Cool People, or Hipsters, who belong to an Eponymous Society, where all members have the same name. Hip-eponymous is the next logical step to Googling your own name. You find and friend everyone with your name, and start a group, such as the "Your Name" Society.
I have my own Hip-eponymous group on FaceBook, everyone has the same name as me. ^_^
NDN was the nickname of a great brown buffalo of a man from Tulsa, OK; as the eponymous Brown Buffalo of Hunter S. Thompson's works (HST's attorney, Oscar Zeta Acosta), NDN was one of God's prototypes - never intended for mass-production. With a legendary appetite for life, drink, food, and fun, NDN was an icon in several distinct national sub-communities of gamer-nerds, carnival geeks, chicks with blue hair, fire-eaters, sword-swallowers, nipple-piercers, the hirsuite, the corpulent, the French, the verbose, fans of certain touring bands named after famous firearms, and the ambiguously perverse. To this day, if you drink enough Jaggermeister to hallucinate, it is alleged that you will have a vision of The NDN...even if you've never met the man. He was a legend, and when he shuffled off this mortal coil it was as if the last of the great primeval beasts had roared once more to remind the world of his presence, and then faded into the obscurity of anecdote to sleep forever more.
Also known as Jeronimous MacFargyle to his dozens of besotted clanmates, and as Freight Train to people who may have shot at him in a mostly harmless sporting sort of way, he is remembered most fondly by people with similar jolly-pirate nicknames.
A real live Urban Legend. Yogi would be proud.
(Overheard from any number of random people without any logical connection)
"NDN? Big dude, looks like the Bodhisattva...only inebriated?"
"Hey, I think he delivered my sister's baby..."
"Dude he can spit fire! I love that guy."
"No, dude N-D-N; the man is so hip he doesn't really require vowels."
"Like the tetragrammaton?"
"Yeah...kinda. 'IMDNDN' he used to say."
A mid-tempo electronic music genre that blends breakbeat, funk, hip-hop, and bass music. Could perhaps be seen as a modified form of "nu-funk" or "breakbeat" in itself. The underground movement is best represented by the eponymous blog www.ghettofunk.co.uk, which also releases exclusive promotions for artists of the scene.
Pat: Did you hear the latest Ghetto Funk EP?
Sam: Yeah, Slynk killed it with some funky bass-heavy bangers!