The opposite of a pussytator. When a dictator and pussytator get together, they make babytators.
The dictator was too huge for the little pussytator.
a : one holding complete autocratic control
b : one ruling absolutely and often oppressively
Ivo Robotnik and Emperor Palpatine are examples of dictators.
George Bush is one....
"He's a right George Bush!"
A type of ruler who exercises total power over EVERYTHING, and typically has cruel punishments toward those who have even the slightest opinion against him.
Dictators are quite common in communist countries and third-world countries. No one will admit it, but George W Bush is not a dictator. How is he a dictator? Dictatorship is not allowed in the USA.
"The reason this definition was removed:
BUSH IS A DICTATOR. GET THE FACTS STRAIGHT YOU FUCKIN' REDNECK
Or something in that context. You know what, I think I'm gonna stop coming here on Urban Dictionary. You win. Seriously, anything intelligent or unbiased is not accepted in Urban Dictionary, when in fact it should be. It's as if there are more quality control fanatics than there are people who post definitions. I found out that a lot of my definitions were removed for the stupidest of reasons. You make me sick. If you want me to leave, so be it. Fuck you guys."
A guy who spectates dicks.
"DUDE! STOP BEING A DICTATOR! GET UR EYES OF MY WONG!"
Another name for M.Bison the would be world "dictactor" and leader of shadaloo from Street Fighter games.
In Japan, the character was named Vega, derived from the star of the same name. However, during localization of Street Fighter II for the English language market, Capcom's North American branch felt that the name sounded non-threatening to North American audiences for the game's final boss, and was more suitable for the androgynous bullfighter Balrog. At this same time another concern arose that the name of another character, Mike Bison, conceived as a parody of real-life boxer Mike Tyson, would be a legal liability for Capcom. As a result, the characters swapped names, and the game's final boss was dubbed General M. Bison for English language appearances of the character.2
In the context of the western versions, the initial in the name "M. Bison" is given the meaning 'Master' though some games, such as X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and Street Fighter EX, omit it and simply refer to the character as Bison.
Dictator is now used to avoid any of this confusion.