It is the Kool Kids Klub.
Dude, r u part of the KKK?


The Kool Kids Klub

by BeastlyDerek September 03, 2011
Short for Klu Klux Klan. (Klan is purposely misspelled)

The Klu Klux Klan was an organization formed in 1865, attempting to enforce white-christian supremecy through violent acts. Best known for their brutal attacks on african-americans, white robes and conical hats, and the burning of crosses. They think that only white chistians should exist, and believe that they are helping America, when in reality they're just another clique of egotistical pricks who think that their ideals are the best and the only logical ones.
The kkk was responsible for many attacks on african americans during both the Reconstruction Era and the Civil Rights Movement.
by A-person_yay July 22, 2014
{K}ool {K}nitting {K}lan, An intense alliance of professional knitters from all around the nation. Often found wearing spooky ghosty costumes that they have made.
Knitter: Hello brother, Would you like the join KKK?

Black Dude: Hey c'mon now, thats racist yo.

Knitter: (Duck Face)
by Obey Agony May 21, 2012
1) the kool korean kids
2) the kool kuilting klub
hey did you see those kkk kool korean kids? their awesome
by kool korean kid June 11, 2011
Stands for Kool Kids Klub. Often mistaked for the Ku Klux Klan but has no relations to it and best way to make a conversation akward.
Example 1: Son: " Mom im in the KKK!!!!" Mom: "WTF?!?! GO TO YOUR ROOM YOU DAMN RACIST" Example 2: White Boy: "Sup Johnell I'm in the KKK now!" Johnell: "AWWWW HELL NO!!!!!" White Boy: "Did I offend you somehow?"
by GHETTOGOD4567 May 29, 2011
The Kool Kids Klub. Origin: Smosh (Youtube channel)
Hey Little Jimmy do you wanna join the KKK. What's the kkk said Little Jimmy. Its the kool kids klub. Well, then ovcourse!
by chrisphil00 November 04, 2013
The KKK, although widely hated, are one of the few groups that believe in the identity of white people. If you think that whites are meant for anything other than total genetic integration with other races, than I believe that makes you some kind of believer in the ideas of the KKK. And today the KKK isn't powerful, and poses no true threat to most people nowadays.
The KKK are firmly against all other races.
by john doe. July 06, 2006

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