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12 definitions by king of inland

 
1.
One of the most corrupt, hated, and incompetent people on the message boards and on the Internet. They sometimes mark and even ban users for the most ludicrous of things; and commonly bend the rules(i.e. adding something to a ToS rule), to suit their needs. It's usually no use contesting a moderation, as you'll probably receive some asinine reply saying that you're somehow wrong in your explanation.
Sensible poster: The stereotype of black men always going to jail is retarded.

*Poster is placed on warned status for supposedly breaking the offensive material rule.*

Before I continue, let me show the offensive material section of the ToS here.

Offensive Material-Users may not transmit or encourage others to transmit material or links to material considered patently offensive in nature. This includes, but is not limited to using vulgar, profane, or sexually explicit language; using race, religion, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, handicap, nationality, or gender as a means of insult; using threatening, harassing, defamatory, hate-speech, or libelous language; and posting, requesting, or otherwise sharing material considered pornographic, obscene, graphic, or hate speech.

Let's continue...

Contest: This is in no way offensive to anyone or anything. Using the word "retarded" is not against the rules if it doesn't fit that category.

Corrupt GameFAQs moderator: Using "retarded" to negatively describe anyone or anything (including anyone within or outside of GameFAQs, inanimate objects, or even something intangible) in any way, shape, or form is considered a severe ToS violation.

If you haven't noticed, the moderator here added the "intangible" crap to the rule; something that wasn't there. Anyone with a brain knows that a stereotype is not an object. You've seen the corruption for yourself.
by King of Inland May 31, 2008
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2.
A person who is in their second year of high school or college. Most of the time, this term refers to the high school sophomores. It's the most important year academically, even more-so than freshman year. Most sophomores have matured a bit since freshman year. Many of them of generally good people. However, there are idiots that think they are the best thing since sliced bread because of the fact that they are sophomores. They buy into this idea and start picking on freshman. There are also people that haven't matured one bit since freshman year and still act as retarded, sex-obsessed, and jock-like as ever. Some sophomores actually get along with freshman. Seniors and juniors don't really care much about sophomores. There are a few who are actually friends with sophomores, however.
Sophomore 1: Hey, it's a freshman, let's go beat up his ass.

Sophomore 2: You can go right ahead. I'm staying right here.

*Sophomore 1 goes to a freshman and holds him up. A dean sees this and brings him to his office.*
by King of Inland October 08, 2007
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3.
A first-year student of high school or college. However, this term is usually used to refer to a freshman of high school. They are considered unworthy by some upperclassmen(usually these people are morons). Freshmen usually stick together in groups and start to mature. However, some freshmen are imbeciles who are sex-obsessed, immature, or just plain stupid. Some of they stay that way for the next three years in high school or even become jocks.
Sophomore 1: Hey, it's a freshman. Let's go jump him.

Junior: Why?

Sophomore 1: Uhh...I dunno.

Junior: Moron...
by King of Inland June 11, 2007
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4.
n.

most typical example of something
John was the stereotypical quintessence of a nerd with his suspenders, goofy glasses, and freckles.
by King of Inland December 29, 2007
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5.
adv.

difficult to comprehend
Heinrich: I find this algebraic equation very abstruse...

Jiminy: Very funny Heinrich. Our teacher went through that type of equation this whole week!
by King of Inland December 29, 2007
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6.
A high school located in Astoria, Queens. This school is affiliated with St. John's University and the students are all from different parts of the city. Many ethnic groups go to the school: Greeks, Italians, Blacks, Whites, Hispanics, Poles, and Asians. The school's academic system consists of four different levels. The level you get put in is determined by your 8th grade average and a special placement test. Each level has a diffferent difficulty. Level 1-Remedial, Level 2-Average, Level 3-Regents, and Level 4-Honors.

Most of the students are in level 2. However, the next highest people are in level 1. Usually, there's only 1 or 2 Honors and Regents classes per year. Most of the teachers at the school are pretty good instructors. Some of them have even been there for 20 years or more.

Despite the fact that the school is very good for high academic achievers, there's the social problems of the school. Sadly, many of the students are rap-loving imbeciles who will make fun of you if you're intelligent or if they consider you a nerd. Infact, some of them pick on other students for no real reason at all. Many of the sensible students are in Honors and Regents. Not too many are in the levels below.

There is also the problem of fights. This year, there were over 4 fights in the Freshman year alone. There have also been two freshmen expelled.

Despite all this, the school is still pretty good.
*The Ditmars Blvd. station in Astoria.*

Chris: Hey, that kid is wearing navy blue pants and a white shirt. He must go to St. John's Prep.

Jimmy: I hear that school's pretty good. I might send my son there.
by King of Inland June 06, 2007
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7.
v.

to feign injury or illness in order to avoid one's occupational work
Henry: Where is Joe today? I can't believe I'm stuck covering one of his classes.

Eric: He's probably malingering...
by King of Inland August 24, 2008
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