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Literature is the all-inclusive term used to describe instructions or other small-typed text found in various products in small booklets or otherwise. A classic example of "fine American literature" would be Johnson & Johnson's literature on their rectal thermometers (see below).
An example of American literature:

"Every Rectal Thermometer made by Johnson & Johnson is personally tested and then sanitized." -from literature of rectal thermometers made by Johnson and Johnson
by Sid Barrett February 02, 2008
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#1: The highest card in a standard playing card deck.

#2: A song by Motörhead featured on video games such as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3, Guitar Hero and The Bigs. One of the biggest kick-ass songs of all time and respect the authority of the mole or "cocoa puff" as Beavis called it.
#1: In a game of Bullshit (aka BS) the Ace of Spades is always played first face up

#2: To not like Ace of Spades is like for a girl to not like chocolate.
by Sid Barrett August 10, 2007
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A "hang around" is the first of various levels of membership in the Hells Angels biker gang.

A hang around is described as friendly to the organization but is not an actual member yet. They typically go to parties, buy the t-shirts and try to make contacts within the organization to help boost their membership level. Hang arounds also ride with the group whenever there is a ride but otherwise they don't get involved in the organization; they never hold offices within the group and they typically do not participate in extreme group activities such as retaliation or gun trafficking.
Matt's become a hang around after he met a small Hells Angels group at the bar last month.
by Sid Barrett November 30, 2007
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The stress and mood swings during the week before a high school prom for any person going into or already into politics.
Being a member of the Model UN and a Girls Nation delegate, Mary wasn't having just promaramadram, she was having Obamapromaramadrama.
by Sid Barrett May 14, 2008
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The Beer-Liquor Rule is a guideline for alcohol consumption that goes like this:

"Liquor before beer, nothing to fear. Beer before liquor, never been sicker."

The placement of the 2 relationships doesn't matter whether one's before the other, as several drunks have argued it as long as they rhyme you've got the idea of the Rule.
Sonia forgot the Beer-Liquor Rule on a Friday night and missed her hair appointment the next morning.
by Sid Barrett February 02, 2008
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An illegal immigrant from Canada who's in the USA.
-Hey, look at all these super cheap prescriptions Raphael brought over!
-I love that dryback; he saves me so much money on happy pills!
by Sid Barrett January 04, 2009
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Diet pills are pills, taken like Advil or Tylenol, that supposedly increase your metabolism and burn more calories. Some diet pills get over people's psychological block that is holding them back from losing weight but the ones that really do work on your metabolism have been proven to be dangerous. Countless investigations by government agencies and high-ranking officials to private investigators have looked into the world of diet pills resulting in lawsuits, damage reports and in some cases the pressing of criminal charges.

A famous example of a diet pill and a famous model for it would be TrimSpa and Anna Nicole Smith respectively. Smith appeared in several advertisements for the diet pill ranging from television commercials, radio commercials and other forms of marketing. Her death was not related to consumption of TrimSpa.
Kim's taking diet pills? Wow, that's about the most desperate thing she's ever done.
by Sid Barrett July 03, 2007
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