In Northern Ireland the term black bastards is usually used to describe members of the unionist community, in particular those who serve with the police. It can also refer to staunch loyalists of British rule and people from the unionist community. The name originates from the marching Loyal order called the Royal Black Institution.
a shitty, 13-year-old singer who released a song called "Friday" in which she gives us an explaination of which order the days of the weeks are ("Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes afterwards") and in which she also can't make up her mind in which seat to sit in on her friends car.
Basically, she makes Justin Bieber sound good.
Person 1: Hey did you hear Rebecca Black's new song?
Person 2: No *listens*
A 13-year-old singer who knows the order of the days of the week.
Albert: Dude, I'm so glad that tomorrow's Saturday.
Marshall: I know, and the day after that is Sunday!
Marshall: And yesterday is Thursday!
Marshall: And today is Friday!
Albert: What the fuck is wrong with you?
Marshall: I just learned it from that Rebecca Black song about fried eggs!
Marshall: Damn, I want some cereal.
Rebecca Black is essentially the female counterpart to Justin Bieber. Before the release of her music video called "Friday" on February 10, 2011, she was an unknown singer. She didn't gain much popularity until mid-March, coincidently, on a Friday.
The video and singing are so terribly bad that people are driven to share it with others, just so that they can have a laugh. However, many people feel the need to cut their ears off after experiencing the effects of god-awful auto-tuning on a prepubescent abomination to music.
The only plus sides to her video "Friday" are that anyone who listens to it will immediately learn 4 days of the week and the order they go in. During this process, however, people also tend to pick up poor grammar, saying things like "We we we so excited". People have also said that thanks to her video, they have learned how to make life altering decisions, such as choosing a seat in a car full of teens.
Overall both the music video and the singing are dreadful, and hopefully for society's sake, the whole thing was a massive prank, to which a congratulations is in order for making people think music had really degraded to such a level. If the video was real, then God help us all!
Oww, my ears haven't hurt this much since I heard Rebecca Black's song "Friday"
That girl is the Rebecca Black of this whole choir
I think this song is more auto-tuned than Rebecca Black's "Friday". (LOL jk)
Rapper or completely random black person appearing in a pop song in order to give white artists a false sense of street cred
"I be her backup black" - original lyric in Rebecca Black's "Friday" (seriously it fits right into that rap)
"Yeah (rapper X) is the backup black on that song"
See other Ark Music Factory creations - Alana Lee "Butterflies"
Justin Bieber "Baby" feat. Ludacris
Justin "I'm black on the inside" Timberlake "Chop Me Up" feat. Three 6 Mafia
Britney Spears "(I Got That) Boom Boom" feat. Yin Yang Twins
Christina Aguilera "Dirrty" feat. Redman
Big Time Rush "Boyfriend" feat. Snoop Dogg
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Black and Tan is a drink made from a blend of pale ale, usually Bass Pale Ale, and a dark beer such as a stout or porter, most often Guinness. Sometimes a pale lager is used instead of ale; this is usually called a half and half. Contrary to popular belief, however, Black and Tan as a mixture of two beers is not a drink commonly consumed in Ireland. Indeed, the drink has image problems in parts of Ireland and elsewhere due to the association with the Royal Irish Constabulary Reserve Force which was sent into Ireland in the early 1920s and nicknamed the Black and Tans.
In the Republic of Ireland a Black and Tan is normally made from a half pint of Smithwick's topped off with Guinness. This version is also sometimes referred to as a "Blacksmith" or a "Light and Bitter". During the summer months stout drinkers may order a black and tan due to its lighter texture. Likewise ale drinkers may order a Smithwick's with a Guinness head. This is an ordinary pint of Smithwick's with the last inch or so topped off with Guinness.
Example (A Great Irish Song): I was born on a Dublin street where the Royal drums did beat,more...
And the loving English feet walked all over us;
And every single night, when me father'd come home tight,
He'd invite the neighbours outside with this chorus:
Oh, come out you Black and Tans;
Come out and fight me like a man;
Show your wife how you won medals down in Flanders;
Tell her how the I.R.A. made you run like hell away
From the green and lovely lanes in Killeshandra.
Come, tell us how you slew
Them ol' Arabs two by two;
Like the Zulus, they had spears and bows and arrows;
How you bravely faced each one,
With your sixteen pounder gun,
And you frightened them poor natives to their marrow.
Come, let us hear you tell
How you slandered great Parnell,
When you thought him well and truly persecuted,
Where are the sneers and jeers
That you bravely let us hear,
When our heroes of sixteen were executed.
The day is coming fast
And the time is here at last,
When each shoneen will be cast aside before us;
And, if there be a need,
Sure my kids will sing "Godspeed!",
With a bar or two of Stephen Behan's chorus.
when you black out, and hook up with a black person.
Devin: I got so drunk last night I passed out and fell down a hill.
John: Oh man, that sucks. You might've double blacked.
Devin: What's that?
John: Its when you black out and hook up with a black person. Order doesn't matter.