One of the few mainstream rock bands of the 21st century that shouldn't be slaughtered by The Interhamwe with machetes Bizimungu bought from China for only 10¢ each. The Hives are made up of Howlin' Pelle Almqvist (vocals), his brother Nicholaus Arson (Guitarist), Vigilante Carlstroem (Second Guitarist), Dr. Matt Destruction (Bassist), and Chris Dangerous (Percussion). The band claims they have a man named Randy Fitzsimmons who is they're discoverer\manager\ghostwriter. However, "Randy Fitzsimmons" has been revealed to be pseudonym belonging to Nicholaus, leading many people to believe that Mr. Fitzsimmons is nothing but a myth, and that Nick writes the songs. The band, of course, denies this. My question is: "If Randy is, in fact, a myth, why is he a myth? Why do The Hives insist on him being true??" The Hives were formed in 1993, in a small Swedish town named Fagersta (all the members are swedish). The band make Garage Rock Revival, Alternative Rock, and Garage Punk. Their album, Veni Vidi Vicious, is a pretty much remix of rock music from the 1960s, the song "Hate to say I told you so" is the reason they became known. I become very jovial whenever hearing the sweat sound of their music, a big fan, and believe that this will never change.
VIVA THE HIVES, SONS OF BITCHES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
An awesome and unique (my and many other people's opinions) comedy series on BBC 3 (or in The U.S., Adult Swim
). List of a few characters and their actors:
Julain Barrat: Howard Moon
Noel Fielding: Vince Noir
Michael Fielding: Naboo the Enigma
Dave Brown: Bollo
Rich Fulcher: Bob Fossil
Though this entire defintion many will think is poorly written, well sorry.
Alternative to what the lady or gentleman at the end of the wrote:
Person 1: Hey Bobby, did you watch the Mighty Boosh last night?
Person 2: It's a complete piece of unfunny shit, prove me wrong.
Person 1: Then prove that everyone who likes it is wrong and your opinion is the only one which truly matters.
A setting in the book and movie, A Clockwork Orange
. The Korovo Milk Bar couldn't afford its liquor license, so it sold narcottic spiked-milk, which was milk plus drencrom (adrenochrome), synthemesc (synthetic mescalines) or vellocet (opiate). "Korova" means cow in Russian
Agent Orange - "...The Korova Milk Bar couldn't afford its liquor license, so it sold milk plus drencrom or synthemesc...it would sharpen you up for a bit of the ol' ultra-violance" (by Cage Kennylz)
A state in the center of the Mid-West known for it's corn.
The people of Indiana, known as Hoosiers, are stereotyped as Hicks. However, most of us hoosiers act just like regular people (at least in central Indiana, I'm pretty sure you'll find some Hicks in Northern and Sounthern Indiana). We're very important for most of the country's popcorn comes from us, we have one of the world's best children hospital and we have an incredible art museum. Most people on Urban Dictionary say this but they insist that all the hicks are from Kentucky, those people are hypocrites for insisting that their stereotype is false by stereotyping another type of people.
I take pride in being from Indiana, I take pride in being a Hoosier.
It's literally c. 9 million other people's birthday too, but it's specifically Freddie's in my book.
On September 5 1946, Farokh Bulsara (Freddie Mercury) was brought into the world.
That character from the anime pokemon
Short for the name Ashley, which is devried from the surname which means ash tree clearing, also may directly be from the word ash. Also happens to be my name.
The name Ashley (or Ash) during the 1990's was the second most common name in the United States for girls, its popularity has declined and was the eighteenth most popular for girls in the U.S. as of 2008.
Mythology taken too seriously.
If you really think about it, any religion (be it Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, or Hinduism, etc.) are really just ancient mythological stories such as ancient Greek or Native American legends. Only thing is, people take it much too seriously leading to mass conflict with differing religions.