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The protagonist of Joesepth Heller's novel Catch-22. He was a bombardier in a squadron based out of a small, semi-fictional island south of Italy. He was concearned with leaving the war alive from which he could not be dismissed, and could never finish the number of required missions. He believed that all of the other men were crazy, as they seemed not only unconcearned with death, but also generally acted neurotic, and everyone thought he was crazy in turn. Yossarian was one of the few of the characters in the novel to actually survive.
Yossarian? What kind of name is Yossarian?

It's Yossarian's name, sir.
by anon November 04, 2004
One of the two main characters of a series of books written by P.G. Wodehouse. Jeeves was a butler and veritable genius who got Bertie, his bumbling but well-meaning employer, out of trouble and inevitable misunderstandings.
Bertie: "So there you are. I'm on the horns of...what are those things you get on the horns of?"
Jeeves: "Dilemmas, sir."

(pg. 35, "Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves" 1963)
by anon September 15, 2003
From the term idiot meaning your stupid. A fool. Someone who acts carelessly.
"your such an eegit"
"What a fukin eegit"
by anon November 01, 2004
Extremely successful African American male.
He's a Boss Nigga and he don't play ball or nothin!
by anon March 01, 2005
BTK
Dennis Rader, serial killer residing in Park City, Kansas. Apprehended on February 25, 2005 by Wichita City Police.
Dennis Rader is suspected of being the BTK killer.
by anon February 27, 2005
Cyber terrorism is an act of war on someone or something using a PC or the internet.
He just launched an attack on them using a PC. Thats cyber terrorism!
by Anon November 15, 2004
Religion, according to Karl Marx, in that it makes you feel good without actually fixing your problems and may even make matters worse.
"Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people. The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of the people is the demand for their real happiness." - Karl Marx, 1844
by Anon April 19, 2005

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