24 definitions by Persephone~

By far the hardest role in theatre. You have these confusing dances, insane upper/lower extremes, freaky costumes, frequent costume changes, and worst of all, you aren't even mentioned in the programs.
I've been a chorus girl for six years, so I know what I'm talking about.
Hmm, in this scene, I have to do seven spins and a kick (on pointe), then here comes my own little aria of four E6's, two F2's and then another E6, all while wearing six-inch heels, a hoopskirt, a three-foot-tall wig and a corset. Oh, now I have a costume change. I now have three minutes to put on a curly wig, undo my corset, slip on an ankle-length dress two sizes too small, try to get out of these size-five heels when I'm really a size eight, and tug on some ballet slippers for the next scene. All while doing that, I hope I haven't smudged my makeup job, or my boss will kill me.
I hate being a chorus girl.
by Persephone~ July 19, 2009
The second lowest female voice.
Some women are ashamed of being an alto. There's nothing wrong with it. You can just go a little lower than the rest of the chorus.
There's also rumor going about that sopranos are overly happy bubbleheads. That's true for some, but most of them are kind, down-to-earth individuals who can go just a bit higher than the rest of the chorus. You might think I'm supporting sopranos because I am one, but I'm a fair judge, because I'm both. Not mezzo, both. There's a big difference. I have all the soprano notes, and all the alto notes, and a few bass notes ;)
So, to sum it up: Being an alto is something to be proud of.
Alto: *blasts out G1*
Soprano: Wow, I can't believe you can hit that so easily and confidently. I wish I was an alto.
by Persephone~ June 06, 2009
Something Homer Simpson says when he's done something wrong.
Flanders: Okely-diddly-dokely
Simpson: D'oh!
by Persephone~ December 26, 2008
guy: Whatcha up to?
girl: Shut up! I'm listening to Throwing Copper
by Persephone~ December 24, 2008
A place where people used to go to learn slang terms, but now just a place where teens with no life go to use as a burn book.
Stupid teenagers keep putting nonsense on Urban Dictionary...
Persephone's Uncle, those losers.
by Persephone~ January 15, 2009
Most of you have it wrong.
Republicans and Democrats first apeeared (or at least as I know of) during the American Civil War, when Democrats were anti-Abolitionists (wanted slavery) and Republicans were Abolitionists (didn't want slavery). Abraham Lincoln was a Republican. Since those times, Democratic and Republican qualities almost switched.
Reference: The June 1832 Riots.

Now for some of the more modern content you probably came here for:

~It's not that we're against freedom of religion, it's just that Christianity is the most common religion of the Republicans.

~The reason we want healthcare cuts is that, prepare yourself, THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS MONEY! I admit, not the best place in the world to cut money from, but there you have it.

~We are against abortion because it's cruel and inhumane. Now, if we're in the case of a pregnant rape victim, there's always adoption! We don't need to kill the baby! If we're in the case of a tubal pregnancy, then it would be reasonable, since it would kill both the mother and child if carried to term.

~We think that countries should be able to take care of themselves without the use of foreign aid. But we know that isn't possible at this point in time.
I hope this definition has helped you learn that Republicans aren't your enemy.
by Persephone~ May 12, 2009
Main villain in Les Miserables. Once said to have raped little Cosette, but that was proven TRUE. (JK!~)
I feel so sorry for Cosette, I'll bet Thenardier was fat XD.
by Persephone~ February 16, 2009
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