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35 definitions by Stephanie M.

 
1.
An unhappy, disappointed person. The phrase can be traced back to an episode of the cartoon South Park, in which the "Sexual Harassment Panda" teaches the children what is and isn't sexual harassment.

For extra sadness, the "a" in sad is drawn out.
I'm a saaaad panda, because my favorite band just broke up.
by Stephanie M. December 19, 2003
 
2.
A friend who is only a friend when circumstances are pleasant or profitable. At the first sign of trouble, these capricious, disloyal friends will drop their relationship with you.
I had thought Ted would stand by me when I was accused of theft, but it turned out he was only a fair-weather friend.
by Stephanie M. October 25, 2003
 
3.
Literally means "pretty boy," as in an attractive member of the male gender. Also spelled "bishonen," and sometimes shortened to "bish" and "bishie/bishy." It is a Japanese word, adopted by female anime fans in the rest of the world to denote any male anime, manga, or video game character they happen to find good looking. Strictly speaking, "bishounen" should only refer to boys under age 20, since a "pretty man" would be "biseinen." However, most people prefer to use bishounen for men and boys of all ages, as it is so widely used.

Opinions on which males are bishounen and which are not vary according to personal tastes. The stereotypical bishounen generally has long hair, a slender, graceful figure, and lacks facial hair. Bishounen tend to appear androgynous or feminine. They are also likely to have certain personality traits, like sensitivity, secretiveness, moodiness, refinement, and a dark, tormented past.

This word is a noun, but is sometimes used as an adjective, as in the sentence "That guy is so bishounen." As an adjective, the word means "having or displaying the traits of a bishounen."
"You can tell Vincent is a bishounen because he's thin, he has long hair, and he's really angsty."
by Stephanie M. July 01, 2003
 
4.
Plural form of nerd.

Also, a tiny, tangy hard candy manufactured by Willy Wonka. Comes in a variety of flavors.
You have to wonder why the best flavor of Nerds, strawberry, comes packed with the worst flavor, grape.
by Stephanie M. December 29, 2003
 
5.
"Manga" are Japanese comic books/graphic novels. The word literally means "whimsical pictures" in Japanese.

Manga is different from American comic books in many ways, which is why it is sometimes translated as graphic novels. Comic books in America tend to be colored, sold in thin booklets, and written for a teenage male audience. Manga is almost always black and white, serialized in manga collections before being sold in bound books, and has many different genres appealing to many different audiences. There are romantic manga for adult women, mob dramas for older men, cute fantasy comedies for young girls, and much, much more. Just about everyone in Japan reads manga, and there is something to suit every taste.

Manga series are often animated into television shows and movies. See anime.
"Have you read Yuu Watase's latest manga?"
by Stephanie M. July 02, 2003
 
6.
The warm, pleasant sensations one feels in the stomach and heart area when emotionally moved by an act of goodwill or love.
Watching children open presents on Christmas morning gives me the warm fuzzies.
by Stephanie M. December 28, 2003
 
7.
The high one gets after consuming large amounts of sugar. Also called a "sugar rush." Sugar highs cause twitchiness, spasms, and hyper excitability. Sugar highs do not last very long, and leave a person feeling drained afterwards.
I spent the week after Halloween in a continual sugar high.
by Stephanie M. October 26, 2003