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37 definitions by klopek007

 
1.
A song that, when played at a club, party, or anywhere else, is effectively like blowing a dog whistle. Only instead of dogs, it immediately draws every fat girl directly to the dance floor to shake their fat-asses around, believing that the song is giving them permission to do so, and that everyone somehow wants to see it.
When I heard the opening lyrics to "Baby Got Back" being played, I rushed away from the dance floor to avoid the inevitable rush of fatties and the resulting nausea that would be induced in most guys as the cows blissfully shook their asses around.
by Klopek007 July 09, 2006
 
2.
A politically correct term for "fat".
She wanted to set me up with her friend who she called "full figured". I said no thanks.
by Klopek007 July 09, 2006
 
3.
WBC
The Westboro Baptist Church is a wretched hive of scum and villainy, they are loathsome vermin who cast a vile light on mainstream Christianity. Some people even associate them with other Christians (see WBC-itis), although it's important to note that the WBC rejects, and is rejected by, all other denominations. They claim that God hates, while other Christian denominations teach that God loves exclusively.

People call them a hate group that opposes homosexuals. In fact, they're so much more than that. In their demented minds, everyone who isn't a member of their church is either a "fag" or "fag enabler" with absolutely no exceptions. Everyone but them is going straight to hell, and God hates everyone but them.

Not only do they celebrate and disrupt the funerals of homosexuals, but they also do the same for members of the American Military who are killed in action. The irony, of course, is that the American Military are the very reason that these asswipes have the First Amendment right to spew their disgusting hate speech everywhere, and therefore they owe the military an enormous debt of gratitude, as do we all.
The WBC is perhaps the sickest and most evil group that operates within the law in this day and age. They are a putrid, infected, cancerous pustule on our great country.

At the exact opposite end of the spectrum is the FFRF, or Freedom From Religion Foundation, who seek to ban religion, and mock those who believe. Frankly, it's a shame that we can't throw these two extremist hate groups into an arena until they all end up killing each other.
by klopek007 March 03, 2010
 
4.
A unit of measure for fecal matter. One Katie Couric is equal to approximately two and a half pounds of excrement. (From South Park season 11, episode 9.)
1. Randy Marsh took a crap weighing 8.6 courics, beating the previous world record of 7.5 courics.

2. Oh man, I feel so much better now, that crap felt like it was 2 or 3 courics!
by klopek007 October 13, 2007
 
5.
NON-BIASED DEFINTION: In recent years, in the U.S. only, a red state has come to mean a state that traditionally votes Republican, as opposed to a blue state which traditionally votes Democrat.

In the past, media would use maps with red for one party and blue for the other, with no set standard. The current trend was set during the 2000 Presidential election, when NBC used it. The race was very close, and because of this, Tim Russert was often heard to say things like "Bush needs x more red states in order to win, and Gore needs x more blue states in order to win." Because the coverage was being watched so intently by so many people, the color scheme stuck, and is now used by all networks.

What many people don't realize is that this color scheme is actually the opposite of traditional political colors. Red has always been associated with socialism and communism (i.e. extreme forms of liberalism) as seen on flags of countries such as the P.R.C., the U.S.S.R., and the D.P.R.K. On the other hand, blue is most often associated with conservatism, and sometimes facism (i.e. the extreme form of conservatism). Most nations still use this color scheme.

It may be that NBC assigned these colors at random, or it may be because Republican and red both start with R. Neither party has officially adopted these colors. This color scheme has often led to confusion when residents of other countries see a political map of the U.S. or hear Americans discussing red states versus blue states.
When I hear the term "red state" I automatically think of China or North Korea, not Texas or Utah. It's such a pet peeve that the U.S. got red state and blue state backwards!
by klopek007 November 11, 2009
 
6.
The WBC is a wretched hive of scum and villainy, they are loathsome vermin who cast a vile light on mainstream Christianity. Some people even associate them with other Christians (see WBC-itis), although it's important to note that the WBC rejects, and is rejected by, all other denominations. They claim that God hates, while other Christian denominations teach that God loves exclusively.

People call them a hate group that opposes homosexuals. In fact, they're so much more than that. In their demented minds, everyone who isn't a member of their church is either a "fag" or "fag enabler" with absolutely no exceptions. Everyone but them is going straight to hell, and God hates everyone but them.

Not only do they celebrate and disrupt the funerals of homosexuals, but they also do the same for members of the American Military who are killed in action. The irony, of course, is that the American Military are the very reason that these asswipes have the First Amendment right to spew their disgusting hate speech everywhere, and therefore they owe the military an enormous debt of gratitude, as do we all.
The Westboro Baptist Church is perhaps the sickest and most evil group that operates within the law in this day and age. They are a putrid, infected, cancerous pustule on our great country.

At the exact opposite end of the spectrum is the FFRF, or Freedom From Religion Foundation, who seek to ban religion, and mock those who believe. Frankly, it's a shame that we can't throw these two extremist hate groups into an arena until they all end up killing each other.
by klopek007 March 03, 2010
 
7.
A musician of ambiguous gender, currently in direct competition with Susan Boyle for the title of Most Attractive New Singing Star. Boyle obviously has the edge on talent, but in terms of looks it's dead even.
I can't decide which of my senses is most offended by Lady Gaga: hearing or vision.
by klopek007 February 21, 2010