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130 definitions by GaaraoftheDamned

One of the greatest but most underrated characters on Futurama. Known for being completely golden, always lying down, even while walking, almost always munching on grapes, and always rejoicing at anything and everything that brings him entertainment or pleasure.
Some of Hedonism Bot's best quotes are:

I apologize for nothing!

Surgery in an opera? How wonderfully decadent! And just when I was beginning to lose interest... Djambi, the chocolate icing!

Oh, sirrah, how deliciously absurd!
by Gaaraofthedamned June 02, 2011
A very dark and experimental genre of music. The genre was first created by Throbbing Gristle in the 1970's. The sound is characterized by drone-like noises in an ambient style and frequent use of found objects and electronic instruments (mainly the keyboard and computer programming but electric guitars, bass, and drums are found in it). Industrial music became more well-known when the genres of Industrial Rock and Industrial Metal first came into being. Fans of Industrial music are called rivetheads though Industrial is very popular with straight up Goths.

Contrary to what some people say, bands like Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, KMFDM, and some works of Marilyn Manson ARE in fact Industrial. Though these bands have had at least one period of mainstream exposure, they remain relativley underground compared to a lot of other musicians, not to mention a lot of them are back in the underground (while NIN and Manson have performed in stadiums before, they mostly play in smaller venues that barely hold more than 500-1000 people). Bands like the above mentioned ones are great for starting out with Industrial, though if you want to become serious about it you should also check out bands like Controlled Bleeding, Whitehouse, and Coil.
When you listen to Industrial Music, whether it be Throbbing Gristle's "20 Jazz Funk Greats" or Ministry's "The Land of Rape and Honey", you get a certain satisfaction and creative feeling you can't get from most other music.
by Gaaraofthedamned May 22, 2011
Hilarious 1980 movie. After the navigator and both pilots are among multiple people on an airline heading to Chicago from Los Angeles that get sick from some strange foodbourne illness, a doctor and two flight attendants seek the help from everyday man Ted Stryker (the ex-lover of one of the flight attendants) who has trouble just going near a plane since he made what he believed to be a bad move during an airstrike in the Vietnam War.

The movie is known for it's very random humor (i.e. a group of reporters is getting info about the crisis when one of them says "Okay boys, lets get some pictures". They then walk over to a wall with framed photographs of airlines and randomly start taking them down and walking out the door).
I got annoyed when my friend kept uttering the "don't call me Shirley" joke from Airplane!
by Gaaraofthedamned January 22, 2011
Perfect way to describe modern day episodes of The Simpsons. The series was hilarious and fantastic in the ninties but now is totally unfunny and unwatchable. The show's main writers started being replaced 2001-03 and the series started to show signs of low-to-no quality. The movie in 2007 was the only funny thing done since the show started to die. Now the show can be compared to a sick animal that cannot continue living and needs to be put down.
I get so bored when I'm sick I find myself watching The Shitsons a lot.
by gaaraofthedamned July 03, 2011
Things we can't have for a number of reasons.
Oh goddamnit man this is why we can't have nice things!!!!!
by Gaaraofthedamned September 16, 2011
Song by early Garage Rock/Rock n Roll band The Trashmen from their debut album of the same name. The Ramones did a terrific cover of it on their "Rocket to Russia" album.

A great song indeed. Sadly most kids today only know about it due to it's use on an episode of "Family Guy".
Kid A: What are you listening to?

Kid B: Surfin' Bird

Kid A: Sweet! Which version, The Trashmen or The Ramones?

Kid B: Ummm...Peter Griffin's?

Kid A: You mean The Trashmen's version.

Kid B: No I'm pretty sure this is Peter's

Kid A: *sigh* Never mind. *to self* That's why I'm fine with Futurama
by Gaaraofthedamned August 13, 2011
Chicago's American League and south side MLB team (as opposed to the Cubs, who play on the North Side). Often regarded as the "second team of the second city" in spite of:

*More world series titles (three to the Cubs' two) as well as the advantage of actually having won a title in the last 100 (or rather 105) years.

*A statistically better record over the last 25 years (i.e. more winning seasons than losing)

*A newer, nicer stadium that helps provide a happy, fun, comfortable ballgame experience (Wrigley may have more history and outer beauty, but it's a different story inside the ballpark)

*Fans who, though not above taunting and harassing, will actually respect players and fans of the opposing team (unlike Cubs fans, who enjoy turning aggressive on innocent fans and players when things don't go their way)
When the White Sox lose, they admit it was the result of bad playing by their team or much better playing by the other, and look to build a better team from that point regardless.

When the Cubs lose, they blame some ridiculous "curse" or even one of their own fans and let yet another defeat become more and more part of the team's history and daily life
by GaaraoftheDamned January 20, 2014