Oh, I see. Thanks, teach!"
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