When someone wears jeans AND a jean jacket and/or more articles of clothing made of 'jean'.
"Good God, look at that guy!"
"Yea, talk about double denim!"
dry humping, a favorite past time of high schoolers and those waiting for marriage, jean jammin does not require participants to be actually in jeans, any fabric seperation is acceptable, but of course the "double denim" jean jam is a classic and feared by all men
I was trying to get with this ho, but we ended up just jean jammin for like 2 hours and my shit was raw
|3.||jean claude van damme|
Jean Claude Van Damme nicknamed "The Muscles From Brussels" born in Belgium is one of the worlds greatest martial arts movie stars. Van Damme got his first shot at the screens by doing a jump round-house kick infront of a producer as he left a hotel after having dinner, in turn the producer gave him a shot a the Hollywood screens. Since then Van Damme has gone on to create awesome martial arts movies like:
In HELL (2003), Black Eagle (1988), Bloodsport (1988), Cyborg (1989), Death Warrant (1990), Desert Heat (1999), Double Impact (1991), Double Team (1997), Hard Target (1993), Kickboxer (1989), Knock Off (1998), Legionnaire (1998), Lionheart (1990), Maximum Risk (1996), Monk, The (2001), No Retreat No Surrender (1985), Nowhere to Run (1993), Replicant (2001), Street Fighter: The Movie (1995), Sudden Death (1995), The Quest (1996), Timecop (1994), Universal Soldier (1992), Universal Soldier: The Return (1999)
Jean Claude Van Damme is a legend to martial arts and training martial artists all over the world. He is a isperation to all. Great Guy
Many thing HC has to do with being Emo but its not.. They just have the same style..more...
a Hardcore kid is classified as any person that listens to the Hardcore, Post Hardcore and Grindcore genres in particular...
an HxC kids style...
Normally Tight Fitting Band T's
Differant Color Hair
Chuck Taylor converse or Slip on Vans
However there are still tons of hardcore kids that dont follow that trend... Like me for example..
Hardcore music is defined by... A Screaming genre of punk were there are severe tempo changes, screaming, drop D tuned guitars, drop C tuned guitars, Amazing drumming normally suggested by there amazing double bass and dirty cords galore from the guitars...
some good examples of hxc bands are...
Black Dalhia Murder more metalcore then hardcore
As I Lay Dying
Sick of it All
Ion Dissonance more grindcore
those are just a few examples...
Now on to HxC Dancing..
Hardcore dancing is in some styles just idiots hitting the air, but some styles of hardcore dance are very un...
A threesome involving two blonde participants, generally wrapped around a lucky black participant. Inspired by "jean tuxedo" (denim jacket & blue jeans).
"Did you hear than Marisa Miller and Heidi Klum double-teamed Seal? I'd give anything to see THAT blonde tuxedo!"
"Apparently Timberlake and Diaz broke up after he asked Halle Berry if she'd like to slip on a blonde tuxedo."
We sure do love Missouri. Thing is though, we've never left. Everything youd ever need is right here in our big ole' state. On family vacations, we go to branson. When we need a drug fix, we just go next door and get our daily dose of methamphetamine from buck. he sure knows how to cook it. we have 13 kids and one on the way. aged from 3 months to 30 years old, all with different last names...here we go: lou ann, Jed Jr., Jed III, ray, bobbi ray, billy jean, billy jo, trixie, the twins: tammy ray & tammy fay, linda kay, peggy sue, and earlene. we sure do love our childs, and we have 86 grandchilds. our doublewide is chocked full of people. we also have 19 dogs, 36 cats, and two fish. we also have a new goat. if you ever want to see somewhere beautiful, you should see the sun set over our pot field. its wonderfully romantic (thats where 11 of our children were conceived). need a vacation? y'all come see us now, y'hear?
We all wear matching shirts when we go to branson, missouri & we always have to take roll when we go to and from walmart and mcdonalds.
Jedidiah: lou ann, Jed Jr., Jed III, ray, bobbi ray, billy jean, billy jo, trixie, tammy ray & tammy fay, linda kay, peggy sue, and earlene?
Lou ann: here.
jed jr: sure thang.
Jed 3: huh?
ray: my nose is bleedin.
bobbi ray: daddy whatchu doin?
billy jean: you best shutup boy.
billy jo: im gonna hit you in the head if you dont quit it.
trixie: wheres my cigs daddy?
tammy ray: here.
tammy fay: present.
linda kay: who ate a quarter pound of my angus?
peggy sue: daddy, MY BABYS COMIN!
earlene: holy crap! that doesnt look like the movies,
peggy sue. that looks like an alien!
|7.||Frying the Coke|
A situation in a movie wherein the protagonist(s) are saved from a normally unsurvivable situation by covering themselves, ducking behind, wearing, or using a product that has been shamelessly plugged into the scene.
The phrase originates from Doug Walker's (of thatguywiththeglasses.com fame) Nostalgia Critic review of "Double Team"(1997) a film starring Dennis Rodman, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Mickey Rourke. Directed by Hark Tsui.
The scene that inspired the phrase originates from the film "Double Team"(1997) Wherein the main protagonists of the film are saved from a colossal explosion by ducking behind a Coke (Coca-Cola) vending machine. Hence "Frying the Coke"
Alt: "I hate when they Fry the Coke in a movie, it's just stupid."
Alt 2: "They sure Fried the Coke in that one."
Alt 3: "I wish Hollywood would stop Frying the Coke and just focus on the damn movie."
Potential alternative examples comes from the films: Evolution (2001): Wherein Head and Shoulders Shampoo saves the world from aliens
Jurassic Park (1993): Wherein one of the main protagonists uses a Unix OS to lock the door to the main control room stopping a Velociraptor from entering.
The phrase is very akin to "Nuking the Fridge" but with the addition of product placement.