17 definitions by deX

Top Definition
A genuis - definately ahead of his time and with the ability to predict what life will become like - authoritarian via a police state, with mind control being present.

1984 is a testament to the thinking of the non supressed mind.
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever.
by deX January 24, 2005
Refers to the squatting position often done by Russians and other slavic people while loitering/waiting outside.
I saw a Russian in a slav squat while smoking a cigarette.
by dEX August 22, 2012
the drug of drugs. that which resembles god himself.
decranum
by dex January 30, 2003
A fashion style influenced by designers like Rick Owens featuring draped, layered, and top-heavy clothing in black and grey, robes, leather jackets, scarves, and military boots in strange or asymmetric cuts.
Go to stylezeitgeist.com to see some examples of gothninja.
by dEX October 10, 2012
A type of resentment for out of area/newbie surfers felt by "natives" of the area. May also be called Native-ism.
I went to go surf a ::insert beach that is not in your area:: but i was threatened and shunned becuase there's such high localism.
by DeX September 06, 2004
what the h in jesus h christ stands for
Jesus Harry Christ Dave FUCK OFF!!!
by dex January 31, 2005
A hipster is now basically just a caricature of a liberal, urban European student. The hipster lifestyle started in the late 90s/early 00s as reaction to the MTV/TRL/popstar/celebrity worship/fast food consumer culture that peaked in America right before 9/11. Some people were trying to get away from all of that, and instead shopped at thrift stores, started growing their own organic food, read nonmainstream literature, listened to indie music etc, and didn't really fit in with the average joe, and their intentions were at least somewhat authentic in the beginning, unlike most hipsters now. Its origins were mostly on the west coast like grunge was, because that area already has some slight counter-cultural tendencies. Eventually it was picked up and marketed to the youth as an image and a lifestyle so they could be labeled and to get them to buy stuff, just like they did with grunge in the 90s. Today's stereotypical hipster is an exaggerated version of this earlier hipster.
Today's hipsters are different than the ones in the 90s
by dEX December 11, 2013

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