A fairly stupid, bad writer that sleeps with donkeys and hobos. Also a term for that kid in class that always either poops his pants before second period or screams that he has his "man period".
Kid A: Did you see that Niffenegger?
Kid B: Yeah, he's as crazy as bat shit.
Pig: Boy, that cow is a Niffenegger.
Sheep: Sure enough.
|2.||Reality Show Writer|
(n) An easy way out of explaining unemployment or a euphemism for being unemployed.
Jill: So what exactly do you do for a living?
Michael: I'm a Reality Show Writer.
Jill: Wow, that sounds very interesting.
Michael: Well, it's actually quite boring, if you must know.
An OCD technical writer who is also a party animal.
I was hanging at a boring function and then it turned into a party when a Pacetti lit up the room like a spaceship with all the grammar education!
ABS (Author's Boredom Syndrome): When a writer gets the compulsive yearning to jot something down--anything!--due to a pressing sheer boredom. Could be poetry, a story idea, brainstorming, etcetera. More than half of the time, however, the end result will be mediocre because it was forced in order to conquer boredom.
"Man, work was boring as hell. what a long ass today. if it wasn't for my ABS, I don't think I could've made it."
"So, babe, did you write anything today?"
"Damn! You usually only do one, two at the most."
"I was bored out of my mind, so my ABS kicked in. Chances are, they all suck."
The most annoying, boring, useless, yet highly regarded subject in all levels of school.
Why am I taking math if I want to be a writer?
|6.||rock n roll|
To quote Bill Haley, who prety much invented rock, it is volatile mix of country and pop. At least, originally it was. It has its roots with black R&B dudes and folk singer type guys. Then white people started mixing it with country & pop (see above), and it started to become rock 'n' roll. Starting in the mid '50s, people such as Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presely, and others created a whole new genre. In teh early '60s, surf bands like the Beach Boys and others started chaning it a bit. y the late '60s, it started to lose sight of its purpose. Hippies started transforming it from realtively short and fast songs into long, slow, boring songs about God-knows-what. By the '70s, bands like the Ramones starting to bring it back to its roots, only with a harder edge. Around this time, metal was created. Metal is hardly rock. Then it got pop-ified in the '80s, then it transformed into a bland, repetitive, boring commerical music in the '90s, finally being pashed out of mainstream society by metalheads and ganster rap people.
1. Lou Reed is a great writer. His song, Rock 'n' Roll, is a great song.
2. The Ramones saved rock.
A film owing much of it's genius to Roger Avary in opposed to Quentin Tarantino. Quentin Tarantino did direct the film but tried to screw Roger out of it by attempting to deny him a writing credit.
Quentin and Roger's partnership has since failed and it's quite evident that Tarantino's films have gone downhill. Jackie Brown, and the 2 Kill Bill's are boring films, praised by Tarantino geeks simply because QT directed it and not because they like it.
Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs are 2 very good movies. Jackie Brown and the Kill Bill's are not.