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61 definitions by anon.

 
1.
An exceedingly whipped guy who does/wears/thinks/says whatever his girlfriend tells him to.
"He is *so* her bitch."
"How can you tell?"
"He's wearing plaid."
by Anon. May 08, 2003
 
2.
1) To have sex with someone.
2) A loud noise.
Do not get the two confused.
1) I banged a right fit bird last night!
2) Did you hear that bang last night?
by Anon. October 03, 2003
 
3.
A Reggae God and the favorite son of Jamaica; popular from the 70s through today; most people associate him only with marijuana although his music is really incredible; political activist, rastafarian, ghetto rebel
A major problem with todays uptight society is that his music is written off as the rantings of a stoner, when in fact it really his songs spread the message of a rebel and activist
by anon. July 18, 2003
 
4.
Dub
1. Abbreviaton for the letter W
2. Twenty dollars
3. Twenty dollars worth of anything, especially narcotics
4. Twenty-inch rims
5. The art of making a remix, especially a reggae song, in which the lyrics are all or partially removed and the focus is placed on the drum track and the bass
6. Generally incorrectly used as a name for any remix to any song
1. I drive a V. dub
2. That CD player is like two dubs
3. Lemme get a dub, I gotta get high
4. I got my Escalade rollin on dubs'
5. Lee "Scratch" Perry is the master of the traditional reggae dub, especially his work with Sir Robert Nesta Marley
6. Jay-Z calls it a dub but it's really just a remix
by anon. July 18, 2003
 
5.
The male equivalent of a slut.
"Wow, Jacob is such a manwhore."
by Anon. May 08, 2003
 
6.
A derogatory adjective for Asians who are "Fresh Off the Boat." It is also commonly used for rich kids from Hong Kong who immigrate to another country and stick together only speaking Cantonese. They often dress in the most expensive clothing possible and favour BMW 325s and Mercedes SLKs. These are further appointed with a variety of Hello Kitty(TM) or other Japanese cute-and-cuddlies. They often have really bizarre english names taken from they think "sounds cool."
"Man that Lancelot Cheung is such an FOB."
by anon. March 26, 2003
 
7.
Also known as the petty bourgeoisie by Marxist Definitions. Usually working professionals and often take residence in suburbia or greenbelt areas. Generally speaking, their children attend university and do well within the education system, often following in their parents footsteps to maintain some sort of professional job.

However, one must ask oneself how to define class. Perhaps financially or culturally? It has been asserted that you do not need to be restricted to relative material wealth in order to be middle-class. Rather, you can still have middle-class values. If this is true, then one can assume that there is still working-class values thus the statement that there ceased to be a working-class in the 1970's is false. Furthermore, that even if they have two cars and take several holidays a year they are still distinctly working-class. Often it has been asserted that money does not buy you class or status. Certain Neo-Marxists now assert that the working-class are transforming into a "Service Class" for the 'infomation workers'. For example, service class's may work in Supermarkets on checkouts, providing a service for people who are employed in the IT industry.

A stereotypical middle-class family might consist of two parents, married, living in detached house with two cars and a well maintained garden. Their children, both at university. They enjoy dinner parties and have many cook books and dabble in Red Wine probably far to often. This is merely a stereotype though, you'd probably be suprised how many have fairly bizarre patterns of behavior such as Swining or Heroin addiction.

See the films Blue Velvet or American Beauty for accounts of the American middle-class. Alternatively George Orwell wrote exstensively on the class system in Britain in novels such as "Down and Out in London and Paris" and "Road to Wigan Peer".
"Darling, can you please pass me the salt?"

"We're having a dinner party tonight, don't bloody forget the Red Wine again Paul!"

"George, can we jock the gimp suits tonight and get cracking with the cocaine whilst the kids are away?"
by Anon. April 04, 2005