"Bottom Feeder" is also a common term within the Mobile Disc Jockey Industry for those Mobile DJ's who are not concerned with professionalism, improving their skills or learning anything new. They put little or no preparation into their performances and only obtain clients by underbidding other companies and offering the lowest price. They do not use proper equipment and provide no backup equipment or music library and usually have no insurance. Consumers fall prey to the financially appealing sales pitch and do not find out until their event, that they got no bargain.
DJ's that charge $150 to do a wedding are bottom feeders!
by AD TMM March 28, 2008
A person like bust, will often run away from bars tabs, drive east on I-80, ask his friends for more money to pay the whores. Bust will take his girlfriend to in-n-out burger acting like they take debit cards, he will go through the drive through and order, when it comes time to pay he says, "oops I only have my card, I guess we cant pay." Bust also lives in a garage with stuart little and he hits duche from behind. The guy is a bottom feeder.
by blom April 07, 2006
A male or female who hooks up with their friend's ex-boy/girlfriend because they are easy access as a relationship is already established.
Tim and Steve were quick to talk shit about Emily, but when she and Rick broke up the two bottom-feeders even quicker to move in on her for an easy lay.
by Anonymous Linguist 57 October 18, 2008
Groupie or Moupie (male groupies), DJ whore, Stalker. Individual who follows the DJ of a club or a band in cult like form. Trustfund baby or wanna be industry person with no talent who feeds off the performer's fame in order to elevate their own worth. Delusional follower and parasite.
"That bottomfeeder was insisting she was on the guest list and demanded to speak the the band."
by Tinatinatina May 09, 2006
Someone who is willing to do just about anything to get a deal. It doesn't matter if what they're buying is junk, if they feel that the price is good, they'll do anything to get the deal (including standing in long-lines for hours and clipping dozens of coupons to physical violence and door crashing).
(Between two salesmen) Yep, we've got this $39 off-brand DVD player for all of the bottom feeders. Don't try to upsell them on anything else, just ring them up and get them the hell out of our store. We'll see them again when it breaks after two weeks of use, then we'll get them into a entry level piece.
by ColtC August 16, 2005