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3 definitions by Gijy Tiwit

an album released by Marilyn Manson in 1998--the album with the infamous tittied redheaded alien cover. Consisting mostly of well-produced glam rock (incuding "The Dope Show"), it served as the narrative sequel to the 1996 album Antichrist Superstar (though a lot of people never quite figured out how that worked exactly). It is considered by many (though not all) to be the band's best album to date.
A: Did you know that the title "Mechanical Animals" is an anagram for "Is An Alchemical Man"? So the cover really says "Marilyn Manson is an alchemical man."

B: Dude, you need a girlfriend.
by Gijy Tiwit May 30, 2007
1. A robotic villain of the Sonic the Hedgehog universe; a mechanical imitation of Sonic. Mecha Sonic differs from the similar Sonic-clone Metal Sonic in that Mecha has a slightly meaner, more "I'ma kill you" look to it, and has been shown to possess the ability to absorb power from the Master Emerald (as seen in Sonic 3 & Knuckles). Referred to as "Silver Sonic" in earlier games because he was originally silver and actually looked kind of stupid.

2. What they called Sonic when he was successfully roboticized in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book published by Archie comics. He looked a lot like the Mecha Sonic that appeared as the boss of the Sky Sanctuary in Sonic 3 & Knuckles. He beat the crap out of Bunnie Rabbot, and they had to actually roboticize Knuckles the Echidna in order to defeat and save him.
Don't open the window or Mecha Sonic will fly in and kill you and your mom and your dog and everyone you love. 'Cause he can, you know. He's real.
by Gijy Tiwit June 03, 2007
A character from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, though currently exclusive to the American adaptations (cartoon, comics). She's a young rabbit who was partially roboticized by Dr. Robotnik and now possesses a strong cybernetic left arm and two cybernetic legs, the latter of which have been retrofitted with thrusters, enabling her to fly. She speaks with a(n inexplicable) Southern American accent, is an elite Freedom Fighter and is one of Sonic's best buds. When she first appeared in SatAM she was kind of stout and cute, like one would expect a cartoon rabbit to be, but Archie comics later refined her design and aged her a couple of years, and she's actually kind of hot now.
Bunnie Rabbot is not a misspelling! It's a Sonic character! I know damn well how to spell "bunny rabbit".
by Gijy Tiwit June 03, 2007