to hang around with your friends.
person1: so where do you plot?
person2: mostly down camden lock.
person1: ah I love it there!
1. The story of a work of fiction
2. A conspiracy/treason/etc.
3. When someone's asscrack shows through their pants
4. The ass of a 4th-gen (Friendship Is Magic (Awesome)) My Little Pony
1. Twilight doesn't have a plot.
The plot from The Usual Suspects
2. I think someone's plotting to steal all my money...
It's a plot by the government, man!
3. I couldn't stop staring at her plot.
4. I watch it for the plot!
(n.) The rump of a fourth-generation My Little Pony
Brony, when questioned about why he watches the show: "I swear, I watch it for the plot!"
Twilight is a piece of crap with no plot.
Something that Michael Bay
tries to avoid at all cost. Even when confronted.
Screenwriter: Do you know of anyone interested in directing my screenplay?
Michael Bay: I could do it.
Screenwriter: Really? It will be a challenge. There are over fifteen characters with fleshed out backgrounds and over 10 different detailed settings in which the story takes place, not to mention the mutiple plot twists and character developments.
Michael Bay: Any explosions?
Screenwriter: Nope. None at all.
Michael Bay: *checks schedule* Yeah I just realized I'm busy on that date.
Screenwriter: But I didn.......
Michael Bay: O.K. bye!
*Michael Bay runs away*
The stuff you fast forward through to get to the sex scenes in a pr0n
Dammit, "Candy", I don't care about your acting career. Screw the plot building, and nail someone already.
Otaku term for Boobs
Highschool DxD Video
"I watch it for the plot"
The part between the explosions and nudity. The proper role of plot is to provide relief from the heavier material and give the audience a few seconds to use the restroom or get some popcorn. At its worst, plot is often depended upon by indie movies, which lack either the budget or the creativity to do a feature film. Another tool these inferior productions often use to mask their incompetency is character development.
1)The ending was good, but the first half of the movie was bogged down in plot.
2)"Wont the audience be overwhelmed when we cut from the jumping from the Empire State Building to the Chrysler Building scene to the three-way lesbian scene?""We could transition with a 30-second plot scene.""Good idea!"