a B-actor is an actor hired to act in B-movies. B-actors are generally less well-known but not necessarily less talented than top actors. Many famous movie stars began their careers as B-movie actors, such as John Wayne. Others, such as Bruce Campbell, who incorporated the term into the title of his auto-biography, have embraced it
-i just love kevin costner
-how can you possible love that B-actor?!
A B-stache belongs to anyone sporting a moustache reminiscent of a stache found in a B-movie, especially an 80's B-movie. The bestowing of a B-stache is often enhanced by naming a specific B-movie or B-movie actor that the B-stache most closely brings to mind.
Did you see that guy? That was a Smokey and the Bandit B-stache!
adj. Someone who often acts in a very homosexual fashion, who resembles a beetle and/or who has a high hairline at a young age. It is the word "brown" but spelt out to add emphasis on the homosexuality of the person in question. B.r.o.w.n.s' hobbies generally include pirating DVDs and performing brownrubs (see "brownrub"). Oftentimes, b.r.o.w.n.s can be found within a circle of b.r.o.s.
Ugh! James Woods is such a B.r.o.w.n., although he is a good actor.
An actor/actress who was popular for a brief period of time but stooped staring in major works.
They are essestially the opposite of an "A-list actor" which is somebody at the hight of their popularity in Hollywood
Person 1- Hey look it's Matthew Perry!
Person 2- Who the hell is he?
Person 1- He was the guy that played Chandler on "Friends"
Person 2- Oh right
Person 1- He's kind of a B-list actor now.
M.O.B is an acronym made famous by rapper Tupac Shakur which stands for "Money over Bitches." M.O.B is best thought of as being a philosophy which denotes that a man who wants true power must always put money first and women second.
A similar philosophy was also espoused by the fictional gangster "Tony Montana," played by actor Al Pacino in the movie Scar Face, in which he said that in this country(the USA), first you get the money, then the power, and then the women.
From an evolutionary biological perspective, men will compete for females, and females will compete for resources, that is, men that can provide them with security.
Men who choose to chase women first, before they have cemented their wealth and status, waste precious time and energy, because even if they are successful in finding a female in this state, this female will in all likelihood trade up to a better man if she meets a man who is wealthier than her current man, and will leave him.
Men of low status who manage to acquire attractive females through charm and wit are at risk of losing these females when faced with a male of higher status that has more resources and or charm and wit. By focusing on resources, aka money, first, a man increases the likelihood that not only can he attract the most beautiful females, but keep them and pass down his genes.
My buddy asked me if I thought his girl was cheating on him. In response, I asked him the following questions.
Do you have a job?
He responds by saying "no."
Do you live at home with your parents?
He responds by saying "yes."
Do you spend a lot of time with her?
He says "no."
Does she have an ex boyfriend who has more money than you?
He says "yes."
My final conclusion to my friend was that, more than likely, she is cheating on him, and to avoid having this happen in the future, he must follow M.O.B.
Acronym for closeted gay actor Bradley Cooper. It stands for Victor Garber's Bottom Bitch. Bradley Cooper dated actor Victor Garber and was subsequently cast on Alias. Term originated in the gossip community "Oh No They Didn't" in 2009.
V.G.B.B. at the Spain premiere for The Hangover.
An incorrect variation on the exclaimation "D'oh."
As seen in the Simpsons episode "Burns' Heir," when Burns tried to convince Bart that his family doesn't miss him, and hires actors to portray them on a video feed. But, the Homer actor flubs his lines, saying "B'oh" instead of "D'oh."
Homer Actor: (odd voice) I do not miss Bart at all.
Marge Actor: (odd voice) I am glad he's gone.
Lisa Actor: (odd voice) As am I.
Homer Actor: (drops) sandwich B'oh!