19 definitions by Thrashmeister

A nice, gentle praise to a boy/girl/man/woman/it. Usually said when that boy/girl/man/woman/it is physically attractive. Also referred to babies, and animals such as dogs, cats, etc.
"That girl is so cute!"

"That baby is so cute!"

"That alligator is so cute! AGH NO PLEASE NO *dead*"
by Thrashmeister November 10, 2004
Fear of the number 666, or the "Number of the Beast."
I can't pronounce hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia. Too lazy to try.
by Thrashmeister April 20, 2006
A series of books by Eoin Colfer. He plans to make six books. The Artemis Fowl books that have been published are:
Artemis Fowl
Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident
Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code
Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception

The fifth book is to be named:
Artemis Fowl: The Last Colony (Source: A meeting with Eoin Colfer himself ;D)
Artemis Fowl could be my best friend. He may be more intelligent then me, but we talk the same.
by Thrashmeister April 20, 2006
a common misspelling of the word weird, which means someone who is..weird. otherwise very strange. cant think of a good meaning.
"dude you're wierd"
"dumbass, it's weird"
by Thrashmeister November 10, 2004
An acronym for the phrase "You're the man now dog!", the infamous line spoken by Sean Connery in the movie Finding Forrester. A website dedicated to that single quote can be found at www.yourethemannowdog.com. That single website turned into an internet phenomenon at www.ytmnd.com. Several spoofs emulating the style of the original YTMND have been made there. An entirely new fad originated on March 4th, 2006, called www.punchthekeysforgodssake.com, taking another one of Connery's lines in the movie and making it into a site, YTMND style.
YTMND: You're the man now dog!
by Thrashmeister April 20, 2006
The fourth movie based on the fourth book in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. Lots of controversy among fans has arisen among fans about the considerable amount of canonical events that were cut out or changed in the movie.
Differences between the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire film and the book:
House elves and S.P.E.W. are cut out
Ludo Bagman is cut out
Bertha Jorkins is cut out
Barty Crouch Jr's confession is cut out
Barty Crouch Jr's fate is cut out
Harry's recuperation in the hospital wing is cut out
Fudge giving Harry's winnings to him is cut out
The creatures in the enchanted maze are cut out
The Dursleys are cut out
Hermione's capture of Rita Skeeter is cut out
Several Pensieve scenes are cut out
Sirius Black's role is very small, compared to the book
The Quidditch World Cup match is cut out

Etc., etc. For more info, see Wikipedia.
by Thrashmeister April 20, 2006
A 2003 novel written by Dan Brown. The controversies regarding the plot (Jesus Christ being married, Holy Grail being a woman, etc.) still ensue today. The movie version was released on May 19th, 2006. It is directed by Ron Howard.

Many people say that they will boycott any theatre that shows The Da Vinci Code. Why? Because they say it's not real. OF COURSE IT'S NOT REAL. THAT'S WHY IT'S IN THE FREAKING FICTION SECTION OF THE FREAKING LIBRARY. Imbeciles.
by Thrashmeister May 16, 2006

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