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10 definitions by bad grammar must die

 
1.
adj. Engaging in some form of BDSM or enjoying nonstandard sexual or sensual stimulation. The opposite of vanilla.
My boyfriend and I are sort of kinky. Last night was great, but I still have rope burns on my wrists.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 16, 2003
 
2.
n. The opposite of kinky. Not in any way involved with BDSM.
He was a little more vanilla than I was used to, but we got along fine anyway.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 16, 2003
 
3.
n. Someone who displays an unusual or embarrasing amount of enthusiasm for Jesus.

This term was first used in the 1960's in reference to the growing movement of radical, unconventional Christians who often displayed hippie leanings.
Hey, David, if you dance around like that, people are going to start thinking you're some kind of Jesus freak.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 02, 2003
 
4.
Dom
n. Short for "Dominant." The dominant person in a BDSM relationship or encounter.
She's looking for a dom who has knowledge of tying complicated knots.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 16, 2003
 
5.
Sub
n. Short for "Submissive." The submissive person in a BDSM relationship or encounter.
I'm really more of a sub, myself, but I could learn some dom skills.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 16, 2003
 
6.
n. Short for fundamentalist. A person who generally holds to extremely Protestant-Christian, social/moral right-wing ideas. Often associated with the more evangelical denominations of Christianity.
They're all such fundies, it's hard to have an objective, open-minded discussion about any religious issue.
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 02, 2003
 
7.
n. An example of a freeware operating system. Idealogically beautiful, but practically a bit of a hassle, this fast-growing operating system is often used by computer programmers. In fact, almost all programmers that work for Microsoft do all their work on Linux boxes...hmm...

My impression of Linux is that it's vastly improved but still not as user-friendly as Windows. I continue to hope that it completely overthrows the "evil Microsoft empire" as a large triumph for the free software movement, but it's not going to do that anytime soon unless it cleans up (from a non-programmer standpoint) some of the difficulties of installing programs.

Keep on, brave penguin!
I know Linux has something to do with GNU, but I can't remember the exact relationship...
by Bad Grammar Must Die April 16, 2003