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7 definitions by Mister Skin

 
1.
Media personality and creative force behind The Howard Stern Show. Innovative and ingenious, Stern's quick wit and seemingly fearless approach to everything that strikes him has resulted in a most charismatic and enigmatic entertainer. Responsible for numerous pop culture concepts such as American Idol, Street Sense to name a few.
While deeply constricted in his efforts to entertain as of late, Stern's show has become the new Mecca for comedians. Successful appearances can almost guarantee success to the comedian, where unsuccessful ones (See Jackie Martling) can virtually end a career.
Not applicable, as it is a person's name.
by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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2.
Nickname of Howard Stern Show producer Gary Dell’ Abate. Coined after referring to an animation cell in his collection called "Babalouie". It has become the catchphrase of the show, and has many variances such as "Tatatoothy" in reference to his abnormally large teeth, "Flaflafloley", and "Mamamonkey" due to his vague resemblance to a primate.
Although often maligned, Dell’ Abate has distinguished himself as a talented and gifted producer and an integral part of the iconic show.
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by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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A founding member and Newswoman of The Howard Stern Show, Quivers is often recognized as the force that keeps the show from completely derailing.
While being the target of the more feeble-minded members of the audience, Quivers provides a unique perspective to the male-dominated topics and guests of the show. She has become a more open and valuable part of the on-air team since the departures of Jackie Martling and Stuttering John. She is currently developing a Povich-esque talk show with Sony Entertainment.
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A proper name.
by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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4.
The remarkably talented sound effects genius behind The Howard Stern Show, Norris provides absolutely hilarious sound effects throughout the show's interview segments in lieu of actually verbalizing. Many times, Norris is not heard from for the entire show.
"The King of Mars" is easily the most enigmatic members of the show... his real name is Eric yet nobody knew.
"Hey buddy! How are you?"
"..."
"Are you still there?"
"..."
"Thanks for the input, Fred."
by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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5.
A.K.A. "The Jokeman", Jackie Martling enjoyed a great deal of fame and fortune as a member and Head writer of The Howard Stern Show. Martling was notorious for his obnoxious laugh and internal squabbling with fellow cast members Robin Quivers and Fred Norris.
In a shocking simultaneous display of greed and arrogance, Martling staged his own personal labour strike and refused to show up for work. This unfortunately backfired, as the substitutes filling in for him brought an energy to the show that had been long missed. As a result, Martling was released and now can be found on various Long Island beaches selling his "jokeman" memorabilia.
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by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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6.
A ground-breaking comedy/variety show created by Howard Stern and featuring the talents of Fred Norris, Robin Quivers, Gary "Bababooey" Dell' Abate and Artie Lang. The show is inspired and inventive, providing a minimum of 4 hours of fresh, witty entertainment 5 days a week. Though largely overlooked when rating "funny shows" or "funniest comedians", The Howard Stern Show, and Stern himself produce the equivalent of 4 HBO comedy specials a day, without the benefit of a year's prep time, or an HBO budget. The show has produced such characters as Crackhead Bob, Beetlejuice, High Pitch Eric, Wendy the Retard, Gary the Retard, and many others.
It is today what The Tonight Show used to be, for young comics in that if you do well, you will have a successful career. The characters and bits that the show is responsible for, either directly or indirectly, are endless. Although many politicians and media outlets like to dismiss the show's humour as puerile and irrelevant, the scope whereby pop culture and the radio broadcasting industry itself make the show, and the man, truly genius.
"Dude, I had to pull over on the way to work this morning."
"Why?"
"The Howard Stern Show... I was laughing so hard, I was crying!"
by Mister Skin July 26, 2005
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7.
A derogatory term used to describe unemployed Portuguese individuals. Recently adapted to include individuals of many ethnicities, although favoured to refer to Afro-Americans due to the "Monkey" reference.
The original reference was to infer that these individuals would hang around areas, swinging aimlessly like a monkey.
"When are those Porch Monkeys on 5th street going to get a job?"

"If those Porch Monkeys talk to my girl again, I'm gonna roll on them."
by Mister Skin July 22, 2005
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