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7 definitions by SeanMurface

 
1.
A stand-up comedian who has become popular as of late. Known for his wild stories and eccentric manner. He is one of the newest comics on the rise. He has released two CD's, "Retaliation" and "Harmful If Swallowed." Has also appeared on numerous TV shows and had a minor roll in the movie "Waiting."
That Dane Cook is a silly bitch.
by SeanMurface April 10, 2006
 
2.
Chip created in the early 1990's? that allows parents to control TV channels viewed by their children. Yet utterly found useless for the fact that most adults are ignorant when it comes to new technologies such as computers and anything digital and were unable to use them.
His mom bought a V-Chip for the TV but doesn't know how to use it.
by SeanMurface April 08, 2006
 
3.
1. An oxymoron.
2. A genre of music created by teens who wanted to play rock n' roll and still be considered good kids. Urged on by churches, parents, and the man, this genre has grown in recent years. The title, Christian Rock is false for the fact that rock is made up of drugs, sex, and rock n' roll, while the actual music contains little or none of these. Christian Rock tends to contained watered down and weak instrumentals, centering around lyrics. Comparable to soft rock. With few exceptions, such as Switchfoot and POD, Christian Rock has been and always will be a weak, lame stepchild of Rock. This is a shame because Christian music could be great, and yet it is crap. For any people who love true rock such as myself, and have good taste in music will not even listen to this weak crap. Being Christian doesn't mean you have to listen to that worthless shit.
Bob:Hi! Do you like Christian Rock!
Dave:No I listen to good bands like Led Zeppelin and AC/DC.
Bob: Thousand Foot Crutch is the best!
Dave: Eat me.
by SeanMurface April 10, 2006
 
4.
An instrument believed to originate in Trinidad after WWII. Made from the hammered lid off an oil drum and creates different tones when struck.
He played the steel drum for visitors to the island.
by SeanMurface April 08, 2006
 
5.
Curve-like or describing a curve or curves.
That fence is curvid in shape.
by SeanMurface April 08, 2006
 
6.
Term used in a negative context to refer to the band, Van Halen after there lead singer, David Lee Roth left the band in 1985 and was replaced by Sammy Hagar. This is negative because many fans of the band dislike Hagar.
Without Roth, all that's left is stupid Van Hagar.
by SeanMurface April 08, 2006
 
7.
39th State, Peace Garden State
Largest Cities: Fargo, and ummmmm Fargo.
State Motto: Better than Iowa.
State Flower: Wild Praire rose
State Tree: North Dakota has no trees.
Population: 642,200, 9.3 per sq. mile. Exaggerated US Census
Short description: North Dakota doesn't have a whole lot to offer unless you enjoy seeing nothing. A grass and wheat kind of Iowa if you will, with less hicks. Fargo is the center of everything in the state and is close enough to Minnesota that it should belong to them. The state has a number of college's notorious for their drinking, "nothing else to do." Yet this state's greatest claim to fame is the movie Fargo which only has about 10 minutes shot here. Yet as in the movie, North Dakota in the winter is a barren, frozen wasteland. Here the wind is always blowing, the grass is always growing, and the women are always moooing.
I wish we had flown instead of driven across North Dakota, I almost died of boredom.
by SeanMurface April 09, 2006