10 definitions by meteoryte

Goku's power level, according to Vegeta's scouter.

In the manga, however, Goku's power level was over 8000, and Vegeta was less enthusiastic about it, saying "It's over...8000." What compelled them to change it for the anime, no one knows, but it was a smart move overall.
"Vegeta! What does the scouter say about his power level?!"

"It's over NINE THOUSAAAAAAND!!!"

"What nine thousand??"

nine thousand
9000
9 thousand
nine thousaaaaand!!!

"It's over 9000!!!"
by meteoryte April 25, 2009
The nectar of the gods. The greatest drink ever to exist; in fact, the greatest ANYTHING ever to exist.

Some people drink multiple gallons of chocolate milk per day. These people have been known to hurl buildings into other buildings, have sex for literally days nonstop without getting tired, throw punches at the speed of light, and travel through time.

Someone invented Powerthirst in an attempt to replicate the effects of chocolate milk. They failed miserably.
It is a well-known fact that every superhero in existence draws their power from healthy doses of chocolate milk.
by meteoryte January 04, 2010
Mew
The genetic ancestor of all Pokemon. A floating pink cat-like creature. Mewtwo was created using DNA extracted from Mew's fossilized eyebrow. The leader of Team Rocket, known as Giovanni, was not satisfied with a mere clone of Mew, and instead insisted that a "superclone" be made by tinkering with Mew's DNA.

It was the last mistake he ever made.

Mew was retconned on September 28th, 2006, with the release of Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl in Japan, and with it the introduction of Arceus, the "God of all Pokemon." This created a conundrum of sorts, as it is explicitly stated that Mew's DNA can be found in the DNA of ALL POKEMON, yet Arceus was said to have existed before the universe itself began. Apparently, those continuity checkers at Nintendo didn't do such a great job, eh?
"Mew!" -Mew

"That is Mew, the rarest of all Pokemon. From its DNA we created you, Mewtwo."
by meteoryte January 04, 2010
Short for Umineko no Naku Koro ni, a badass murder-mystery anime series aired in Japan between July 2nd and December 24th, 2009. It deals with the events that unfold on the fictional island of Rokkenjima when the head of an incredibly rich family calls the entire family to the island to discuss the distribution of the family's wealth in the event of the head's death.

However, mysterious deaths start occurring the first night on the island, with everything somehow tying into the legend of the "Golden Witch," Beatrice -- who is rumored to have been a close acquaintance of the family head. Battler Ushiromiya (that's right, his name is fucking BATTLER. It doesn't get much more badass than that), the protagonist of the series, refuses to acknowledge Beatrice, and instead insists that all of the murders can be explained using "real" and "physical" means - even those that seem to be impossible for humans to have accomplished.

Long story short, everybody dies (at least everyone who was on the island), more witches appear than I can even count, and Battler eventually becomes a sorcerer who wields a badass SHINY GOLD LONGSWORD that lets him SPEAK IN BLUE-, RED-, AND EVEN GOLD-COLORED TEXT.

Originally a series of visual novel games which were later adapted into an anime. Made by the same people responsible for Higurashi.
Person 1: Hey, did you catch the latest Umineko episode last night?

Person 2: You mean the one where five of the people get their faces ripped off, or the one where Kanon gets his owned in the heart by a shiny drill/stake thing?
by meteoryte January 03, 2010
Jamie Hyneman's ADHD assistant on Mythbusters.
I reject your reality and substitute my own.
-Adam Savage

Am I missing an eyebrow?
-Adam Savage
by meteoryte February 15, 2009
A language invented by Hayato Gokudera of the manga/anime Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Features random symbols such as dinosaurs, knives, bugs, fish, and who knows what else.
Gokudera: "It's a letter my future self left for me...in G Script!?"
by meteoryte November 24, 2009
A legendary voice actor responsible for such roles as Gaara from Naruto (possibly, and unfortunately, his most well-known role), Lloyd Asplund from Code Geass, Cu Chaspel from FFCC:RoF, Ingway from Odin Sphere, Juushiro Ukitake from Bleach, and Kain from the DS remake of Final Fantasy 4.

Interestingly enough, his actual voice sounds nothing like any of his voiced roles (except Mugen from Samurai Champloo). In fact, there is no hint of an accent in his everyday voice.
"Oh that is SO NOT the voice of a 12-year-old!" -Me, commenting on Liam O'Brien's voicing of Gaara, who is supposedly 12 years old pre-timeskip

"Sacrifice is such a harsh word. 'Catalyst' sounds so much nicer." -Cu Chaspel
by meteoryte January 04, 2010

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