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29 definitions by El_Haggis

 
8.
(SIYE-in-THAW-luh-gee)
A money cult founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. It is centered around the belief that aliens invaded the world and brainwashed us, and that Hubbard is a kind of Messiah whose ideas will lead us to wisdom.

Here's the catch: You have to give lots of money to the Church of Scientology if you want to get in, and they use this money to buy everything from pamphlets to enormous cruise yachts, and because they're considered a religion, they don't have to pay the taxes we do!

Yet for some reason, many people in Hollywood, most notably Tom Cruise, buy into this "religion". And whenever someone tries to reveal the truth about Scientology on a large scale, or accuses the mod larsony, the Scienstapo will harass them by incessant sueing.

So in short, Scientology is just another cult.
Dealing with Scientology:

Scientologist: "What are YOU doing?" <takes out pamphlets>

Random person: "Avoiding a Scientologist."
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006
 
9.
Bawg-trau-ter
Origianlly a very derogatory word for an Irishman, not always used as an insult nowadays.
in the 1700s-1800s, the English often referred to the Irish they oppressed as "uncivilized bogtrotters", as the English have historically had the habit of calling anyone of a different nationality "uncivilized".
by El_Haggis September 12, 2006
 
10.
Hometown of the University of Texas, and the Live Music Capital of the World. Arguably the greatest city in Texas, which is an easy thing to say when compared with the nearby College Station.

Austin is the only major liberal stronghold in Texas, and because of that, Republican "politicians" such as Tom DeLay, among others, once tried to remove Democrats such as Lloyd Dogget by redistricting all of Texas.

Birthplace of Whole foods, Amy's Ice Creams, the Aggie Joke, Michael Dell, that guy who plays the bongos naked (not Leslie), along with various other famous hippies.
Austin: currently being encroached upon by Conservatives and Californians.
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006
 
11.
A branch of private schools commonly found in mainly the US and Germany, and were founded by the Austrian Anthrposophist philosopher Rudolf Steiner.

Although Waldorf Schools are legitimate schools, critics continue to claim that the school is a cult, and that students are indoctrinated with the ideals of Anthroposophy. Though these allegations are probably false, Waldorf Schools do use some methods which may appear outdated or silly.

But overall it's a pretty good school.
Waldorf: the only school that is also the name of a salad.
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006
 
12.
Paris Hilton: TX: (PAIR-ass HEIL-tun)
1. A lazy rich bimbo/snob who thinks s(he) can do whatever s(he) wants because his/her Capitalist Pig daddy can pay for it. Aka The American Dream gone out of whack.

2. A bad word.

Paris Hilton: living proof that cash ain't everything.
Example 1. <The President's family is just full of Paris Hiltons.>

Example 2. <The Boston Strangler once murdered someone by stabbing her up the Paris Hilton.>
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006
 
13.
Wide variety of jokes told by UT Fans, often including familiar characters such as Smart Longhorn, Dumb Aggie, and Mediocre Baylor Bear. Compare: Longhorn = brunette, Aggie = blonde, Baylor Bear = redhead.

Here's an example:
A longhorn, an Aggie, and a Baylor Bear are traveling in a desert. Each one has brought one thing: The Longhorn brought a jug of water so he dosen't dehydrate, the Baylor Bear brought food so he doesn't starve, and the Aggie brought a car door, so he can roll up the window if he gets too hot.

Ba-dum-bsssh
Aggie joke: Did you hear that there are three kinds of aggies?

The ones who can't count and the ones who can.
by El_Haggis September 09, 2006
 
14.
The Germanic-speaking descendants of three tribes, the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes, who came from Denmark, northwestern Germany, and Holland, who settled in what are now England and southern Scotland in the fifth century, displacing the native Celts. Though they had close cultural ties with Scandinavia, they were on the recieving end of the Viking Raids from 793 to 1066, when the Anglo-Saxon government (now mostly under the control of Vikings) was annihilated by the Normans, a powerful group of French-speaking Vikings.
Beowulf is a notable example of Anglo-Saxon verse.
by El_Haggis September 11, 2006