17 definitions by Saturn's problem child

The misunderstood girl from Stephen King's famous novel "Carrie." She was a girl who was a bit emo; she was always sad or angry, and she kept to herself most of the time. Everyone picked on her, and her mother, Margaret was a holy freak.

But what they didn't know was that Carrie possessed an extraordinary power: telekinesis, which is the supposed ability to move or cause changes in objects simply by force of the mind. And so it came to a head at Prom Night, when the dirtiest trick ever was pulled on her.

She and her date, Tommy Ross, ended up being Prom King and Queen. When they went up to the stage, Carrie's archenemy, Christine Hargenson, dumped a bucket of blood on them. The party came to a screeching halt, as she believed everyone was laughing at her, until finally, she grew so angry, that she unleashed the fury of her powers upon the school. After which she unleashed them on the entire town and proceeded to kill her mother. But her mother fatally stabbed her, but afterwards Carrie killed her, and lived surprisingly long after being wounded, but eventually bled to death.
Carrie White is burning for her sins.
Jesus never fails.

-Carrie (the novel)
by Saturn's Problem Child February 18, 2008
Eddie Guerrero was one of the greatest wrestlers in the WWE. He'd make you laugh, cry, piss your pants, want to kill him at times, lol. Whether you loved him or hated him, you had to respect him for living the crazy life of lying, cheating, and stealing.

Then came that fateful day in 2005, when his past steroid usage caught up to him and took his life away. So sad, :'-(

Eddie Guerrero will be missed by all of the WWE Superstars, and by all of us, his fans, his family.

R.I.P. Eddie Guerrero 1967-2005


I can't believe Eddie Guerrero died yesterday!

I know, that is SO fucked up!

He still had so far to go, and it was taken away from him just like that!

by Saturn's Problem Child February 17, 2008
"The Sailor Scout of Destruction" from the Super Sailor Moon series. She posessed powers capable of destroying a planet and was the owner of a scepter called the Silence Glaive. However, she had to be careful. If she ever used her powers to their ultimate extent, meaning to kill and destroy, she would die as well. She also was one of two creatures living inside the innocent Hotaru Tomoh.
Even though Sailor Moon is the leader of the group, Sailor Saturn carries the ultimate power of death.
by Saturn's Problem Child February 06, 2008
Second movement in Gustav Holst's famous suite "The Planets" entitled "Venus, the Bringer of Peace." Perhaps the most beautiful of the seven, with violin, cello, and french horn solos.
"Venus, the Bringer of Peace," second movement of "The Planets." Depicts the sheer beauty of the goddess.
by Saturn's problem child January 30, 2008
Fifth movement in Holst's "The Planets" entitled "Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age." This, in fact, was Holst's favorite movement. The longest movement in the suite, lasting about 9 1/2 minutes.
The best movement of "The Planets" is Saturn.
by Saturn's problem child January 30, 2008
The giant scepter carried by Sailor Saturn in the "Sailor Moon" series.
Silence Glaive Surprise!

(Everything's destroyed)
by Saturn's Problem Child March 03, 2008
The most hardcore weapon around today! You wear them over your knuckles not only to protect them, but to SERIOUSLY fuck your opponent up!

Warning: There is a differrence between regular fighting and extreme brute-force fighting. Brass knuckles should ONLY be used in extreme brute-force fighting!
Billy: So what did you do to that guy that tried to rape your girlfriend?

Brett: Dude, I got two pairs of brass knuckles. I put both of them on and totally unleashed upon him!

Billy: DAMN! I bet that really fucked him up!

Brett: I wouldn't be surprised if he was dead by now!
by Saturn's Problem Child April 17, 2008

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