"Actor" and director, full name Mellicent Religiosus No Sodomites Please I'm Catholic Gibson, who was born in New York State and made it big in Australia playing a former cop who becomes a hero for a lot of post-Apocalyptic Aussies when you can tell by the look on his face that all he wanted was a Fosters. Often described as anti-Semitic (Jew-hating), and he may very well be ... on a bad day he gives the Jews about one percent of the venom and bile that he reserves for gays. The most consistently homophobic major director of the last twenty years. You don't believe me? Just watch Braveheart, for Chrissakes. Speaking of which, The Passion of the Christ would do as well.

Having said that, he really does have a cute ass.
Quotes from Mel Gibson:

And tell the English ... that they may TAKE our LIEEVES ... but thay'll NEVAHR ... get theer HONDS ... AP oor KELTS!!
- Braveheart (Director's Cut)

Umm ... yes, well, it's a matter of fact that my grandfather was homosexual, and so was that teacher in remedial English that kept giving me detention, and Pontius Pilate, and Satan, and all those guys from South Africa who dumped on the niggers, hey, one of my best buddies was black, you know, and all those Orthodox Jews were homosexual too, and so are the Reform movement, and there are a lot of them out by Alice Springs and Coober Pedy, and I think Martin Luther was homosexual too, yeah, and ...,
- confidentially leaked interview

Danny, c-mere, stick my shoulder joint back in the socket, I'm too pooped, just don't, y'know, get too close, man ...,
- Lethal Weapon 2, Director's Cut

I only hate the Jews when I'm drunk.
- confidentially leaked interview
by Fearman December 15, 2007
10 Words related to Mel Gibson
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now a confirmed anti-semitic, thanks to our good friend alcohol.
Mel Gibson may have been drunk, but what he said must have come from somewhere.
by Adrian August 14, 2006
Australian slang for Colostomy Bag. Probably so-named because the man himself is also full of shit
Couldja hand me a new Mel Gibson mate? My burst and it's staining the carpet.

Cheers!
by Lowtax March 26, 2005
a broken shell of a man that used to be a badass actor before he found jesus. his most recent and controversial film, the passion of the christ, is a very well done piece of art despite the fact it has nothing at all to do with christ's teachings. unfortunately, gibson seems to have lost his marbles. see his diane sawyer interview for proof. recently, gibson criticized the acadamy for awarding "mediocre films." apparently he is also a sore loser, being as the passion garnered not one oscar this year. gibson is best known for playing the title role in "mad max" and its two sequels. despite what people say, mel is not a racist or a nazi, however, his father is an open anti-semite.
mel gibson profited on jesus' death, yay! what a holy man!
by deliman April 10, 2005
Mel Gibson
Born: 3 January 1956
Birthplace: Peekskill, New York
Best Known As: Star of the Lethal Weapon movies
Mel Gibson got his start as an action hero in Mad Max (1979), a low-budget thriller which cast him as a grim, leather-clad ex-cop in a barren Australian future. When he reprised the Mad Max character in a bigger-budget sequel, The Road Warrior (1981), Gibson became an international star. His turn as a goofy rogue cop in 1987's Lethal Weapon cemented his status as Hollywood's leading young blue-eyed action hero. He made three more films in the Lethal Weapon series (1989, 1992 and 1998) and starred in other big-budget action flicks like Air America (1990, with Robert Downey, Jr.) and The Patriot (2000, with Heath Ledger). Gibson also showed a thoughtful side, taking the lead in Hamlet (1990) and directing and starring in the sentimental drama The Man Without a Face (1993). In 1995 he directed, produced and starred as historical hero William Wallace in the swords-and-Scotsmen epic Braveheart, for which Gibson took home Oscars for best director and best picture. His 2004 film about the last hours of Jesus, The Passion of the Christ (starring Jim Caviezel), was a surprise hit but stirred up controversy after critics accused it of anti-semitism. Gibson was born in New York and raised in Australia, which he has continued to make his home. He and his wife, the former Robyn Moore, have seven children.

A devout Catholic, Gibson directed, co-wrote, co-produced and self-financed the $25 million The Passion of the Christ... The Road Warrior was followed by Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome in 1985... Gibson played another historical figure, mutineer Fletcher Christian, in The Bounty (1984); Christian also has been played on-screen by Marlon Brando (Mutiny on the Bounty, 1962) and Clark Gable (Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935).
Mel Gibson
1956-
Mad Max (1979)
Gallipoli (1981)
Lethal Weapon (1987)
Braveheart (1995)
Passion Of The Christ (2004)
by P. redeckis June 04, 2006
Mel Gibson is so hot when he is older.
Carol: Mel Gibson looks hott in signs!
by Rande and Cynthia August 14, 2006
Ah,leave Mel alone.

I guess he has some strange Catho-holic beliefs but he's a well meaning dude.

Mel has made some cool movies and also some stinkers.
I haven't seen the Passion movie but I bet any person of the Jewish faith could get along with the guy.He's not a bad guy.He's not a monster!

If he goes German on you let me know and I'll badmouth the shit out of him.
by come on people September 01, 2004
A drink served in restaurants containing root beer and grenadine (the "cherry" flavor in a cherry coke).
"Can I have a Root Beer and can you add grenadine in it as if it were a cherry coke?"

"Oh so ... you want a Mel Gibson?"

"Oh. Yeah."
by TakewhatIhave June 29, 2006

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