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9.
A conspiracy theorist who believes that Glenn Beck, the Conservative commentator, is a rapist and murderer, based on a viral blog posting that gave the name of a 1990 child rapist and murderer as Glenn Beck. Of course, it's not the same Glenn Beck that exposed Van Jones as an admitted Communist and 9/11 'Truther', but try telling the Liberal rodents that.
Glenn Beck: "Van Jones is an admitted Communist and 9/11 conspiracy theorist." {Evidence is produced.}

Van Jones: "Yeah, um.... well.... Glenn Beck is a rapist! Yeah, and... and a murderer!" {No evidence.}

Barack Obama: "It's still Bush's fault."

American viewer: "What a Becker."
by Rorschach348 September 03, 2009
 
1.
Any fat hand rolled, unfiltered joint or tobacco cigarette
Shit we're gonna get faded tonight, lets roll up that Becker
by Arube92 October 08, 2011
 
2.
A spunky nick-name for a girl named Rebecca / Rebekah. Typically, one who acquits herself of the unoriginal and overused Becky or Becca nick-names. A sizzling, passionate personality like a fire, she'll keep you warm and is pretty to look at. But beware getting too close, or you will get burned.
Let's call Beckers. She's always up for doing something exciting!
by Beckers27 April 26, 2011
 
3.
A verb that describes the act of lowering one's expectations for something in order to prevent against the disappointment of them not being met. It is derived from the popular TV sitcom of the same name (Becker) in which the titular character played by Ted Danson lived by a mantra of "no expectations, no disappointment." He would repeat that phrase to anyone who was attempting to get him to be more optimistic about something or just life in general, which was against his nature. He would also use the phrase to remind himself to lower his expectations when they were high.
Greg: Hey Luke tell Tom what happened to you last night
Luke: Ok
Greg: Tom this is the best story you will ever hear man.
Luke: Whoa, Becker your expectations a bit, it's not that good.
Tom: Beckered.
by Tom3457mofo April 28, 2014
 
4.
A reference to a general feminine alcoholic drink such as a Appletini, cosmopolitan, blow job (Shot), Cake-Shot, wine coolers, etc.

Australian Origin.
John and Rick go to the bar together. John orders a beer, and Rick orders a cosmo.

John: "Holy, crap did you just order a becker?"
by mdsmed November 02, 2010
 
5.
An awful or very unpleasant experience, defined best as 'a bit like dying but not quite.' Created as the antithesis of Kiggins the word is similarly derived from a fellow student's surname.
"I tried juggling fire last week but I was drunk so-"
"Too much cider?"
"No, Strongbow - anyway, I was juggling fire clubs but ended up catching the hot end with my face."
"Beckers..."
by Josh Butler October 21, 2007
 
6.
a person who says dumb stuff. can have a big cold sore. Is funny without trying to be funny
Your not even a ghost BEcker
I have a bad feeling about this BEcker
by xcjlksdfjlkjfklsdffdggadfg March 08, 2011
 
7.
A CBS sitcom that aired from 1997-2002 that starred Ted Danson as John Becker, an irascable, inner-city Bronx family-practitioner who is always irritated by something. His character is often bitter over the breakup of two marriages and steers away from long-term relationships as a result. His character is an atheist, cheap, stingy, a nicotene addict, drives a beat up clunker and lives in a mediocre apartment under a hooker. Becker found love in the last season with Chris (short for Christine), played by Nancy Travis. The two never got married. The show was cancelled in 2002 and in the last episode, Becker realized his own happiness.

Characters of the show:
Bob: a grungy, sleezy, lazy, pervert who resembles Fonzie from Happy Days and became Becker's aprtment supervisor in the last season. He has a crush on Reggie, the owner of the diner and his former classmate in high school.
Reggie: owned the diner next to Becker's office. Was the love interest of Bob. She is easily annoyed, desperate, sarcastic, lonely and bitter.
Margaret: the head of Becker's front office. She is a loving, harmonious, Christian woman who often advices Becker.
Linda: also works in Becker's front office. She is a bimbo, irrational, lazy and dates only convicts.
Jake: is blind and runs the newspaper stand in Reggie's diner. He is smart, analytical and sarcastic. Often close to Becker.
Chris: Becker's girlfriend in the last season who replaced Reggie as the diner's new owner. She is affectionate, compassionate and the only one who remotely understands Becker.
Becker was the only recent sitcom I actually enjoyed. Too bad it was cancelled without an official series finale.
by krock1dk September 22, 2007