1. a stone
2. a piece of crack cocaine that is smoked
3. AKA "rock'n'roll
". It's the ultimate form of musical expression. It's roots are in American, British and Irish folk, country and western (the classic stuff - NOT that poofy crap of today), jazz, blues, bluegrass and other sources. Pioneered by Ike Turner
, Johnny Cash
, Chuck Berry
, Little Richard
, Jerry Lee Lewis
, King Elvis
, Bill Haley + the Comets, the Beach Boys
and many more. Expanded, further defined and influenced even more by British
bands like the Beatles
, Rolling Stones
and the Kinks
bands like Kraftwerk
. Now rock music is listened to any performed by people in every nation. It's an American
cultural phenominae that has shaped the world.
4. to be cool. To rule, to be bad.
5. In the U.S. Navy
this word is jargon for flunking an academic test.
1. Billy threw a rock at a glass house. Next came the sound of glass shattering.
2. When the cops came in the apartment to make their dope bust Mikey put his crack pipe (with a rock in it) in the toilet bowl bottom hole. The police found it anyway and arrested Mikey.
3. Just gimme some of that rock'n'roll music. Any old way ya choose it.
4. The Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame is located in Cleveland
supposedly because the music got its name from a Cleveland slang term for sex
5. Rise up! Gather round! Rock this place to the ground.
6. at a Rush
concert someone behind me yelled, "GEDDY LEE, YEWWWW RAWHKK!". Because of the distance to the stage and the volume Geddy Lee and his Rush-mates Neil and Alex couldn't hear that, but they've been rocking for many years - they know.
7. Seaman Vincent: how did you do on the first Propulsion Engineering Basics test?
Seaman James: I aced it.
Seaman Vincent: Did you hear how Seaman Steve did? He ROCKED it!
8. that manufactured Britney/Xtina/NSYNC/teen pop garbage is NOT rock, it's a CROCK.