An adaptation on the popular phrase used by a facebook user group whose purpose is the encouragement of facebook content and humor revolving around the satirical cowbell metaphor made popular in a Saturday Night Live skit. The SNL classic mocks Blue Oyster Cult members (played by Will Farrell, Chris Kattan, Horatio Sands and Jimmy Fallon) in the recording studio where they are laying down "Don't Fear The Reaper" with record producer, Bruce Dickenson (played by guest host, Christopher Walken) who advises the fellas that they are going to want that cowbell in their sound and the track could use a little more cowbell to an already "cowbell prevalent" song.
A (subliminal) tool used to politely suggest to your long lost pal to add some content to their facebook profile.
The classic request for more facebook content.
A facebook classic.
Glad to see you on facebook, here is a link to my favorite user group where you can find more cowbell.
This group was made for you because you could use more cowbell.
About your profile, more cowbell!
1. Something everything needs more of.
2. A remedy.
"I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell."
A phrase that came into popular culture through a Saturday Night Live skit with Will Farrell.
In the skit, Farrell portrayed a member of the 80s rock band Blue Oyster Cult as they recorded their classic hit "Don't Fear the Reaper" in the studio.
Farrell played the cowbell quite forcefully on that track, much to the dismay of the rest of the band.
Yet surprisingly, the studio producer loved Farrell's cowbell playing, and demanded "more cowbell" on the track.
That was brilliant, man, the track needs more cowbell!
More cowbell is the reason that Blue Oyster Cult's mega-hit "Don't Fear the Reaper" reached such heights. While recording the song, the cowbell track was barely audible. It was the sharp ear of the producer who stepped in and demanded "more cowbell."(After all, he did know how to make hit records.)
Gentelmen, if "Don't Fear the Reaper" is going to be a smash, we need to hear more cowbell.
1) an element of music synonymous with more rocking.
2) an increase in rockage.
If this single is going to go gold, we're going to need more cowbell.
1. The only way a song can reach perfection
2. Everything needs more cowbell, NO EXCEPTIONS.
3. Christopher Walken's greatest line from SNL, it is UN-FUCKING-BELIEVABLY funny
I gotta have more cowbell!
From the satirical Saturday Night Live sketch featuring Will Ferrell, now used as a way to tell someone when something they did was good, but just not quite right. The phrase "more cowbell" works to express this mild dissatisfaction in a variety of settings.
At a steakhouse "how was your meal?" It was ok, but could have used just a little more cowbell.
"Eh, that ,movie wasn't bad. But really could have used some more cowbell."
"That was a good blowjob honey, but really could have used some more cowbell"
Generally speaking, when it becomes apparent that either a person or group of people need to step up their game.
If we're going to kick the crap out of those guys in HR at this year's softball tournament, we're gonna need more cowbell