#1: A song by Don McLean. It's a vague history of Rock starting with the death of Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and some other person I can't remember right now and ending with the introduction of the Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger is known as Satan in the song, "...And Satan on the sideline in a cast" refers to an injury Mick had). It is believed that the name of the song came from the airplane that crashed but in reality the plane could only be identified by it's aircraft pin number, it had no name and never was named. The title of the song is therefore truely unknown.
#2: A movie about teenagers who want to loose their virginity. It is a very quotable movie, for example "I did my fair share of... masturbating in my days, I used to call it stroking the salami. You know your Uncle Herman used to pet the one-eyed snake five, six times a day." Even the weird guy gets laid in the end but he does it with someone's mom, hence the playing of Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson" as the scene cuts out to the next person.
1. American Pie is as easy to sing as pie.
2. We should pull an American Pie one of these days and see who's the last person left out of the bed.
Yahoo! Answers is a question & answer website run by Yahoo! with a specific point system unique to the site.
There are 7 different levels which are used to guage a person's usage of the site. About a year ago they actually meant something but now once you're at level 5 on the site you're as far as you can go.
There have been countless complaints directed at Yahoo! Answers and Yahoo! Customer Care for "wrongful violations" in which case trolls, spammers or personal haters would use the user-abuse-reporting tool excessively in which most cases they were automatically processed resulting in Q&A being taken down and even entire deletion of Yahoo! accounts. My personal advice from use of the site: don't use Answers and have your primary email on the same Yahoo! ID, bad idea.
Oh well, I just got kicked off Yahoo! Answers for the 20th time today, I'll just go and open a new account since I'm not IP banned.
A corporation that controls MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, CMT, VH1 and many other media sources and is the root of all evil. A church in Iowa claims that all mentionings of Satan in their Bibles and Gospils were changed to read "Viacom" instead of Satan and no, it was not with white out and it looked as is Viacom was actually what was printing in the text.
Viacom, after gaining a substantial share of the pop media from other companies, is said to be brainwashing Generation Y (aka Generation MTV) into doing whatever they want them to do. TRL is a prime example of Viacom's workings. Several boycotts have been placed against the corporation and they're the slightest bit of light we have, without these boycotts we would have teenyboppers flooding UD with definitions of emo, Gerard Way and MySpace. Oh wait, we already have that. Nevermind that part. Anyways, just boycott the shit out of them and we'll be good for now.
Jimmy Fallon has Yankees toilet paper in "Fever Pitch". I have Viacom toilet paper in real life.
The largest public university (and primier party school) of New England.
You know you go to UConn if...
1. You live in Storrs CT at all
2. You walk miles to get to football games
3. You can fill all the spots in a 10-person drinking waterfall and still go to 8 AM classes the next morning
4. You hate Northeastern University for taking the husky as their official mascot first
5. A tent is your dorm room during basketball season
Boy: (waking his mom up) Mommy?
Mom: What is it?
Boy: There's a monster in my closet.
Mom: I thought you already got over your fear of monsters in the closet.
Boy: Yeah, but this one's wearing a mankini.
2. Oh, don't mind that guy, it's just Borat in his mankini.