The comfort that some individuals get from the television. IF nothing else, the fact that a TV in the room is on provides comfortable background noise rather than an actual desire to watch something. A person who depends on TV comfort might turn the TV on and immediately exit the room because he/she has a sixth sense that tingles whenever a TV is not on.
A student was exhibiting a need for TV comfort when she asked the students around her in the lounge if she could turn on the TV. After the TV warmed up, she changed to food network and flipped open her laptop to do something constructive. DAMN TV COMFORT!
Airy, easy-reading printed material such as Time and Wired magazine, etc., ostensibly written to inform and educate but in actuality designed to inculcate rapacious consumer desire (buy an H2; you need a new laptop, etc.) and reinforce prevailing socio-governmental and economic beliefs (diversity is our strength, housing is a “smart” investment, etc.).
Close scrutiny reveals that Paper Television’s content is little more than ill-conceived “bait” thrown out in hopes of courting the eyeballs that advertisers want desperately and will pay handsome sums of money to target. Making money is Paper TV’s primary goal. Secondarily it aims to advance liberal, egalitarian, and hypercapitalist worldviews inasmuch as doing so helps foster linear values sets in which money is the chief determinant of individual worth and merit (e.g. Sony doesn’t care what sort of person you are so long as you have the money and the will to purchase their advertised products).
The net effect of exposure to Paper Television upon those still gullible enough to read it is wholly negative, and may include such side effects as the belief that all humans are fungible, coupled with an insatiable desire to purchase goods (usually on credit) that are neither needed nor affordable to the readers of such textual dreck.
“Wired magazine? That’s just Paper TV for yupscaled dorks! You might as well watch MTV as read that crap…”
Niggerette: A product that parodies the anti-nicotine product Nicorette, offering its own versions of all the products Nicorette offers such as Niggerette gum, Niggerette patches, Niggerette inhalers, etc. But instead of helping a person get rid of a nicotine addiction like Nicorette does, Niggerette helps a black person get rid of a nigger addiction. Actor/Writer Kamal Symonette-Dixon is the comedian who coined this particular definition of Niggerette, and he made it popular through his comedic sketch entitled “Niggerette”. And this version of Niggerette draws a firm distinction between “black people” and “niggers”, a distinction made famous by comedian Chris Rock.
You can see the Niggerette video to grasp the definition at SPOC.tv
“Yo, you heard him? That nigga said the dumbest shit I ever heard.”
“Yeah, somebody need to get that fool a pack of Niggerette.”
A learning institution which advertises on daytime TV. Oftentimes with attempts to display lame lifestyles in order to promote an equally lame lifestyle that can be had with their useless programs. These schools offer programs in areas that do not actually need training to understand.
If you have ever watched Price is Right you know what it is.
Kevin called that TV University, got a free brochure and started an exciting career in medical billing today!!
A descriptive term that refers to television services sold at a discount to commercial properties. Satellite TV companies and cable tv companies both offer Bulk TV programming.
The sat center offers bulk tv programming to installations that need 20 or more TVs installed.
a supposid "Television Show" in which the "cast" are all 20 something attention-starved Mediawhores/fags who daddys pulled strings to get them on TV and get everything they want off Daddys Credit Card and desrved to be shot or stabbed in the base of the skull with my bamboo stick - Spoilt Brats need to die!!!
Reality TV is full of 20 somethings starving for attention - i need me 9mm Glock to shoot there asses off the face of the earth!!
A Lemur puppet on a kids tv show, usually on in the mornings.
Anyone who has no children or is not under 10 watching this show needs help.
- Mental Issues
- Lack of Life.
Adult With No Children- yo you see that Zaboomafoo last week?!
Adult With Children- boy you need to grow on the hell up.