A person most widely known for the fat that forms mainly around their ass as a result of the ingestion of McDonalds
While found in other countries, the McFatAss tends to breed most successfully in America. They are most comfortable in packs of 3 or 4. However, their shitty 1991 Honda Civics don't usually allow the easy transportation of these packs. Their natural enemy is the scale, stair-masters, gyms, P.E. teachers, movie theatre seats, airline seats, single servings, and anything healthy.
In their natural habit, (a McDonalds of course)they can be very easy going and possibly friendly.
DON'T BE FOOLED! For as soon as the McFatAss is out of its comfort zone, it will attack! The most common form of attack has been biting!
The McFatAss is usually not born fat. It usually develops a sweet tooth for fast food later in life. However, if two McFatAss mates (usually unsuccsessful because one of the two will either have a heart attack, or be crushed to death by the other)they will create a McFatAss baby! The McFatAss baby is very cute when first born. However, that cuteness will soon turn into an ugly McFatAss.
There were a few rare occasions where I actually saw 2 McFatAss females prostituting themselves in front of a McDonald'd Driv...
Group of losers that buy honda civics and get matching stickers and drive around thinking they are badasses.
Victor just joined the Honda gang
by anonymous Mar 10, 2003 add a video
(Ricer: from the latin word Ricarius meaning to suck at everything you attempt)more...
A person who makes unecessary modifications to their most often import car (hence the term "rice") to make it (mostly make it look) faster. The most common modifications are (but not limited to):
- Huge exhaust that serves no purpose but to make the car louder
- Large spoiler on the back that looks like something Boeing made for the 747
- Lots of after-market company stickers they don't have parts from, but must be cool
- Expensive rims that usually cost more than the car itself
- Bodykit to make the car appear lower, usually accented with chicken wire
- Clear tail lights and corner signals
- A "performace intake"- a tube that feeds cold air to their engine usually located in areas of excessive heat (behind or on top of the engine)
- Most of these riced cars (a.k.a. rice rockets or rice burners) are imports; Honda Civics, Accords, Integras, CRXs, RSXs, Del Sols Mitsubishi Eclipses, Lancers, Subaru Imprezas, however there are some domestics such as Chevrolet Caviliers, Dodge Neons, Ford Focus; small, slow, economy cars designed specifically to go slow. Please note that some Supras, Skylines, WRX's and other higher performance imports are designed to go fast, and are therfore not always considered rice. It really depends on the severity of the case.
The "ricer" attempts to make their car "performance" by adding the modifications listed above. These ricers are not confined...
Previously used to describe japanese and asian import motorcycles, this term is now mainly used to describe asian import cars that have been modified to either increase performance or greatly alter the visual style. This includes turbos, engine swaps, rediculously large spoilers, etc. Honda Civics and Acura Integras are the poster children for the term 'Rice Rocket.'
Once I put this double-decker spoiler on my old beat up Honda Civic, I'll be able to waste any new car! And these SiR stickers will add lots of horsepower to my rice rocket too! This neon glowkit will surely get my car highlighted on RiceRocket.com! Maybe I should put spinners on the whells and lower it while I'm at it...
Honda Civic is a well built family sedan/car, a japanese car to be exact; however it's reputation (along with several import makes and models) has been tarnished due to the media and the younger generation of our time. This simple family sedan has been turned by naive teens into something of a "street race car" which it isn't meant to be. This reputation however isn't hurting the Honda Corp. as instead it help them on the sales of the Civics in the automobile market. It however has hurt several innocent owners of Civics who are only after the vehicles very good gas mileage, reliability, and resale value. It is just sad to see that people (including police officers) see Civics and Civic owners as speeders or racers. You should just remember, NOT ALL ARE!
I don't know what their parents have been feeding them, maybe too much rice, but these kids otta know that their Honda Civic is really a family sedan not a sport car.
Persians in honda civics all day!
Look at that v-tech!
A very fashionable car that makes you look "environmentally conscious." People also think the fuel economy is unbelievably amazing.
The fact is, however, that if you are really interested in saving the environment and gas, a regular subcompact is a much better choice. Older subcompacts such as the Geo Metro, some Honda Civics, the Toyota Tercel, and so on actually got equal or better gas mileage, often above 50 mpg. There is also no electric motor or batteries to mess with, so they are cheaper and easier to fix. These reliable little cars are so cheap to buy and maintain today that it is ridiculous to claim a new Prius saves money.
They also have zero environmental impact, since the are already manufactured. In addition, hybrids' gigantic battery packs full of lead, toxic heavy metals and acid, screw the environment so badly that some people have calculated that a Hummer H3 has less environmental impact.
Also, conventional cars can be hundreds of pounds lighter without the batteries. Performance (and fuel economy) is improved. There is also more room/fewer ugly bulges/ lower aerodynamic profile without a battery pack.
However, this will not convince the liberals who only want to LOOK like they are on the right path.
Liberal nerd: "Everyone should own a Prius! It just makes sense! I can't believe it gets 45 mpg! I'm really just self-interested, because it will save me $$ in the long run!"
Liberal nerd who knows something about cars: Dude, my 1992 Honda Civic VX gets 60 mpg, and it looks better even though it's 17 years old. I bought it for $500 and I can do all the maintenance myself. It can also dust your battery pack on wheels.
Nerd 1: Hey, it's worth it for the status it gives me.