91 definitions by Rodney Basil

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Human beings who are unsure whether they are adolescents or adults.
Teenagers annoy me despite the fact that I am one.
by Rodney Basil August 19, 2004
Very simple device, used to hold unstable food.
Pass the chili bowl, please.
by Rodney Basil September 27, 2003
School usually for children ages 5-11. Teaches the basics of all subjects.
I went to elementary school a long time ago.

It ruled.
by Rodney Basil November 06, 2003
esp
Extra-Sensory-Perception. Often referred to as "The sixth Sense". Often used in conversation when one makes a lucky guess as to what someone is about to say.
M.C. Hammer: I want to-

Patrick Surtain: SLEEP!

M.C. Hammer: Hey! I was just going to say that!

Patrick Surtain: I must have ESP!
by Rodney Basil November 02, 2003
Attatched to sweatshirts...Often pulled over the head when the weather is cold or rainy.
Put your hood on, Little Timmy, it's cold outside.
by Rodney Basil September 27, 2003
Art with no defined meaning. Its purpose is to let the viewer interpret its meaning for him/herself. More often than not, abstract art is a collection of meaningless shapes and colors thrown onto a canvas. The intellectual art community, however, looks at this and calls the author a genius, promptly shelling out tons of money to buy a mess that could have been accidentally created by a two year old.
If you can't draw or paint but still want to earn millions of dollars as an artist, don't worry: Abstract art is for you!
by Rodney Basil August 21, 2004
There is a difference between geeks and nerds.

Nerds are smart, people who lack much of a social life. They often have very few friends. Nerds don't talk much, and don't expect others to talk much to them. They are usually nice people, but don't have the social skills to go out and meet new friends.

Geeks are different from nerds in the fact that they have social lives. However, these social lives are often spent pursuing some passion that the geek is obsessed with (i.e. Yu-Gi-Oh!). They spend all their time thinking about their one obsession, and play it in all of their free time. Geeks are usually only friends with other geeks, and attempts to converse with geeks is futile, unless, of course, you want to talk about Star Trek or whatever the certain geek is obsessed with.

Examples of geek obsessions are Star Trek, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magic the Gathering, StarCraft, and basically any other RPG.
Nerds are often very shy, while geeks are more outgoing.

Nerds spend most of their free time studying, while geeks make free time so they can play Dungeons and Dragons.

Nerds care what others think of them, but geeks are almost oblivious to the existence of those outside of their geek clan.

Based on all this, I would have to conclude that it is easier to befriend a nerd than a geek, but a geek would probably be a more interesting person.
by Rodney Basil April 30, 2004
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