|1.||Royal Holloway Founders|
The 'Royal Holloway Founders' is a sexual position with it's origin being in the Founders hall of residence at Royal Holloway University of London.
Noted as being a "quick an nasty thing, the forbiden pleasure!" by one of the originators, it usually involves one of the partaking members facing the wall of a hall, with their hands held high, whilst the other partaking member emerses himself in the duty of undoing the recievers trousers, and underwear, before giving a reach around, and 'anal pleasure', whilst all the time repeating the word "FOUNDERS!" over and over again.
Arif gave Howard the first ever 'Royal Holloway Founders'.
by The crow that will fucking shit on your head, fuck face Apr 22, 2008 add a video
Originally known by the students of Roger Williams University, Founders Brooks is now only a term in history. It was a two semester long celebration of the narcotic and altered conscious lifestyle. it is now used as a term of reference for any place or time where one attempts to introspectively evaluate oneself. aka-the brook or the entheogenic times.
We went to Founders Brook and didn't make it out for a week
What Would the Founders Do?
Ron Paul always asks "What Would the Founders Do" (WWFD)?
Website InLiberty has the official WWFD wristbands which ask JUST that!
|4.||at the drive in|
along with sunny day real estate, they were the founders of emotive hardcore aka emo music.
Girl: Have you heard of at the drive in?
Guy : Arent they some gay american band
Girl (getting extremly frustrated) : they were one of the founders of emo!!!!
Guy : what as in `oh im soo unhappy,im so emo,im gonna go and slit my wrists`.
Girl : as in emotive hardcore, the music.
Geebs, or Ganja Buckaneers (GB's = Geebs), are people who hover around people @ parties and other social gatherings to try and score free hits in a sesh.
"Eh, Bro, we gotta slide this session outside, or there are gonna be more Geebs than Founders and we're pooched."
A lifestyle business is an enterprise that provides its Founders/Owners with an adequate personal lifestyle but that is all. In other words, it does not represent a game changing, large-scale opportunity that others such as Venture Capital funds can or would participate in—there just isn’t a large enough market, growth is too low or their market share is too small.
“We run one of the most successful east coast VC-funds but a lot of the entrepreneurs who are coming to see us these days are really pitching a lifestyle business which, frankly, we have zero interest in. Even if everything goes exactly right, their growth rate is so low and the overall market is so small that, apart from giving the Founders each a job, there isn’t anything left over for us. We need to see more game-changing opportunities that will provide us with a return on investment that is 10 times what we put in. The only way to get a lifestyle business off the ground is to bootstrap it.”
The Tea Party movement is a grassroots movement of millions of like-minded Americans from all backgrounds and political parties. Tea Party members share similar core principles supporting the United States Constitution as the Founders intended, such as:
• Limited federal government
• Individual freedoms
• Personal responsibility
• Free markets
• Returning political power to the states and the people
As a movement, The Tea Party is not a political party nor is looking to form a third political party any time soon. The Tea Party movement, is instead, about reforming all political parties and government so that the core principles of our Founding Fathers become, once again, the foundation upon which America stands.