Term used to define a person who is in a street gang and attempts to post erroneous commentary in the form of a definition submitted to the Urban Dictionary about their involvement in a street gang or the prowess of such a street gang.
A gangbanger that wants their name and/or the name of their street gang to appear in the Urban Dictionary and attempts to achieve such by submitting a fallacious definition.
Any of numerous street thugs, usually with limited intelligence, that seeks notoriety of some type by means of apocryphal boasting through inappropriate submission of words, names, or acronyms specifically to the Urban Dictionary.
I feel sorry for the Urban Dictionary editors because there are so many Urbadictobangers submitting lame and useless rantings about their street gangs and related activities simply to mark their perceived territorial boundaries with threats and/or slurs aimed at other gangs, and/or simply the public at large, in an attempt to gain some sense of notoriety by having such appear in the Urban Dictionary. What a waste of time.
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The recognition and fame that is achieved by having definitions published on Urban Dictionary or by having your first name used in the example section when a word is defined on Urban Dictionary.
Scarlett was pleased at her newfound Urban notoriety as she was both published on Urban Dictionary and used in an example sentence. "Oh Maggie, your mention of my name in your sentence describing internip has given me Urban notoriety!", Scarlett exclaimed.
To have died with a degree of fame or notoriety that would have guaranteed extensive media coverage, save for the death of someone even more famous or notorious immediately afterwards. From Aldous Huxley, who died an hour before President Kennedy was assassinated.
"Farrah Fawcett was totally Huxleyed by Michael Jackson."
A limited and perhaps temporary state of notoriety enjoyed by people, groups, works or feats that are made public exclusively (or nearly so) via the internet. The audience is of limited size, though their devotion may be intense. The "internet" qualifier emphasizes the limited breadth of notoriety in this medium, and its easy-come, easy-go nature. Internet fame may be contrasted with fame conferred by traditional media, which have relatively much greater access barriers and which react to change much more slowly.
An "internet famous" person might be deeply admired, but the total number of admirers is invariably smaller than that of a conventionally famous television, music, or film celebrity. This notoriety might persist: it is not necessarily limited to a Warhol moment of fifteen minutes.
This expression has a neutral connotation; it is not pejorative.
''You say Gabe and Tycho were at the 'con and you met them! SQUEE! ZOMG! They are so incredibly famous!!''
''Yeah, they were really nice, but they're just internet famous: my neighbors and relatives have never heard of them.''
When a person has had notoriety or fame with a negative connotation, and new people can have pre-formed opinions about that person's integrity or behavior.
Her husband is a white collar felon. She has a Rumor Plume following her to the next chapter of her life.
Slang term for the westernmost interchange on the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) in Chicago. Three lanes of Interstate 290 narrow to two and three lanes of Interstate 88 narrow to one, to form three lanes of the Eisenhower. The "strangling" effect of merging two three-lane freeways into one three-lane freeway often creates huge traffic jams, thus its notoriety as the "hillside strangler."
There was no traffic at all, 'cept for the usual backup at the hillside strangler.