The famous secret code if typed in the PC first person shooter game, DOOM
, will give you God mode.
The other big code but not really as famous is idkfa which gives you all the ammo in the game and the three coloured key cards.
"What's wrong there Bill? What's wrong there Blair?"
"WE CAN'T PLAY DOOM, WE'VE HAD OUR SHARE!"
"What you need is a code."
"That's right. iddqd will get you out of those problems you have."
"HOORAY! HOORAY FOR IDDQD!"
"That's right kids. You too can succeed in DOOM. Just type iddqd once you enter the game and the rest is MAGIC."
Someone who disapproves of homosexuality because they are disgusted by the act of two people of the same gender having sexual relations but claim that the reason of their disapproval is because it says something in the Bible.
Roger; "GOD I HATE 'DEM FAG QUEER-MO BUTTFUCKASEXUALS!"
John; "Gee Roger, you sound awfully homophobic."
Bugs is deserving of a Companion devoted solely to his exploits. Though he was not the studio’s first major star, he certainly was the character who, in the 1940s, made Warner Brothers the number one studio in short-subject animation, at least in terms of popularity. Bugs regularly won popularity polls throughout the 40s, 50s and 60s.
As discussed in the entry for Creation and Development, the question of who created Bugs is very complex. There are a number of contenders for the title of “Creator” of Bugs, including the directors J. B. “Bugs” Hardaway (after whom the character was named), Charles M. Jones, (Bugs is first identified by name onscreen in a Jones short, 1941’s Elmer’s Pet Rabbit) and Robert Clampett. The author follows the school of the thought that it was director Tex Avery in A Wild Hare (1940) who first put together the elements of design, movement, and characterization to form the rabbit we all know.
In spite of the many classic cartoons starring Bugs, he received very few Oscar nominations, and was eventually awarded only one. The nominated cartoons are A Wild Hare (Avery, 1940), Hiawatha’s Rabbit Hunt (Freleng, 1941), and Knighty Knight Bugs (Freleng, 1958). Only the last of these actually won.
The author recommends Joe Adamson’s Bugs Bunny: Fifty Years and Only One Grey Hare, an in-depth study of the character and his films. The book provides much fascinating information on the character, in far greater detail than is within the scope of this document. (The author does invite the reader to examine relevant entries, such as Cross-dressing.)
"Wow, where did this guy rip off all that info of Bugs Bunny from?"
1. The "hip" version; The opposite of metrosexual. Basically, any typical male who dosen't have a hissy fit over their own image like a shallow twat.
2. The real version; Anyone who has got a liking and embraces classic pop culture. This can be a various formats of like from sixties television to eighties music, there is no need to limit yourself to one decade just as long you don't really feel excited with today's current trends. (Which basically is starting to whore out the eighties at the moment anyway.) Also refferred to as having a "retrocrush".
Tyler "You are such a retrosexual Todd."
Todd "Suck it down bitch."
Shallow television because reality TV is a one trick pony. It relies on stretching out tension ridiculously and keeping interest with promising plot twists. In most cases, after you see a reality tv series once you pretty much show no interest to watch it again, and that's the only factor that will keep dramas and comedies alive on television. Unfortunately reality TV has saturated the networks so much that mundane fictional television shows are getting praise because there is a huge lack of variety despite hundreds and hundreds of channels. Reality tv = tv hell
"Fuck I hate reality tv."
Usually the only hispanic woman in your neighbourhood. Might have a penis.
(This definition isn't good if you live in New York or Las Vegas.)
Jim; "This hooker has a penis."
Raoul; "Hey hombre, hands off my taco bro."
The major religion that's divided the public for eons. The basis of Christianity, developed from Judaism, is actually meant as a set of guidelines to define a standard of living at the time and give followers a sense of hope for doing so. Society rapidly changes throughout time and Christianity should be considered a blueprint, the stepping-stone of being apart of and embracing a community. Unfortunately, it's been heavily tainted in the last few decades by people seeking their own political agendas or profit gains (Or those freakin' door knockers.) and therefore is losing credibility amongst the people as they scramble to find solace in fad religions such as Buddhism where you meditate all your life and amount to nothing. Or even superstitious garbage like Wicca.
"God is love, brotha."