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8 definitions by LukieInTheSky

 
1.
Probably one of the most ridiculous fads in the history of fads.
Silly Bandz are colourful rubber bands that have been shaped to resemble letters, objects, animals and even people or entire words.
Elementary, middle and even high schoolers, sometimes even college students or adults will be seen with dozens or even hundreds on their arms.
The obsession shared by many has been labeled as SBS, or Silly Band Syndrome, to which there is no cure. The ability to resist their colourful shapes and stretchyness is called SBR, or Silly Band Resistance.

Most people with any sense of individuality will refuse to wear Silly Bandz, while anyone else will become obsessed.
Karlie: "Look, I got some Silly Bandz!"
Lydia: "Those things are fucking ridiculous. Do you really not know how to separate yourself from the rest of the crowd?"
by LukieInTheSky June 18, 2010
 
2.
Original drummer of The Who.
Moon was born on August 23, 1946 in Middlesex.
He joined The Who in 1964. Gained the reputation of the best rock and roll drummer in musical history, along with a reputation for leading a destructive lifestyle with a lot of drugs and booze.
Commonly known as Moonie or Moon the Loon. Sometimes called the bell boy, because of his song Bell Boy in Quadrophenia.
Moon married his pregnant girlfriend Kim Kerrigan in 1966. His daughter Mandy was born on July 12, 1966.
Kerrigan left Moon in 1973, for the Faces keyboarder, Ian McLagan. Moon later began dating Annette Walter-Lax, and in 1975, Kerrigan and Moon divorced.
Keith Moon also recommended the name Led Zeppelin to Jimmy Page, who was about to name his band Mad Dog.
Moon died on September 7, 1978, at the age of 32. He died of an overdose of alcoholism-combating pills that he took with alcohol, the opposite of what he was supposed to do.
The Who stopped recording after Moon's death, but kept on touring with a replacement drummer.
There is no substitute for Keith Moon.

Keith Moon was an amazing drummer, and he was cute to boot.
by LukieInTheSky December 28, 2009
 
3.
1) A 1965 Beatles film, starring the Beatles, some foreign guys and a couple of scientists.

An Eastern cult tries to make a sacrifice, only realizing that the sacrificial ring is gone.
Of course, Mr. Starr is wearing it.
So some guys from this cult go after the Fab Four in attempt to retrieve the ring, which won't come off of Ringo's finger.
Some scientists find this rather interesting and now want the ring for themselves.
At the intermission, Paul and George throw darts at the camera and John bobs Ringo up and down like a yo-yo.
Then the mop-tops keep on running, finding themselves in multiple well known areas until they end up at a beach.
When they finally catch Ringo and are painting him the sacrificial red, the ring falls off.

2) A 1965 Beatles album, setlist consisting of:
Side one-
Help!
The Night Before
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
I Need You
Another Girl
You're Going To Lose That Girl
Ticket to Ride

Side two-
Act Naturally
It's Only Love
You Like Me Too Much
Tell Me What You See
I've Just Seen A Face
Yesterday
Dizzy Miss Lizzy

3) 1965 Beatles song, found on the album Help!
1) Have you seen Help!? The plot is totally jacked up, but it's still hilarious.

2) Not doing much, listening to Help!

3) Now playing: Help!
by LukieInTheSky January 20, 2010
 
4.
A way of emphasizing just how gone something is.
Typically used when something disappears with no trace of where it went whatsoever.

Derived from the Who's lead vocalist, Roger Daltrey, and how in the later years of the band, his shirt would just...poof. It's gone.
"Moooom, my tablet pen is gone!"
"No it's not."
"Yes it is! It's gone like...like...it's gone like Roger Daltrey's shirt!"
by LukieInTheSky February 22, 2010
 
5.
When spending too much time online, some people will forget the 'e' in 'flicker' or any other word ending with 'er'
John was having a hard time curing his flickr syndrome.
by LukieInTheSky March 06, 2010
 
6.
1) The most influential thing ever written while high.

2) An extremely popular Beatles album.
My favorite Beatles album is Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
by LukieInTheSky December 11, 2009
 
7.
Amazing city, typically wrongly defined by stereotypes. It has it's pros, and it's cons, but it's never as bad as people say.
Place where anyone in Michigan claims to be from. You can ask someone from Kalamazoo or Cheboygan where they're from, and they'll say Detroit.
Detroit has a bad rep, thanks to stereotypes.
by LukieInTheSky April 01, 2010