A disease contracted by the overexcessive use of the Dance Dance Revolution
Cody: Dude, Sam just passed out and fell of the dance dance machine!
Ray: Oh, no! He musthave contracted DDR!
Deutsche Demokratische Republik, or German Democratic Republic- the Communist former East Germany which existed from 1949 to 1991.
The DDR was part of the Eastern Bloc.
We put DDR in the system because fucking RD-RAM was too expensive.
Short for Dance Dance Revolution,a highly popular game in Japan,China,etc...Game based on feet mouvements,the more accurate you are,the more points you get,very upbeat music,addictive game.One usually stops at the arcades to play this game at the movies
Nana: Hey,we still have time before the movie starts,what do you want to do?
Yaya: Let's DDR!!
Nana: Good idea!
Double Data Rate (a type of random access memory see RAM
)--The next generation of the current SDRAM. DDR finds its foundations on the same design core of SDRAM, yet adds advances to enhance its speed capabilities. As a result, DDR allows data to be sent on both the rising and falling edges of clock cycles in a data burst, delivering twice the bandwidth of standard SDRAMS. DDR essentially doubles the memory speed from SDRAMs without increasing the clock frequency.
Dude you really need to upgrade your mainboard and go DDR, that PC133 is teh sux
Dance Dance Revolution. the fastest growing game in popularity. the only game that lets you get involved with it rather than just sit there. a screen and 1 or 2 dancepads. it can be played at the arcade or home with a ps2 or xbox. or computer if you have the right equipment. its a game that you make fun of if you're not good at it. or too cowardly to try. or you love if you have the patience and skill to play. it does require skill, like beat recognition, stamina, focus, dexterity, and energy. not a game for the normal gamer.
<pro> : lets go play some DDR
<hater> : nah, im too fat and lazy to try anything that is so incredebly fun.
<pro> : suit yourself .- proceeds to stay cool and play ddr
A kick-ass way of life.
DDR is awesome. Although if you play heavy for too long you could pass out. WHO CARES.