Short as hell, stocky, loud smartass, Asian, most biased and racist Dawgventer.
When you see some lame ass up in the club, you say "Damn my negro, look at that Nobu up in the corner dancing by himself about to pass the F out."
By far the coolest conductor on the face of the Earth. Born in Osaka Japan. Makes frequent use of the words "Sustinution" and "Firmater." Conducts the UWEC Symphony Orchestra. Full name: Nobuyoshi Yasuda.
Nobu rules! By day he conducts, by night he sleds on a cookie sheet!
Well-suited dykes who rank in business, government or media and who move as a pack.
I was going to stay at the party longer, but all the Power Lesbians headed out to Nobu.
1.) A famous statue of a faithful dog in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan. The story goes that every day, this dog (named Hachiko) would follow a Todai professor to the train, wait for him to return from his job, and then walk home with him. Well, one day the professor died in an accident, but Hachiko kept coming to the train station and waiting for him there. To honor Hachiko, the statue was built, and it is a popular meeting place for young people.
2.) A general term for a loyal person.
3.) The nickname of a character in the manga Nana.
1. Hey, let's meet up by Hachiko at 7:00.
2. Monica didn't divorce her scum husband...I dunno, she sure is a hachiko.
3. Why the hell didn't Hachiko pick Nobu? Stupid girl.
Hub Culture is the emerging culture defined by the rise of post-national, globalized citizens who live and work between the world's major hubs and interact in real life with others from shared perspectives.
The term includes perspectives that these groups tend to share in common, including harmonized viewpoints on culture, class, social responsibility, globalization, social cohesion and social networks.
The term first emerged in a book published in 2002 called Hub Culture: The Next Wave of Urban Consumers, which then grew into a loose collective network and a stylized aesthetic.
Hub Culture is largely considered to be one of the first visible impacts of social globalization - an emerging globalization meme following in the footsteps of economic globalization.
Hub Culture includes trends that migrate quickly through urban centers on a global basis, often based on higher-end aesthetics.
Hub Culture people live, commute or travel regularly between multiple world cities.
Many Hub Culture people genetically and culturally identify with more than one city outside of a single country.
Third Culture kids
Globalized aesthetics that are not necessarily American influenced - such as Nobu - a restaurant concept featuring a mix of Peruvian and Japanese, or Skype - a Scandinavian company that connects heavy global users.
Lulamtoti (Loo-luh-mo-tee): Lulamtoti is a combination of the Zulu words Mtoti (meaning: sweet) and Lula (meaning: Simple). The Lulamtoti style can range from a simple sweet to super cute look. Lulamtoti Udolies wear warm light colours and incorporate bows, flowers, headbands, various cute designs on the face such as hearts, butterflies and swirl designs to create a look so sweet it’s sure to cause cavities.
Udoli (u-do-lee) meaning doll or toy in the Zulu language is a modern tribal doll like style inspired by African and Caribbean culture. Lulamtoti
Koko is a type of Udoli
Udoli (u-do-lee) meaning doll or toy in the Zulu language is a modern tribal doll like style inspired by African and Caribbean culture.
Koko: Koko meaning “wild” in Swahili is a fierce wild style that incorporates a lot of vibrant colours and eye-popping make-up. The Koko Udolies are not afraid to mix it all up, using every colour of the rainbow to create a style so fierce they are bound to turn head.