(n.) The title of a movie made by Michael Moore. The title is inspired by an older movie and book titled "Fahrenheit 451," about book censorship. The movie consists of real video clips with a narrative voice-over.
The subject of the movie is the presidency of George W Bush and the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11th, 2001. The movie criticizes many aspects of Bush and his handling of the attack.
Critics of the movie complained that, though the movie uses real video clips, the presentation and editing of many clips is out of context and misleading. Moore and his fans praised the movie as an example of free speach and an exposition of facts.
A saying from a very funny Dave Chappelle skit that was great the first oh....200 times I heard it. Now it is an overused punchline that dosn't even make sense since most people under 30 have no clue who Rick James, may he rest in peace, was.
Punando is a word used to describe a situation in which a female's underwear, usually a thong or a G-string, is visibly sticking out in the back (when she sits down). The term originated in Aurora, Colorado at Smoky Hill High School.