notorious youtube phenominon. teaches us about the days of the week. contemplates which seat to take. gets in a car with an underage driver. likes to be fresh, have cereal, make it down to the bus stop.
guy 1: wanna meet on friday, after thursday?
guy 2: dont go all rebecca black on me. I know my days of the week
by carm anastasia March 16, 2011
One of the worst teen singers that has existed. May or May not be as bad or or worse than Justin Bieber
Have you heard Rebecca Black's song "Friday"?
Nope
She's retarded, don't even bother.
by Snarky Noodles March 23, 2011
Someone who is musically inept, or someone who is just unfathomably stupid.
CAN BE USED AS A NOUN, VERB, AND ADJECTIVE

When it comes to singing, you are the Rebecca Black of our time.

Stop being a Rebecca Black and PICK A DAMN SEAT!

Oh shit cereal on a Friday! I'm Rebecca Blacking out right now!
by afroazn March 16, 2011
Most known for her Youtube video "Friday," Black is a 13-year old girl whose parents payed Ark Music Factory, an indie record label, to have her make a music video. That's right, her parents payed the record label. Not the other way around.

Anyway, she did the video, which basically consisted of this poor girl repeating the word 'Friday,' along with some god-awful lyrics. For example:

Seven a.m., waking up in the morning
Gotta be fresh, gotta go downstairs
Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal
Seein' everything, the time is goin'
Tickin' on and on, everybody's rushin'
Gotta get down to the bus stop
Gotta catch my bus, I see my friends (My friends)

In the video, after she sings the last line, her "friends" (moar 14 year-olds, including one driving the actual car) show up, and she gets a ride from them to school. And at some point in the video, a random black guy starts rapping.

I could not make this shit up. I advise that neither "Friday" nor any of her songs, should be listened to. Ever.
Girl: Hey, did you hear that song by Rebecca Black? The one that goes like 'Friday, Friday, gotta-"

Guy: NO. YOU SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH RIGHT NOW BEFORE MY EARS START BLEEDING PROFUSELY.
by Anon. E. Moosington March 25, 2011
A girl, who, at thirteen years old, released a song called "Friday" on YouTube on February 10, 2011 with Los Angeles, California based independent record label "Ark Music Factory". By March 13, 2011, her video got 2 million hits. This was a result of her name becoming a trending topic on both tumblr and twitter. Overall, the video and song are both extremely terrible. Thus, there was much ridicule and making fun of her and the song for a while after it went viral. Daniel Tosh even mentioned it on his blog and there were numerous covers, renditions, and remixes made of it on the internet.
"Yesterday was Thursday. Today is Friday. Tomorrow is Saturday, and Sunday comes afterwards. really bitch? Really? Did you think that we needed to know that?"
-It's Kinsley Bitch (YouTibe channel) on Rebecca Black's "Friday"
by DaInterwebzzzz March 14, 2011
A 13-year-old singer who knows the order of the days of the week.
Albert: Dude, I'm so glad that tomorrow's Saturday.

Marshall: I know, and the day after that is Sunday!

Albert: .....

Marshall: And yesterday is Thursday!

Albert: .....

Marshall: And today is Friday!

Albert: What the fuck is wrong with you?

Marshall: I just learned it from that Rebecca Black song about fried eggs!

Albert: .....

Marshall: Damn, I want some cereal.
by Kawnliee March 23, 2011
A young girl hoping to become a "new Justin Beiber" with her new song "Friday"

Except for the fact that her lyrics are shit
She can't sing
& she's VERY unattractive.
The only reason people watch her video is to make fun of it.
Rebecca Black: "Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday
Today i-is Friday, Friday (Partyin’)
We-we-we so excited
We so excited
We gonna have a ball today

Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes after...wards
I don’t want this weekend to end"
Scarred listener: Shut the fuck up you 12 year old hoe!
by bitchplease6969696969 March 25, 2011

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