Obsessive Compulsive Green Day Disorder.
A silly word/acronym that teenagers concocted around the era of Green Day's album American Idiot. Many will claim this word is older, but most of them were either young teens when American Idiot debuted, or they're young teens now who are more familiar with 21st Century Breakdown. They tend who exhibit behavior that suggests they merely wish to aggrandize their level of dedication to the band as fans and their credibility as such.
The word is actually quite new, and it is also indicative of the attitudes of people who are peculiar enough to proudly say they have this fictitious disorder. In short, they're very young, they're "new" as fans and they therefore care too much about proving that they are fans, they wish they had tenure so they substitute it with obsessive, fanatical stances, and most of them will move on to the next popular and/or revitalized band as they age and follow the changing trends.
Wow, that 16-year old who was barely even alive when Dookie was taking the music world by storm is claiming she has OCGDD just because her slightly older sister got her into American Idiot and now she has 21st Century Breakdown, buys tons of GD stuff at hot topic, and has her parents drive her to their concerts.
A city in Michigan that, much like Detroit, is overly stereotyped by the ignorant, spiteful, and spitefully ignorant.
As with Detroit, Flint is not home to only poor, welfare-seeking blacks who dropped out of high school. The economy is lacking, GM has done considerable damage, jobs are scarce, and many store buildings are abandoned, but it has a few pockets of high-income residents and educated individuals. Not all of it is "ghetto," and some of it is very middle class or even upper-middle class.
It is also something of a college town, being home to the likes of Kettering University (graduates from which have been known to go on to the like of MIT and Stanford), U of M - Flint, Baker Business College, and Mott CC, one of the best community colleges in the state.
"Is Flint, MI really as bad as all the delapidated imagery in the Michael Moore movies?"
"Of course not. The suburbs on the west side near Grand Blanc and Swartz Creek are nice. My uncle lives in a Mansion across Miller road."