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5 definitions by SDMF

 
1.
Variation of the word rad. Since in certain situations rad can be used to refer to something good or something bad, words were needed to differentiate between the two. It is what most people understand rad to be. It is the opposite of "bradley".
Something that is rad in a good way (ie. good-rad).
Guy1: Dude, after everyone left she totally relaxed and got close. Was right in next to me with her head on my shoulder.
Guy2: That's grady dude, she's cool.
by SDMF August 24, 2006
 
2.
Variation of the word rad. Since in certain situations rad can be used to refer to something good or something bad, words were needed to differentiate between the two. "Grady" originally started out as "grad" (as it meant rad in a good way, ie. good-rad), but evolved into "grady".
Guy1: Dude, after everyone left she totally relaxed and got close. Was right in next to me with her head on my shoulder.
Guy2: That's grady dude, she's cool.
by SDMF August 25, 2006
 
3.
Also known as "metal horns" or simply "horns" (inaccurately referred to as the "rock on").

Old world hand gesture (a clenched fist with the index and pinkie fingers extended) used to protect onself from the "evil eye" or to project the "evil eye" onto someone else.

Popularized in the 1980's by Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Dio) while on tour with Black Sabbath in support of their Heaven and Hell album.

A hand gesture that is frequently misused when displayed at concerts that do not fit into the metal genre (or any of it's many sub-genres).
Throwing up the mano cornuto for Simple Plan? Unexceptable.
Throwing up the mano cornuto for Alexisonfire? Unexceptable.
Throwing up the mano cornuto for Nickelback? Unexceptable.

Throwing up the mano cornuto for Pantera? Mandatory.
by SDMF August 10, 2006
 
4.
Variation of the word rad. Since in certain situations rad can be used to refer to something good or something bad, words were needed to differentiate between the two. "Bradley" originally started out as "brad" (as it meant rad in a bad way, ie. bad-rad), but evolved into "bradley".
Guy1: You know those girls from the beach? ____ thinks your hot.
Guy2: That's bradley. Her cousin was hot, why can't she be into me instead?
by SDMF August 24, 2006
 
5.
Variation of the word rad. Since in certain situations rad can be used to refer to something good or something bad, words were needed to differentiate between the two. "Bradley" originally started out as "brad" (as it meant rad in a bad way, ie. bad-rad), but evolved into "bradley".
Guy1: You know those girls from the beach? ____ thinks your hot.
Guy2: Dude, that's bradley. Why can't her cousin be into me instead? She was hot.
by SDMF August 25, 2006