Originally a liquid headache medicine, until it was realized that it tastes oh-so sweet. (Though it does cure headaches still) Now sold internationally, and has become a sponsor of most movie theatres, which sucks, because before you can watch your movie, you have to watch 20 minutes of Coca-Cola ads. I love coke, but show me my damn movie.
"Oy! I got a headache!"
"Here, have a coke! It's refreshing!"
A preservative sometimes used in frozen food, particularly western-style Chinese cuisine.
Can cause headaches or other symptoms in some consumers.
I only eat Chinese food fresh at restaurants, because the MSG in the frozen meals makes my head throb all night.
An adverse side effect of staring at a computer monitor eight hours a day, five days a week.
(1)A drink that often burns when consumed by itself, but goes good mixed with various sodas (see: pepsi, coke, 7-up) and sometimes even water. Straight shots are smoother if chilled, and some whiskeys such as Seagram's Seven can be consumed straight by even those with the weakest stomachs.
(2)A drink which makes old men's I.Q.s increase exponentially after every shot, eventually leading to a bar full of omniscient men who can't even begin to consider that for once they might just be wrong.
(3)Something good to come out of Canada.
Beer gives me headaches, so this was my only alternative.
I can afford to drink Crown Royal!
Shit...someone run to town and get another case of pepsi.
Abbreviation for the chemical monosodium glutamate, the forumla is:more...
This chemical is an additive which is used in many types of foods including pre-packaged foods such as Doritos and Cheetos, as well as fresh foods such as Chinese and Japanese cuisine. It is usually found most abundantly in ramen.
The FDA classifies MSG as safe - however, some people do have reactions to the substance that include headaches, nausea, etc. Additionally, some people feel that MSG is a widespread cause of cancer, suicide, and the like (for example: www.msgtruth.org). These allegations are regarded by most scientists as complete nonsense], and the allegations are made only by "off-the-wall" scientific groups, these groups being not unlike fundamentalist]s in terms of absurdity.
Contrary to popular belief and the other definitions found here, MSG is primarily used in order to stimulate the sensory taste umami]. (American]s, of course, do not using words that are not "American", and thus bastardized the word into "savoriness".)
In Asian cuisine, MSG is used abundantly only in cheaper or pre-packaged foods. In finer Asian cuisine, MSG ...
Funniest cartoon character in years! He's naive yet shows signs of intelligence which his friend Patrick Star lacks. Also works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab making Krabbie Patties!
Spongebob gives neighbor Squidward many headaches!
A derisive term for computer geeks who proffer 3 fundamental beliefs:
1) Microsoft can do no wrong and is right and admirable to pursue dominance by any means necessary.
2) There are NO other viable computing/development platforms.
3) That successful marketing by Microsoft has not influenced their computing/technology choices.
The term "Billion" is a combination of 'Bill' (Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and it's most recognizable face) and 'Legion'. So, "billion" = "Bill's Legions." Also, it's a play on the idea that such people eagerly add billions of dollars to Mr. Gates' fortunes.
"His anti-Open Source tirade was spoken like a true Billion."
"My life as a Billion has not been without it's share of viruses and installation headaches."
"No self-respecting Billion would be caught dead using a Macintosh."