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673 definitions by steve

 
64.
An adovocate for LSD. His famous saying was "Turn on, tune in, and drop out." He was also Wynona Rider's godfather and the Moody Blues wrote a song about him called Legend Of A Mind.
That Timothy Leary was sure crazy
by Steve January 15, 2005
 
65.
The smartest noble line of Palestinian families to ever exist. If you come across one of them, you should feel blessed and take the chance to speak to them. The reason being a Zabaneh is envied by others is because they are intelligent
Randy Zabaneh is the smartest Palestinian in the world.
by Steve April 08, 2005
 
66.
means you can buy me things, put up with my bullshit, but you ain't getting laid.
Oh Steve, I just think of you as a friend, not someone I'd fuck or want to see naked.
by steve May 28, 2004
 
67.
Internet Whore (N.)
1- One who excessively updates their live journal, has a profile full of ridiculously colorful text (and song lyrics), and has most importantly, a myspace where they are often found tYpInG and (usually) acting retardedly.
"mY nAmE iS seXii Mike nd meh Hobiez includez:
Moonlight Strolls
Fresh German Chocolates
Dancing to the 'flashdance' soundtrack!
O, LoL and im Allergic to Peanutz!!!
OmG iLLy!!! I LUB J00!!":-D
by steve March 08, 2005
 
68.
Someone who prepares a donkey for a donkey show.
Arrogant asshole Dr. Woods is a donkey fluffer.
by Steve March 30, 2005
 
69.
1.to get completely drunk, 2. to plan to get drunk.
1.im all lashed up
2.fancy getting lashed, do you want to go on the lash?
by steve February 05, 2004
 
70.
White men regarded as oppressors of blacks.

An article by John Cowley, "Shack Bullies and Levee Contractors: Bluesmen as Ethnographers," in The Journal of Folklore Research, vol. 28, nos. 2/3, pp. 135-162, recounts the story of the Lowrence family, a set of seven brothers, the oldest named Charley, who were notorious contractors of cheap labor, mostly African American, to build the levees alongside the Mississippi in the 1920's. A number of songs quoted in the article refer to "Mr Charley" specifically in this context, giving rise to speculation on the part of Alan Lomax that he may have "discovered the identity of the elusive "Mr. Charley." Cowley's article goes on, however, to quote a comment by Alan Dundes on Lomax' article that 'Mr. Charley' "would appear to date from antebellum times." But the repeated reference to a "Mr. Charley" by southern bluesmen was undoubtedly in reference to Charley Lowrence.

Mr. Charlie, I hear--I hear the niggers is free, is that right?
by Steve June 16, 2006