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9 definitions by Somenobody

 
1.
What you're not. Although it may seem like there is nobody there who cares about you, who is like you, or can be a friend to you, there is someone miles and miles away who would like to be there with you if they knew you were calling.
This is a message to all of the lonely and depressed people out there on their computers, reading definitions of words they're feeling in hopes to find some comfort, if only for a short while. Regardless of whether you're reading this in five weeks or in five years, and regardless of whether I'm still browsing this site regularly or dead in a car crash, just know that tonight, I was feeling very lonely, crying out for you.

You're not alone. I'm not alone. We're not alone.
by Somenobody June 21, 2007
 
2.
A space where students in middleschool and highschool hang up their coats, backpacks, and store items such as books or extra pencils. On lockers, there are combinations, made up of numbers, that need to be turned in the right order in order to open the locker. Lockers, although reasonably tall, are too thin, so you have to squish your backpack and jacket into them and hope you can close your locker door. Students visit their lockers several times in between classes to get books, binders, and other materials for different classes. In a large school, there are over a thousand lockers in the building, many of which are right next to each other in hallways.
I can barely open my locker while the person next to me is opening theirs.
by Somenobody November 29, 2006
 
3.
The third game in the popular video game series, which was also the first platformer to have online multiplayer. The game is an Action/Adventure Platformer for the PS2. It came out on November 2, 2004. Many fans believed this game was the best in the series. Go on GameSpot and IGN to learn what this game is about.
I bought Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal at Target for $20, and it was worth the money!
by Somenobody April 15, 2006
 
4.
The third album by artist Demon Hunter. It is a christian metal album that contains 12 songs:

01. The Flame That Guides Us Home - 0:28
02. Not I - 4:14
03. Undying - 4:18
04. Relentless Intolerance - 4:02
05. Deteriorate - 5:53
06. The Soldier's Song - 5:24
07. Fire to My Soul - 4:03
08. A Thousand Apologies - 4:56
09. The Science of Lies - 4:09
10. Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck - 4:13
11. Ribcage - 3:46
12. The Tide Began to Rise - 5:37
The Triptych was a great album, but I didn't enjoy it as much as Summer of Darkness.
by Somenobody April 15, 2006
 
5.
The second album by artist Demon Hunter. It is a christian metal album that came out on May 4, 2004, which contains 13 songs:

01. Not Ready to Die - 5:03
02. The Awakening - 4:11
03. Beheaded - 3:14
04. My Heartstring Come Undone - 4:37
05. Our Faces Fall Apart - 4:52
06. Less Than Nothing - 2:57
07. Summer of Darkness - 3:10
08. Beauty Through the Eyes of a Predator - 5:32
09. Annihilate the Corrupt - 4:09
10. I Play Dead - 5:20
11. Everything Was White - 3:54
12. Coffin Builder - 4:01
13. The Latest and the Last - 3:42
Summer of Darkness is my favorite album.
by Somenobody April 15, 2006
 
6.
UYA
UYA is an acronym for "Up Your Arsenal," which is the subtitle of the third Ratchet and Clank video game. Many people on the Insomniac Games Online Community forums just type "UYA" instead of "Up Your Arsenal," because it's shorter and saves precious seconds of time.
I got UYA two days after it came out.

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(if you saw my definition of Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, I'm just letting you know that I didn't really buy the game at Target for $20, it was just an example)
by Somenobody October 11, 2006
 
7.
IG
IG stands for "Insomniac Games," an independent video game company that is best known for creating the Ratchet and Clank series.
I wonder what IG is going to make next!
by Somenobody April 15, 2006