6 definitions by The Infamous Trev-MUN

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A weblog or blog site that allows a person to keep an online log to be used how they see fit. Places such as Livejournal can be considered similar to services that offer small parcels of online space for websites like Geocities - where big-name bloggers often have their own custom blog sites, others can get a Livejournal with no cost to them.

Livejournal is commonly used by its users to detail their daily lives, and a release from the stresses of such; much like a more traditional, private journal. The exception is that these journals are open to everyone (or perhaps just a circle of friends). This can create many problems, as Livejournals often become a method of conducting socialpolitics.
Livejournals and the ability to make your thoughts and feelings public are indeed a seductive venture. If you're going to make a public blog, though, be viewtiful about your entries. Entertain people.
by The Infamous Trev-MUN February 23, 2004
An emoticon often used to connotate a silly or comedic form of shock or surprise, but often used in situations that don't necessarily mean shock or surprise.

See also: GARSP, Gasp, :o
<inmastein> Anime girls?! Where?!
* Trev-MUN points at Beige.
<Beige> :(
<inmastein> Beige is an anime girl?! D:
by The Infamous Trev-MUN October 12, 2003
From the Command and Conquer series, the Mammoth Tank is the strongest ground vehicle GDI has to offer, at least when talking about the first Command and Conquer (Tiberium Dawn) and Renegade.

Mammoth Tanks are a hidden usable vehicle in the sequel to Command and Conquer, Tiberian Sun, but are usurped in hitting power by the Mammoth Mk. II. The Mammoth Tank has also appeared in the Red Alert series, called the Apocalypse in Red Alert II.

The Mammoth Tank has two giant cannons and surface to air missiles to defend itself with. If the tank existed in real life it'd be larger than any other current tank fielded, and too wide to be used in urban combat (it COULD fit on a highway, but not on the streets). Mammoth Tanks are also infamous for their ability to repair themselves back to half strength.
Word of advice. If you're playng Renegade and you see a Mammoth Tank coming... RUN.
by The Infamous Trev-MUN February 23, 2004
A love or pride for one's country. Popularly assumed to be the same thing as hyperpatriotism, nationalism, and chauvunism, especially by prejudiced (and quite hypocritical) anti-American Urban Dictionary contributors. For reference, note the other definitions on this word for some "witty" anti-American attemps to belittle the people of the United States.

Patriotism in its true form is merely a pride for being a citizen of one's country. A patriot DOES NOT live by the idea that his country's people are superior than others. True patriots, depsite popular belief, do not believe the government is always right, either. Such people are known as meatheads.

For further information on related terms, see nationalism, prejudice, meathead, hypocritical patriotism, hyperpatriotism and chauvunism.
"To announce that there must be no criticsm of the president, or that was are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but it's morally treasonable to the American public." ~Teddy Roosevelt (1918)
by The Infamous Trev-MUN February 25, 2004
1) A VTOL aircraft used by the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) in the Command and Conquer series. It holds the title for having the most fucking idiotic pilots in any RTS game ever made.

2) Pilot of an Orca; usually without any intelligence or common sense.

See also: Command and Conquer
1) In Tiberian Sun, Jimmy sent his twelve Orca fighters out to harass his opponent. He had to put up a Firestorm wall to protect himself soon afterwards. When the three remaining Orcas returned, they flew right into the wall and killed themselves, rather than trying to go around it.

2) Orca pilots are retarded.
by The Infamous Trev-MUN October 14, 2003
What most of the world's citizens suffer. Typically, a citizen of a given non-American country will defame Americans as being fanatics and meatheads over the smallest displays of patriotism that are made. They almost always pride themselves on being "open minded" and "tolerant" (something that, somehow, is the opposite of patriotism in the mind of a prejudiced anti-American) because they are not fanatical like they claim the Americans are.

In reality, these people tend to be far more patriotic, sometimes even bordering on chauvunism or nationalism. A typical example is sports fans who follow their national team.

Canadians are among the most well-known practicioners of hypocritical patriotism.
The Canadian compared the Americans visiting his town to lower life forms, declaring that Americans will believe anything the government tells them simply because the visitors had an American flag sticker on the bumper of their car. He then went on to say that Canadians were the superior people in the world. The Americans laughed in reply, finding humor in how blind the Canadian was to his own fanaticsm.
by The Infamous Trev-MUN February 25, 2004
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