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19 definitions by New World Man

 
8.
a bullshit declaration that some high school students are forced to sign by their goody goody two shoes parents that says that they won't use alcohol or drugs during prom night. Ah-ha-ha-hahahahahahahahah!
Prom Promise is an idea spawned by extreme MADD-types, Tipper Gore-types and soccer moms. If you resort to having your kids make such chicken shit pledges like that then you don't really trust them and you ain't raising them up in a good way. If you've done your max to rear them right then you have to let them loose.

1. "...he's got to make his own mistakes..."
RUSH
New World Man

2. the little birdie has to fly sometime.
by New World Man January 14, 2009
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9.
a term used by Muslims to describe adherents of other faiths who worship the same God as they do. Specifically this means people of monotheistic beliefs like Christianity and Judaism.
The Quran says that Christians and Jews are to be respected being that they are people of the book because all three religions share the same deity and the same Abrahamic traditions, such as the Ten Commandments.
by New World Man January 19, 2009
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10.
Fascism has appeared in many nations over the past 80-odd years. Look up the histories of Germany, Italy, Japan, Brazil, Spain, Zaire, South Africa, Greece and other countries that have had fascist governments or do today.
Quote:

When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross.
- Sinclair Lewis

From the CD liner notes booklet of the 2008 album "Accelerate" by R.E.M.
by New World Man January 28, 2009
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11.
a catchphrase in the 80s stated by Steve Jones that says it all. He nearly died from drug abuse and he's seen others die from it too. He ain't saying it because "someone told him to". Experience is the best teacher.
In the 80s there were ads on TV featuring rock stars doing anti-drug announcements. It was called Rock Against Drugs (RAD).

Genesis stated that "drugs are a no win situation so please don't it" while their hit "Throwing It All Away" plays in the background.

Another example: Jon Bon Jovi says, "I was given this script to read to you. Drugs are not a part of this workplace. Drugs are bad 4 U ... blah blah blah. Any questions?" Yeah Jon: how much moolah did you get to "read this script to us?"

Steve Jones is tightening a hex nut on his motorcycle. Then he gets up and says, "Hi. I'm Steve Jones. I used to play guitar in a band called the Sex Pistols. A good friend of mine in that band - Sid Vicious- died from drugs. I nearly died from drugs." Then he looks directly at the video camera and says "Drugs suck". He had a song on his 1986 album "Mercy" by that name. Later on New Kids on the Block members wore that slogan on T-shirts because it so "cool" and fashionable and "hip". Soon after that there were shirts that said "New Kids Suck". That they do!

Take it from people who've been there and survived it. There's a lot of things that suck today, including drugs.
by New World Man January 14, 2009
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12.
the home state of one of the greatest troubadours of rock'n'roll - Bruce Springsteen!

Also the state name is the name of a 1988 Bon Jovi album.
The first time I ever saw the Atlantic Ocean (and waded in it) was at Seaside Heights, New Jersey. I was 15 years old at the time.
by New World Man January 14, 2009
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13.
1. a nicer amusing synonym used in place of the word "fuck". Also spelled as "fu-fu". Also see the Italian use of the word "fig".

2. an adjective meaning "strange", "weird" or "crazy".
1. In college I bought a T-shirt from the student Islamic association that protested the ethnic cleansing going on in Bosnia. I wore it at a bash and a guy I thought was my friend and his wife asked why I was wearing that shirt because the genocide victims "weren't Christian". I replied that the first Holocaust took the lives of 6 million Jews (also not Christians) and in addition 5 million people of OTHER categories also were killed. I told them that I don't give a flying foo-foo who the Yugoslavia victims are. I said I don't care if it's Buddhists being exterminated. I don't care if atheists are being slaughtered. I said when a category of people are being raped, forcibly driven out, and penned up in death camps to be offed then the "Christian thing to do" is to raise awareness, protest it and stop it. If we just stand and stare then the next victims could be US.
They just looked at me with a stare like 2 cows watching a passing train.

2. Mojo Nixon, along with Skip Roper sang "I Don't Want No Foo-Foo Haircut on My Head".
by New World Man March 16, 2009
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14.
PC
Hey everybody, you forget one important definition. "PC" are the initials for the talented singer/musician/multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/producer/actor/comedian Phil Collins.
1. On Phil's solo albums he often refers to himself in the credit list/liner notes as "PC". For instance in the "No Jacket Required" liner notes he writes stuff like:

PC - Drums, Linn Drum Machine, bass, Oberheim OB-X, vocals

and so on.

2. At the Genesis concert:

Sonny: Look at Phil on the drums!

Rico: I'm surprised PC hasn't developed Popeye arms yet! Wow!

3. PC's first movie role was just as a face in the crowd in "A Hard Day's Night" (yes, the Beatles flick). He's been on TV and he played a major role as a very notorious mail train robber in UK history in the 1988 film "Buster". It's based on an actual event that happened around 1963, but PC's comedic charm serves him well too. It's got his splendid version of "We Got a Groovy Kind of Love" and his own Motown- influenced hit "Two Hearts". Both songs rocketed to #1 in America and elsewhere. Well worth checking out, PC and his talents really shine.

4. PC has also appeared on several other people's albums, too numerous to list here. On "Both Sides" he does everything himself - all singing, instruments,production, etc. He's also done work on the "Tarzan" soundtrack (PC - WHY did you work with fucking N'SYNC on that one? Who spiked your drink? Bleeeccch!). Also check out some Genesis and Brand X albums.

5. It was early July and I saw the musical guest PC play "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes on the Late Night show. After a commercial break Dave Letterman announced that the show was done - "that's all we have time for today and we'll see you Monday - no wait! We'll be back on Tuesday, Monday is American Independence Day". He looked at PC and said, "I guess that day doesn't mean anything to you, does it?". Phil just quipped, "It's just another Monday". Uh-huh.
by New World Man April 08, 2009
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