word of the day: March 30, 2007
A profile on friendster
or another social network that is not owned by a real person.
In other words, a profile that is maintained by someone who pretends to be a celebrity, television character, or other obviously fake person.
Hey, man, this Kimmie Gibbler profile is a fakester.
1. Word used to describe "subversives" (such as liberals, revolutionaries, socialists, intellectuals, homosexuals, union organizers, Protestants, etc.) who were "disappeared" under the brutal military dictatorships of Chile and Argentina. Thousands of these desaparecidos were taken into airplanes and thrown into the sea, but the governments of those afforementioned countries claimed to have no knowledge of their whereabouts.
2. A band on the Saddle Creek label, headed by musician Conor Oberst
of Bright Eyes
, which features more politically-oriented and socialistic thematic elements than the music under the guise of Bright Eyes
1. It is generally overlooked in most history books, but the government of General Augusto Pinochet, who caused the disappearances of over 3 thousand desaparecidos in Chile, was installed and supported by the United States government and the CIA.
2. Are you going to buy the new Desaparecidos CD this summer?
A city in central Virginia where, if you managed to become stranded in this city by accident while on a road trip, you would rather choose death than to remain another hour there.
The citizens of Waynesboro are always angry because they're forced to remain in Waynesboro.
I'm not sure what the definition of outdated is. Let's look for it on the Information Superhighway!
Man, those Wayngsters are hardcore. They grafittied controversial Bible passages on the Waynesboro Pavilion.
In my free time, I enjoy surfin' the Net because I am cool.
Words of advice directed towards someone who possesses a mullet
, made popular by legendary musician Wesley Willis
Take your ass to the barber shop. Tell the barber that you are sick of looking like an asshole. Cut the mullet!