27 definitions by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv

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1. A new innovation in disposal that gets rid of toxic waste by packaging it as food and selling it to people who don't know any better.

2. The lowest common denominator (for eating out).

3. An expression of United States cultural imperialism/cultural pollution (as seen from outside the United States). A symbol of increasing global cultural homogenization.

4. One of the best incentives for students to work hard at their studies, so that they can either a) avoid ever working there or b) stop having to work there. See mcjob.

5. An eating place that can give you malnutrition and indigestion simultaneously.

6. An evil cult hell-bent on seducing youth and molding their eating preferences for life. See happy meal, branding.

7. Outside of the United States, a symbol of America -- Frequently the target of demonstrations, riots, arson etc. in consequence if no embassy or consulate is close by.
McDonalds is invading the world -- like a virus.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 07, 2006
(noun) Someone with a lot more money than you. As such, the definition is elastic depending on one's economic status. Usually a term applied to others rather than to oneself.
Make the rich pay! (Marxist-Leninist party of Canada campaign slogan, circa 1980)
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 02, 2006
An extremely talented marketer, who over more than twenty years has excelled in the aggressive selling of an otherwise not particularly desirable product -- herself. A triumph of style over substance. Her acting talent was recognized by her being awarded a special “Worst actress of the century” Razzie at the 2000 Golden Raspberry awards. (Has since seen the light and given up on acting). Also an author, her best known work being 1992’s “Sex”, which was sold sealed in plastic -- not because it was obscene, but because no one would have bought it if they were able to see how lame the contents really were. Also supposedly a musician.
Madonna has staying power in the public eye, although I've never been able to figure out why.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 22, 2006
British Drummer, 1946 – 1978, best known as the drummer for The Who during their most creative period. At his peak (circa 1970), Moon was probably the finest rock drummer that ever was. He was one of the first drummers to employ an extended drum kit (two bass drums, etc.) – more unusually, he had a style that could actually make full use of all the extra equipment. (Listen to “Cobwebs and Strange” off “A quick one” to get some idea of what Moon was capable of – not exactly a drum solo, but the closest thing he ever recorded to one.) His ability was progressively eroded by substance abuse and a destructive lifestyle up to his death in 1978. His passing effectively marked the end of The Who, although they released two more albums of original material (with Kenny Jones as drummer) and have continued to tour intermittently since.
One of my greatest regrets is not seeing a performance by The Who with Keith Moon at his peak.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv October 03, 2006
1. A very popular BBC radio series written by Douglas Adams, originally broadcast in 1978, with new episodes broadcast in 1980, 2004 and 2005.
2. A book released in 1979 by Douglas Adams, derived from the first series of 1. Also the blanket title for a series of four further books by Adams set in the same universe. Sometimes known as “a trilogy in five parts”.
3. 1979 stage show derived from the first series of 1.
4. 1979 LP recording derived from the first series of 1.
5. 1981 BBC television series derived partially from the first series of 1., with some material from 2. and additional original material.
6. A 1984 computer text adventure game by Infocom, freely adapted from the beginning of the first series of 1.
7. A 2005 film from Disney, very loosely derived from the first series of 1. Widely felt to have lost most of the humor and pacing of the original in the process of adapting the material to an American audience. The death of Douglas Adams (and subsequent editing of the script by others) may have played a part in this.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy was one of my favorite books in High School.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 19, 2006
1. (noun) A mystery, puzzle or conundrum. Something well know for no apparent reason (that's the conundrum).

2. Living proof that inheritance taxes and income taxes for the rich aren't anywhere near as high as they should be.

Paris Hilton is famous. Why?
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 02, 2006
Canada's most infamous export. Now in Vegas where she belongs. We don't want her back.
Las Vegas is 100% fake, so Celine Dion will fit in perfectly.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv September 02, 2006

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