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5 definitions by RuleNo2

 
1.
A mock frat house that aims to screw the rules, piss-off deans, and defy the laws of originality at every turn.

Robot House is not an organization, it is a state of mind - aimed at taking back the freedom and fun from every dictator without a sense of humour.
"Whenever a fire alarm is pulled, it's Robot House. Whenever the campus liquor store is looted, Robot House. Every time a human corpse is desecrated—"
"-uh, I can explain that-"
"That's enough out of you! From this day forth, Robot House is on dodeca-tuple secret probation!"
by RuleNo2 June 10, 2008
 
2.
"Latoya Jackson, children!"
Kids: Chef, what's the black death?
Chef: Latoya Jackson, children!
by RuleNo2 June 15, 2008
 
3.
While indie is about liking bands that aren't well-known / don't conform to genres / aren't popular, post indie is about liking bands, regardless of how popular they are.

Perhaps not on purpose, indie kids tend to scorn popular music, and measure indie cred based on how unknown their favorite artists are. You can't be considered "indie" if you mostly listen to popular music, even if you genuinely like the music for your own reasons, and don't care about other people's opinions of it (which was supposed to be the point of indie).

Post indie comes after indie, and fixes this problem. Post indie cares neither positively nor negatively about the popularity of music. It is indifferent. If you listen to music because you genuinely like it, and not because you are conforming to any group or genre, then you're post indie.
Indie Kid: Yeah, I used to like Coldplay, but then they got too mainstream, and I couldn't stand them anymore.
Post Indie Kid: Soo... you say other people's opinions of music don't matter to you, but you don't like a band because other people like it..? Does that make you lonely?
Indie Kid: ...Sometimes...
by RuleNo2 June 13, 2008
 
4.
A group of people with supposedly bottomless pockets and hearts, who have nothing better to do than use their money to support and influence tv shows to do what they want more than what the general public (via ratings) wants.
Derived from, but not necessarily referring to, PBS.
"Why is this crap still on tv? Aren't the only people who watch this those crazy people who obsess over it and donate all their money to keep it on the air?"
"This Broadcast is Made Possible by Viewers Like You."
"oh."
by RuleNo2 June 10, 2008
 
5.
One who is obsessed with drama. Particularly one who watches tv and enjoys dramatic situations more than happy ones. Similar to soap-opera-lover, except restricted to shows that don't suck.
"I hate it when characters die in shows. Don't you?"
"Not really. It'd be way too boring if everyone lived. I say kill 'em!"
"Well aren't you a sick bastard."
"Yep, I'm a dramaphile."
by RuleNo2 June 09, 2008