13 definitions by John Shin

Top Definition
one extremely underrated Boston University that has a reputation for cranking out millionaires, billionaires, jet set, Hollywood actors, media giants (eg. Howard Stern, Bill O'Reilly, Geena Davis, Carolyn Bisset, MLK, Jr., Rosie O'Donnell, Jason Alexander, etc.)that surpasses Boston College, is more marketable than Harvard University (job wise since Harvard grads are overqualified to begin with), second to only M.I.T. scholastically, is put down as a slacker, rich snobby stoner shithead school cos bastards who write shit on urbandicitonary are poor shitheads who have nothing better to do cos they are insecure, retarded shitheads who are poor and worthless. BU surpasses BC financially, research wise, academically, socially, has kick ass geniuses for faculty, boasts 4 Nobel Prize winners, has an a$$ kicking hockey team that cranks out future NHL players, and mind you, those eurotrash dudes in their Ferraris, Lamborghinis,Porsches, Mercedes, etc. are brilliant, elite studly man whores who probably bagged your girlfriend or wife and partied with you and all.

so cya, motherfuckers! ;) hehe!
Boston University is one of the choices for genius whiz kids who score a perfect 1600 in their SATs and turned down Harvard University, Yale University, or Princeton University. The only reason that it is lower ranked is that US News & World Report (the retarded version of Time Magazine for people who can't read above a 10th grade reading level, mind you) brainwashes everyone and are jealous of BU) and that the Ancient Eight (Ivy League schools) don't want tehir sorry stick-up-their-ass reps being blown by this one kick ass institution with a great a$$ social life.

if i had my way my first choice would be:

1) BU - genius, rich ass slackersand hottest, snobbiest chicks on the planet
2) M.I.T. - cool ass party genius geeks who party with BU students.
3) Harvard University - the best of the best and still the best of the best three and over centuries counting yet if ya don't get a job right after graduationg from Harvard, then something is sickly wrong! then ya shoulda went to BU or M.I.T.
by John Shin March 21, 2005
Bang Many Women / Banging Man Whore
I BMW and I drive a BMW, therefore I am the 'Ultimate Driving Machine' cos I hook up with tons of hot chicks.
by John Shin April 14, 2005
the prestigious elite university of Boston, Massachusetts.
I went to BU.

Isn't BC better?

no, man! what are you, stupid?

yes, yes I am!
by John Shin July 01, 2004
Boston University; nickname.
I went to BU as an undergrad.
by John Shin March 21, 2005
someone who is fucking brilliant, God-like, who is fucked up AND takes medication for his/her mind.
"There's no such thing as a genius who isn't fucked up."
by John Shin March 21, 2005
The art of Tang Soo Do is depicted as an Eternal Triangle in which the body, mind and spirit are interrelated. The concept of the eternal triangle is used to design classes that will simultaneously develop all aspects of the total person.

Literally translated, the word "TANG" means Tang Dynasty of China, which reflects the shared cultural background between China and Korea (617 -907AD). "SOO" means hand, but implies defensive strike. "DO" means way of life or art. Thus "TANG SOO DO" means the Korean classical martial art which was influenced by the Tang method of martial art.

The exact origin of Tang Soo Do (as well as any of the martial arts in general) is obscure, though there are a number of historical theories. However, the most credible and the traditional view is that martial arts originated not in any one country, but in almost all parts of the world as the were needed by primitive people. The ancient ancestral art of Korean Tang Soo Do can be traced back to the period if the three kingdoms. They are as follows;

Koguryo Founded in 37BC in Northern Korea
Silla Founded in 57BC in the S.East peninsula
Paekche Founded in 18BC in the S.West of the peninsula
After a long series of wars, the Silla Dynasty united the three kingdoms in 668 AD. Among the three kingdoms, the Silla Dynasty was the most famous for it's development of martial arts. A corps formed by young aristocrats who were called the "Hwa Hrang Do" was the major group who developed the art. Over the years, Tang Soo Do became very popular among the military and public societies. It had many names...Soo Bahk Do, Kwon Bop, Tae Kyun, etc. The first complete martial arts book written in 1790 AD, contained illustrations and substantiated the theory that "Soo Bahk Ki", the formal name for Tang Soo Do, had quickly developed into a sophisticated art of combat techniques.

The subsequent occupation of Korea by the Japanese military regime took place from 1909 to 1945. During this period, practicing and teaching martial arts was forbidden. After World War II, in 1945, this restriction was lifted and several martial arts schools were established.

These founders started their own organizations respectively, and Grand Master Hwang Kee organized the Korean Soo Bahk Do Association. Besides the Soo Bahk Do association's existence in Korea, there were various other martial arts, called Kong Sii or Tae Soo. In 1965, all the various systems were unified into one organization called the "Korean Tae Kwon Do Association, and the arts were called Tae Kwon Do uniformly. As a Korean national sport, Tae Kwon Do initiated a new era, and instructors were dispatched throughout the world and the international tournaments were held. It was during those days that Tang Soo Do and Tae Kwan Do divided. Tang Soo Do strives to remain a fully traditional art.
Tang Soo Do is the best Korean martial art.

Tae Kwan Do is more of a sport.
by John Shin June 06, 2005
the prestigious elite university of Boston.
I went to BU.

yeah? isn't BC better?

no, man! what are you? stupid?!
by John Shin July 01, 2004
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