3 definitions by JK Grence

A small, affordable, sporty automobile. Common examples include the Mazda Miata, Chrysler PT Cruiser and Ford Mustang; in especially affluent neighborhoods, the Audi TT roadster and BMW Z3 Coupe are popular selections. The typical driver of a Daddy Bought It Mobile will be under 20 years old, female, with bleached blonde hair. As one can expect from the phrase, the driver of the car is rarely, if ever, the buyer. The buyer is the driver's father, an aging yuppie who only wants the best for his daughter (and has spoiled her completely rotten in the process). The Daddy Bought It Mobile is easily confused with the Mid-Life Crisis Mobile; the easiest way to tell the two cars apart is that the Daddy Bought It Mobile will likely have something shiny dangling from the rear-view mirror (Mardi Gras beads are the prevalent choice).
Dude, look at Stephanie driving her new Daddy Bought It Mobile. I know she's trying to look cool, but she's been a total prick ever since she got it.
by JK Grence May 24, 2005
(mid lIf 'krI-s&s 'mo-"bEl)
abbr. MLCM

A Mid-Life Crisis Mobile is traditionally a small, sporty automobile, and most often convertible. Common examples of such an automobile are the Mazda Miata, the Lexus SC430, the Chevrolet SSR, and any of a large number of Italian cars that cost as much as a house. The archetypical owner of a Mid-Life Crisis Mobile is male, 37-50 years old, has hair that is thinning or graying (or both). If there is a passenger, there are two possibilities; a female approximately the same age as the driver (the driver's original wife), or a female in her early to mid 20s with bleached hair and enhanced cleavage (either the driver's mistress or new trophy wife).

Compare to Daddy Bought It Mobile
"Hey Brent, did your dad just get a convertible Mustang? That car is such an MLCM. What's next, fake boobs on your mom?"
by JK Grence May 24, 2005
Onomatopoeia for the widely used electronic music backbeat of alternating bass drum and hi-hat.
I loved that song, but do you think the DJ is going to ever use anything but oontsa-oontsa to fill in the background?
by JK Grence July 03, 2005

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