3 definitions by GeorgZnaeym

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A Breed Sow is a female humanoid whose purpose of existence is based solely upon the production and nurturing of offspring. Breed sows share similar characteristics: a total unawareness or concern towards world, national or local happenings immediately beyond those of the brood, and severely-limited conversational skills restricted to the topics of children and complaints of perceived mistreatment by various authority figures. Men are similarly incidental within the existence spheres of breed sows, who consider them necessary only for the security and subsistence (food, clothing and shelter) they provide while still being the target of complaining gossip at gatherings of other breed sows.

Breed sows are distinguished by such shared characteristics as obesity, slovenly attire, a maintenance-free hair "style", total obliviousness to their surroundings, an expectation of deference from others but a refusal to acknowledge favors, and total tolerance towards all juvenile behavior while being simultaneously ready to focus a primitive, vigorous defensiveness against those who question the same.
Quick, let's move to another table - there's a breed sow approaching with four piglets.
by GeorgZnaeym August 26, 2006
A current fad where drum corps use amplified vocalists to accompany their brass and percussion sections in competition.
"Drum Corps-aoke is just another sign of desperation."
by GeorgZnaeym August 26, 2006
A BDCI Zombie/B is any individual who is unconditionally loyal to Drum Corps International and its founders and supporters(qv) and holds an unshakeable belief that the drum and bugle corps activity began at its founding in the early 1970s.

A DCI Zombie may vaguely comprehend some realization that drum and bugle corps and competitions did indeed exist in quantity prior to DCI, but quickly dismisses all pre-1970 corps activity, history and personalities as non-relevant and unimportant.

DCI Zombies are highly protective of their parochiality, and usually any mention of the earlier, pre-DCI massive nationwide Golden Age popularity of drum corps in comparison to the severely-shrunken activity as it currently exists is quickly met with highly-defensive justifications usually based on personal loyalties.
(Also see "The DCI Lie".)
"She tried telling those DCI Zombies that we used to pull 40,000-plus fans every weekend all over the country back in the Golden Age, but they still thought that their 2,000-something was a good crowd."
by GeorgZnaeym August 18, 2006

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