the cultural phenomenon that facilitates the definition of words on the internet. Pop Culture simply denotes a widely accepted group of practices or customs. Goths, preps, youths all are parts of its' embodiment, but so are you/we, internet users who slander others on websites.
nearly anything on television. books on bestseller lists. top grossing movies. as well as their respective countercultures.
by William Beaman December 08, 2003
Pop culture, short for popular culture, describes the lifestyle and tastes of the majority of mostly younger people. Music by people like Britney Spears and Hillary Duff are examples of pop culture, as is emo and prep. Pop culture changes with the youth of the world.
Linsey Lohan is part of pop culture, and so were the Beatles, swing and opera, back in the day.
by Just Eat It August 16, 2006
A contraction for "popular culture", this is more or less a colection of cult movie qoutes, figures and dirty jokes that have been found funny by audiences worlwide, now crucified by over-use from teenagers and fat people with greasy T-shirts. The pop culture killers have typically seen just about every movie you've ever heard of and know all the qoutes. They will worship the sources of thier material as if they were some religious book. Deeply offended when criticised, and will use insults from thier movie collection.
Ezekiel 25:17 was cool until the kiddies started watching Pulp Fiction and everyone knew it.
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 12, 2004
short for popular culture. is pretty much anything that can be identified by the majority of the youth population. and when i say youth, i mean anyone from 6-30. in short, pop culture is jokes, practices, groups of people, and terms that are used by/funny to the majority of the youth population.
pop culture is referenced in movies a lot, especially in animated (or non-animated) adventure movies that can be watched and (mostly) understood by anyone. like putting internet memes or cat videos in a movie.
by A-person_yay March 27, 2014