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16 definitions by HueyFreeman

 
1.
A TV show on Showtime about a guy named Dexter. He's a forensics scientist by day, and a serial murderer by night. What sets him apart is that he's a serial murderer of OTHER serial murderers. So he's the good guy of the story. Based on the book series by Jeff Lindsey. Very strange, but well-written.
Tagline: Dexter takes life. Seriously.
by HueyFreeman November 06, 2006
 
2.
An online network that is recently becoming more comparable to myspace. It started as a college-based network, where kids from different colleges could add each other as friends. Then it branched out to high school. And now, EVERYONE can use it.

If that weren't enough, there's now a "news feed" feature, that lets you see pretty much every move your friends make whenever they log on. It's basically Myspace 2 nowadays.

Even worse, the fact that it's now open to everyone pretty much makes it the stalker's wet dream. It was cool at first, but now it seems more and more like a violation of privacy.
Stalker: Hey, Shannon. I know that you're now going out with Rick.

Shannon: How'd you know that?

Stalker: I read it on the facebook news feed. And I saw the new pictures you added. They're hot.

Shannon: (runs away)
by HueyFreeman November 04, 2006
 
3.
1. What a black person gets called if they don't speak slang, wear Sean John, or freestyle. A pretty nasty and immature stereotype. The retards who believe in this term characterize an oreo as being "black on the outside, white on the inside". Pretty lame. And yeah, I am black.

2. When two black guys double-team a white girl on each side.
"Yeah, I'm black, I play guitar, listen to rock music, and my jeans don't hang below my ass. I guess I'm an oreo."
by HueyFreeman December 04, 2006
 
4.
A toy line that was launched in 1984, robotic humanoid characters that could transform into vehicles and other objects such as semis or boomboxes. Their slogan was "more than meets the eye".
A TV show was launched the same year. The show featured pretty nifty writing for its time. Revolved around battling robot races from the planet Cybertron, the Autobots (good guys) and Decepticons (bad guys). They eventually crash-landed on earth and continued their battle for objects called "Energon Cubes", which were the power source for all transformers. The Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, were aided by human teenager Spike and his father Sparkplug (yep, those were their names) in their many battles against the Decepticons, led by Megatron. Your basic classic story of good vs. evil.
Also spawned an animated feature in the late 80s, featuring the death of Optimus Prime, and his resurrection in season 3.
Spawned various spin-offs such as "Beast Wars", "Transformers Armada", and "Transformers: Cybertron". But the best is the original.
A live-action feature film is coming in July 2007, under the direction of Michael Bay, which, depending on your taste in movies, could go either way.
Theme Song:
Transformers, more than meets the eye. Autobots wage their battle to destroy the evil forces of the Decepticons. Transformers, robots in disguise. Tranformers, more than meets the eye. Transformers.
by HueyFreeman September 14, 2006
 
5.
A person who supports and believes in Christianity, often to the degree where it's overwhelming, irritating, and even creepy. Some pass out pamphlets promoting God or Christ, plead with you to come to church, and sport stickers or T-shirts promoting their God, whom they've never seen physical proof of. Sometimes they'll even try to force their beliefs on you, so if you're an atheist, beware.
Jesus freak: "Come to church, it won't hurt. Jesus loves you. He died for your sins."

Person: "Well, have you actually seen Jesus or God?"

Jesus freak: "Um, no, but he talks to me in my dreams."

Person: "Uhh... yeah. Piss off, you creep."
by HueyFreeman September 13, 2006
 
6.
A joke that stemmed from an episode of The OC and Saturday Night lLive that revolves around the shooting death of a character in slow motion, with a memorable excerpt from the song "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap used as audio. Was amusing at first, but now the subject of done-to-death spoofs on Youtube using clips from various films.
Imogen Heap refrain: (Gunshot) Mmmmm whatcha sayyyyy. Mmmm that you only meant well...
-refrain used in "Dear Sister"
by HueyFreeman September 17, 2007
 
7.
A band that, unfortunately, is only best known for their Michael Jackson cover of "Smooth Criminal". It sucks because outside of this song, they're actually a really good band.
Teeny bopper: "OMG!!! Alien Ant Farm is awesome! 'Smooth Criminal', like, rocks!!!!"

Alien Ant Farm fan: "Aw, shut up. Go listen to their whole albums instead of the same video MTV plays."
by HueyFreeman September 13, 2006