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7 definitions by RoboTribble

 
1.
The sexiest human ever to live. Lead singer of Queen, died in 1991 of AIDS. Voice like a God, body like a model. A skinny model. <3
Personally, I believe Freddie Mercury had the sexiest male voice ever, and I'd like to make love to him for extended amounts of time, were he still living. -swoon-
by RoboTribble February 28, 2006
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Best. Band. EVER. Consists of the amazing Freddie Mercury (Vocalist) , Roger Taylor (Drummer) , Brian May (Guitarist) , and John Deacon (Bassist). They sing many fot he songs that everybody knows, such as 'We Will Rock You', 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'We Are The Champions', and many more, which are all good.
Me: Dude, I just got a Queen DVD: 'We Will Rock You', it's called. A live concert. It's dazzling! So lovely, I cried.
Friend: Wait... You cried? xDD
Me: Stfu, fool. ; ;
by RoboTribble February 28, 2006
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Blues Brothers is a movie produced in 1978, starring Dan Aykroyd, and John Belushi. Including the musical talents of many legends, including James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Cab Calloway, and Ray Charles, it is a comedy, and also includes one of the best car chases in history. It was the first movie to actually destroy a shopping mall, and the first to film on location in the City of Chicago.

The Blues Brothers themselves are two brothers, "Joliet" Jake and Elwood, who scour the city of Chicago, reuniting their band members, to raise money for the orphanage in which the two grew up. Jake is also being relentlessly pursued by his enurotic and sociopathic ex-fiancee, played by Carrie Fisher ((AKA Princess Leia)). Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, who portray the two brothers, do all their own singing and dancing. Dan Aykroyd designed the Bluesmobile.
I was watching the Blues Brothers last night, because it's so darn kewl.
"We're on a mission from God."
by RoboTribble April 26, 2006
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4.
The German word for Jewish person, pronounced Yoo-din. When used in the correct context, it can be made to sound quite funny, even though it's not really supposed to be.
Bananaman: -points- Juden Juuuden! Juuuden!
Angry Tourist: What's wrong with you? That's insulting!
Bananaman: -sigh- You just have to like Jew Jokes, I guess.
by RoboTribble April 26, 2006
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5.
Jake Blues, the elder of the two Blues Brothers, was imprisioned for five years, for holding up a gas station to cover the band's room service tab in a gig in Tijuana. He was released on parole after three years, for good behaviour, and was picked up by his brother, Elwood. After a fully religious experience, he decided to put the band back together, to raise money, and to pay the taxes on the orphanage in which he and Elwood grew up. He was played by John Belushi, who died before Blues brothers 2000 came out.
"Sell me your children!"
"Bring me four fried chickens, and a Coke."
"The BAAAND!"
"You traded the Bluesmobile for a MICROPHONE? ... I can see that."

Holy crap, "Joliet" Jake Blues did all his own dancing.
by RoboTribble April 26, 2006
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The Younger of the Two Blues Brothers, he was played by Dan Aykroyd in the movies Blues Brothers and Blues Brothers 2000. Elwood is a motorhead, and sold the original Bluesmobile ((A Cadillac)) for a microphone. He then bought the new Bluesmobile, a 1940s Police Car, in an auction, and, by parking it in a
"I'd like some dry white toast, please."
"Our lady of blessed acceleration, don't fail me now!"
"It's A hundred and six miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses."
"You can't LIE to a nun."

Elwood Blues dances like the cokiest queer in the village. <3
by RoboTribble April 26, 2006
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The Bluesmobile is the car driven by the Blues Brothers in the movie of the same title. Originally a Cadillac, Elwood traded this for a microphone, and bought a 1940s police car from a police auction. He kept it in a transformer shed, which endowed it with special powers, as in the ability to flip over Nazis, and to never, ever, ever run out of gas.
I want to go for a ride with Elwood in the Bluesmobile, if you know what I mean.
by RoboTribble April 26, 2006
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