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6 definitions by Raibean

 
1.
In pagan religions and systems, a spirit animal or totem is meant to be a representation of the traits and skills that you are supposed to learn or have. Online, saying something or someone is your spirit animal is a statement that said person or thing is a representation of you or what you want to be.
Friend 1: "Did you see Misfits last night?"
Friend 2: "YES. Nathan Young is my spirit animal."
by Raibean December 26, 2010
 
2.
A website that is technological proof that:
Harry Potter will never end
JK Rowling doesn't even need to announce another book to make millions of fans foam at the mouth and cry in anticipation of something
Pink can actually be a lovely color
Pottermore: Coming Soon

pottermore.com
by Raibean June 15, 2011
 
3.
A term meaning something that is free and unanswering to authority or being searched for, especially a criminal.
There are three suspects at large involved in the recent homicide case.
by Raibean August 03, 2010
 
4.
It's Spanish, short for "Yo me reí en la voz alta," a literal translation of "I lol'd." This gets shortened to "Me reí voz alta."
Jim: Check out this picture of a clown and a cat. *sends link*
Suzy: MRVA
Jim: wat
by Raibean October 24, 2010
 
5.
St. Fuck is a shortening of "STFUConservatives" deriving from the initials: ST FUC. STFUConservatives is a blog on tumblr. It can be used to refer to the mods of the blog or to the blog in general.
Hey, St. Fuck, have you seen this article?

Blogged about it two hours ago, and it made me RAGE.
by Raibean July 24, 2011
 
6.
PDD
PDD or "Privilege Denying Dude," an internet meme used to make fun of privilege deniers or people who fail to understand privilege or examples of privilege, like rape culture or dysphoria.

In this case, "privilege" is defined as a set of advantages given to groups considered the majority within society. (In the US, some examples are white privilege, male privilege, straight privilege, cisgender privilege, able-bodied privilege, and neurotypical privilege.) Someone who denies privilege usually fails to understand it, feels guilt or anger towards its existence, thinks that it refutes their accomplishments, or blames its existence on the unprivileged group.
The one good thing I'm getting out of this conversation is that I can probably get it put on the PDD blog.
by Raibean July 24, 2011