81 definitions by Tenacious Faulker

In Tagalog, the main dialect in the Philippines, means dude or bro; a very close friend.

Pronounced: PAR'day.

For women it's marde. Similar pronunciation
Yo, parde! What's up?
by Tenacious Faulker July 19, 2009
The constant, incessant and relentless assult on the senses of the public and individual's alike by the corporate community and/or the government designed to alter, influence and even impair your ability to effect your own unbaised and reasonable needs, wants, and opinions.
1) Modern U.S. corporations spend hundreds of billions of dollars each year to perpetuate the marketing machine in order promote ravenous consumerism to a virtually unchecked capitalistic society that plunders the Earth's resources and harms developing countries.

2) Bush and Cheney employed a massive marketing machine to sell the Iraqi war to the public, promote ongoing fear from 9/11, and shrunk the gap in the separation of church and state in order to get re-elected despite a disasterous 1st term in office.
by Tenacious Faulker May 19, 2009
A word that reported means "20" in Italian, but at Starbucks it simply means extra-large.
I hate going into a Starbuck's for coffee. The dumbass baristas always treat me like an idiot because I confuse a "Tall, "Grande" and "Vente". "Short" is the only size that makes sense and grande is a Spanish word! WTF is that?! Why can't they just them medium call medium, large and extra large?
by Tenacious Faulker May 08, 2009
The stupid, singing, rubber bass that you mount to your double-wide's porch next to your family's favorite pastime, the bug-zapper.

Jeb Bush: George, did the tax-payers foot the bill for that Bill Blass you have on?

George Bush: It's really called a Big Mouth Billy Bass, Jeb, and Cheney gave it to me last year.
Jeb Bush: I'm talking about your suit, you damn moron!

George Bush: Oh. Sorry. Can we just watch the bug-zapper on the West Lawn.
by Tenacious Faulker April 02, 2009
From an ill advised Newsweek cover from the on the Sept. 24th, 2012 issue for featuring of picture (two angry muslim men), the subject (free-speech), and the title (Muslim Rage). Newsweek's overdramatisization of this article cuased the hashtag to be hi-jacked with humorous comments by muslims on Twitter with caption-like comments followed by the phrase "MuslimRage" on Twitter.
Woman in Burqa: "I'm having such a good hair day. No one even knows. #Muslim Rage".

"Lost your kid named Jihad at the airport. Can't yell for him. #MuslimRage".

"Head & Shoulders still hasn't made a beard conditioner. #MuslimRage".

"Memo to those few violent MidEast protesters, this is how you fight Islamophobia. You make fun of it.

#MuslimRage".
by Tenacious Faulker September 18, 2012
Due to the prolonged economic down-turn not even the traditionally "safe" demographic of white, middle aged, educated males has not remained safe from unemployment due to a dwindling middle-class. Once executive or professional, their employability now is as hopeless as a "beached whale's" survivability.

BMW, for short, it's an ironic turn of phrase. Also known as "Dead Suit Walking".
Look at that Beached White Male over there. He went from driving a BMW to being one!
by Tenacious Faulker April 26, 2011
Maritime term used when the libido is willing, but your johnson goes limp due to recent or multiple orgasms, anxiety, guilt, etc.
Man! I finally got Cindy to go home with me and I got so nervous and worked up that I couldn't get it up!

Really? Was there something wrong with her? Were you tired or too drunk?

No! She was perfect! I was ready to go! I was full sail no wind. You think I still got a shot?

No. Unlike you, that ship has sailed.
by Tenacious Faulker March 02, 2012

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