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Mento is the folk music of Jamaica in the 50's.
Mento is a kind of Jamaican calypso, for the tourist that visited Jamaica, and you can still today find bands on hotels in Jamaica that plays mento. You can also find mento cd's and LP's. Mento is the music that became Ska and ska became reggae, (and so on), so it's pretty relevant, really.
Mento musicians: Calypsonians, Lord Fly & Dan Wiliams Orchestra, Richardson, Harold & The Ticklers, Porter, Hubert & George Moxey Quintet and Baba Motta
by Adam Ska April 08, 2006
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A mint of some sort that grants you to get away with any little crime. (As shown in most of it's ads)
Me: *ran the speed limit, was pulled over*
Cops: Do you know why I pulled you over?
Me: No...*pulls out a Mentos and smiles*
by Baha October 30, 2004
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*cue inspirational music*

'Doo doo doo doo, doo-doo, do-Wah!'
It doesn't matter what comes, fresh goes better in life, and Mentos is fresh and full of life.

Nothing gets to you, staying fresh staying cool, with Mentos, fresh and full of life.

Fresh goes better, Mentos freshness, fresh goes better with Mentos, fresh and full of life!

Mentos, the freshmaker!
Fruit Mentos > Mint Mentos
by Saiyara December 29, 2003
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It says "the chewy mint" on the front of the fruit mentos but when you eat it, its not a mint at all!

I'm gonna sue the dudes who make mentos for saying the fruit mentos are mints.
by chowman February 28, 2007
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I type of mint that is really cool when put into Diet Coke. Chewie. "the fresh maker"
That mentos rocket was so cool! it shoot diet coke everywhere, did you see the hight?

Ah the mentos freshness!!

Look on youtube
by HeatherClaire October 19, 2006
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the fresh maker
Mentos' fresh and full of life!
by eat_lightbulbs October 20, 2003
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A shortened version of the word mental or mentally challenged. It is used as a derogatory term to state that someone is acting in a mental fashion. The root "men" deriving from the Latin meaning "to think" gives the base of the word and adding "to" that means nothing would make it" to think not at all" thus creating the word 'mento'.
person 1: Geez, do you see that person over there?
person 2: Yeah, they're sure acting like a mento.
by Seijison8 January 19, 2007
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