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3 definitions by SlickSammy9393

 
1.
A site that sounds and looks good at a first glance. While Wikipedia can be a useful resource for quick research, the community is probably the worst on the net, and actually trying to edit an article will lead to pointless debates about "POV" and "assuming good faith" that make it not even worth it.

Wikipedia is a site:

Where an 18 year old with Asperger's who spends 18 hours a day editing has the same say as a Harvard professor.

Where you'll find pictures of mutilated penises and nude decapitated women galore, but if you create an account with "poop" or "sex" as part of your screenname, you'll be banned for having an "offensive username".

Where 12 year old kids are given admin access, so if a guy with a doctorate in quantum mechanics happens to piss of some 12 year old Pokemon fan with admin powers, he just might get the banhammer.

Where articles on obscure Pokemon characters, individual Family Guy episodes, and Japanese porn cartoons get featured on the homepage, and are more detailed and accurate in content than articles on American history.

Where you can listen to audio articles on "death erection" and "cumshot", but not "World War II" or "Abraham Lincoln".
Wikipedia is like a sausage, you may like the taste of it but you don't necessarily want to see how it's made.
by SlickSammy9393 April 07, 2011
 
2.
The worst drug currently plaguing this country. Way worse than cigarettes, pot, alcohol, or even a lot of "hard drugs" for that matter.

Seriously, how many people do you know who've gained 800 lbs of pure lard from smoking a pack of cigarettes a day? How many 7 year old kids weigh 400 lbs from smoking a bowl on occasion? Since when does beer contain traces of rat poison, cow feces, and juice from the pimply fry cook who just popped his zits and smeared it all over your fries?

Ironically fast food is also the most socially acceptable drug to be addicted to - we actually live in a country were a person can get thrown in jail for smoking a gram of weed, but a mother is allowed to feed her kid 5 Big Macs a day until the kid weighs 400 lbs at age 7 (true story).
---Fast food hypocrisy---

Example 1:

Random dude - *Lights cigarette*

Obsese smoke Nazi - "Ew do you know how bad for you that is? *Chomps on Whopper* You must be mentally challenged if you're going to inhale that disgusting crap into your body... *beeellllchhhh* ... ahh, that hit the spot. Time for my 4th Extra Large Whopper combo of the day.

Example 2:

Rush Limbaugh - Pot should be banned because it's a toxic and unhealthy substance and the only ones who want it legalized are a bunch of braindead librul hippie communists who sit on the beach and get high while they're waiting on their welfare checks. Now time for a quick commercial break... *Gorges on a Bic Mac, takes it with an Oxycontin tab, and downs it all with a bottle of Jack*
by SlickSammy9393 April 05, 2011
 
3.
A mediocre Japanese entertainment franchise for kids which started out as a Game Boy game, and later spawned a cartoon, comics, and trading cards. Was hugely popular in the 90s with young people until they reached puberty.

The original Game Boy game (Pokemon Red/Blue) wasn't bad for its time (though it was ultra-kiddie) and was fairly deep compared to most other hand-held games.

The TV show on the other hand is horrible, on par with old 60s Hanna Barbara cartoons like "Superfriends". Dialogue and voice-acting bad enough to make you weep, incoherent plots that make you wonder how high the writers were when they shat the episodes out, embarrassing attempts at humor which were completely funny and made the show's "serious" moments seem like a joke. You name it. Taking a shit would be more mentally stimulating than this show. Sadly (maybe due to the fact that it's one of the few shows that those without a single functioning brain cell can enjoy) this show is still on the air after 13 years, though its only fans now are 7 year old girls, virgins, and pedophiles who just beat off to the chick in the short shorts (the only enjoyable part of the show).

As for the card game, I never played it or any trading card game. So whether it was "good" or not I have no idea. Collecting and trading cards used to be a big part of the fad, but nowadays I think that it'd be cooler to admit you play "Magic" or World of Warcraft than to admit you still play Pokemon trading cards.
The success of franchises like Pokemon is inversely proportional to the average number of functioning brain cells in the pre-teen American population.
by SlickSammy9393 April 09, 2011