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7 definitions by Dr. Dick Delaware

 
1.
Used in the following format to proclaim one's personal favorite pony (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic):

"insert pony name here is best pony."

This simple term is used anywhere and any time a MLPFIM fan is enthused by a particular pony. These comments tend to appear most in forums, message boards, and Youtube video comments. Some situations:

-A pony does something impressive or amusing in the show.

-A fan's favorite pony merely appears and/or speaks in an episode (Derpy Hooves is the best example).

-A pony displays an unusual tendency and wins the approval of a viewer (for example, the normally timid Fluttershy appears to beat the shit out of a bear).
-A fan simply prefers one pony to all others and wants to make it known.

It is up to the individual fan to decide which pony is best, as the statement is highly personal, but some ponies (usually Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash) are labeled as best more often than others. Also, this term is not always absolute, as some will use it to merely display an increase in the approval of a pony, and will thus apply it to multiple fillies and colts.
Aaron: Hey Mike, what happened in last night's episode Luna Eclipsed?

Mike: Well Princess Luna returned and could not stop yelling when she tried to talk. Eventually Fluttershy helped her and...
Aaron: FLUTTERSHY IS BEST PONY.
by Dr. Dick Delaware November 10, 2011
 
2.
Paizuri is a subcategory of hentai that involves 'breast sex', also known in America and other parts of the world (slang) as 'titty fucking', 'tit fucking', etc.

When Paizuri first became a big thing in hentai, it was most commonplace for the character giving paizuri to the second party to have large or huge breasts. However, in the past few years or so, this has become more varied. In many types of hentai, women of all breast sizes can give paizuri.

Some varieties: Double paizuri (involving two women performing it on a single penis), multi paizuri (same as double but involving more women), clothed paizuri, futa (she-male) paizuri, etc...
Eric: I picked up a few new Vocaloid doujins from Sakura-Con a few days ago.

Jay: Any good?

Eric: Yeah, a lot of paizuri.

Jay: Teh titz!
by Dr. Dick Delaware August 31, 2011
 
3.
A much better alternative to the user-supported hentai/anime image source website, Danbooru.

I could write several paragraphs on why Gelbooru is better than Danbooru. However, most of the people I speak to feel it is superior for these few reasons:

-A full-access account (or any account, for that matter) is *not* required to search more than two tags at once (for example, you can search "blonde_hair ponytail beach beach_ball smile ice_cream" on Gelbooru, whereas you can only search "blonde_hair ponytail" on Danbooru without an account).

-There are more tags available to search.

-There are thousands of shotacon and lolicon images on Gelbooru, whereas there are close to none on Danbooru.

-There is usually less maintenance downtime and lag.

Generally, Gelbooru is *tremendously* better than Danbooru.
If you search "mcdonalds' on Gelbooru, one of the first images you will see is a Super-Saiyan Ronald McDonald.
by Dr. Dick Delaware June 18, 2011
 
4.
A meme-level expression used in response to anything sexually pleasing/enticing, whether it is an image, video, song, or written content.

It is most commonly used as a simple image macro featuring George Takei; the meme itself probably originated from instances of Takei saying "Oh, my!" in response to sexy stuff, especially on the Howard Stern show.
Howard Stern: Hey Jonah, let's see that gigantic penis of yours.
Jonah Falcon: K. *whips out 13-incher.*
George Takei: Oh my! :]
by Dr. Dick Delaware April 17, 2012
 
5.
Pun
A pun is, quite simply, a play on words. There are many types, but in general, they all utilize one word that is relevant to the subject matter at hand, but is impractical in context. If formed correctly, a pun can be humorous, and can sometimes derail any given conversation in itself.

Puns are common comedic tools in literature, conversation, blogging, and all other sorts of digital and interpersonal communication. However, they are surprisingly complicated, and the concept of what comprises a pun can be confusing. Simple puns, such as humorous rhymes (i.e., *guy sees a woman get decapitated in a movie* "Geez, she didn't need to lose her head over that."), are not unfamiliar to the average speaker, and most of us have used them since our earliest years. Complex puns, such as the use of words in actual sentence structure (for example, *daughter gets her father an Icee slushie* "Icee what you did there!") require some degree of verbal and dictional proficiency.

Some guidelines:

1. It should be clearly relevant to the topic of discussion at hand, while being unnecessary (i.e, it certainly would not be the first thing you would use).

2. It should be fairly easy to recognize; puns often use elements of cliche and popular phrasing.

3. It should be timely. The goal is to be clever, not predictable.

A good way to understand how puns work is to ponder the place of irony in humorous context.
Brock (Pokemon): "It's raining! I guess I'll use my frying pan...as a drying pan!" *holds it over head to catch the rain*

Frank: "Hey Bob, what's wrong? Why are you crying?"

Bob: "Oh...hey, Frank. My dog passed away a little while ago. I found him lying under the table, struggling to breathe. The vet said he had a cardiac arrest."

Frank: "Oh, I'm sorry, man. It sounds like his last few minutes were a *heart ache*."

Bob: "God damnit, Frank, you're such an ass! Fuck you and your damn puns!"
by Dr. Dick Delaware December 24, 2011
 
6.
'Bodygasm' has a few meanings:

1. Often used by stoners or occasional weed smokers to describe the intense body high one gets from really good marijuana.

2. The rare and often sought-after intense, whole-body sensation that may occur after a masturbation session. It goes beyond the good feeling in the legs and hips alone.

3. Used infrequently to describe an intense body-high after using *any* narcotic drug or alcohol product.
Jim: Connor, how was that bud you smoked last night?

Connor: It was incredible. I smoked one bowl and my body felt warm and fuzzy. It was a bodygasm.

Shelby: I had the best orgasm last night. I felt an incredible sensation go from head to toe. I have never had that happen.

Lucy: Lucky...
by Dr. Dick Delaware June 29, 2011
 
7.
"Flowers on the Wall", also known by some listeners as "Counting Flowers on the Wall", is a country song originally performed by the Statler Brothers. It gained widespread fame when it was used in the movie Pulp Fiction.

There are countless interpretations of the lyrics, though the one I have found to be most fitting has to do with the narrator passing time in a psychiatric ward.

"Counting flowers on the wall, that don't bother me at all. Playing solitaire 'til dawn, with a deck of 51. Smokin' cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo...now, don't tell me I've got nothing to do."

Back when this song was written, it was not uncommon for patients kept in psychiatric hospitals to have absolutely nothing or very little to do. They were also allowed to smoke in their rooms and sometimes watch television, both activities that were desired by patients at the time.

"It's good to see you; I must go, I know I look a-fright. Anyway, my eyes are not accustom to this light..."

In the context of the meaning I outlined previously, the narrator is struggling with anxiety and reluctance for leaving the privacy of his hospital room, probably having to do with agoraphobia or some form of psychosis or social anxiety. The speaker is content being bored in his room because he wants nothing to do with the outside world.

This song has been covered by several artists, though the most recent and most popular was performed by Eric Heatherly.
In Pulp Fiction, Bruce Willis listened to this song while riding in his car.

Many people enjoy 'Flowers on the Wall' because they can all relate to the situation of being bored but are fine with it from time to time.
by Dr. Dick Delaware June 29, 2011