Extreme abdominal pain and discomfort caused by listening to terrible adult contemporary rock music. In most cases, the sufferer may experience sharp gas-pains, diarrhea, bloating, foul smelling flatus, nausea, and dizziness.
In some extreme cases, depression with thoughts of suicide have occurred.
While browsing through the carpet store, I noticed a Billy Joel song playing. I had to leave because I was experiencing a severe case of Mellencramps. I drove to my friend Rick's apartment, and promptly used his toilet to relieve myself.
Blarg Rock: Refers to an old Bloom County cartoon with "Billy and the Boingers" rock band watching Ozzy on stage. To quote Ozzy in Bloom County, "Bleeep, Blaaag, Bloop, Blaaarg!! Take it Benny!!! (Ozzy then thinks, "Hang in the Oz. There's a nice spot of hot tea waiting back at the Holiday Inn.)"
Adapted defintion, Blarg Rock: Screeeeching guitar, belching crude vocals, unncessary volume. (Think Pearl Jam strangling cats with L7, on a bad day, through blown speakers.)
Dood, I just got the new "Screech monkeyhead douchebags" album! They use a busted-up powerdrill for a guitar on every track!
Wha? That stuff is just crap Blarg Rock.
a sexy rock star from vegas who is amazingly hot and in no way weird or anything bad. he is clearly amazing
OMG! Billy golemme is so amazing!
An individual or group that is associated with one or all of the following activities: noise rock, veganism, doc martins, heroin, David Lynch, rock-a-billy, ear spacers, star tattoos, hemp products, horn rim glasses, free verse poetry, gender studies, Nihilism, French Existintialism, Lucky Strike's, Schlitz beer, Ancient Age whisky.
*All of these activites are indicator of a Scum Kid, but are not bad in and of themselves.
God it reeks of cheap whisky and body odor. Why are we at a party where everyone looks like a prepubecent boy, even the girls, and Wolf Eyes is the background music? This is total a Scum Kid festival! ROCK!
1. a stonemore...
2. a piece of crack cocaine that is smoked
3. AKA "rock'n'roll". It's the ultimate form of musical expression. It's roots are in American, British and Irish folk, country and western (the classic stuff - NOT that poofy crap of today), jazz, blues, bluegrass and other sources. Pioneered by Ike Turner, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, King Elvis, Bill Haley + the Comets, the Beach Boys and many more. Expanded, further defined and influenced even more by British bands like the Beatles, Rolling Stones and the Kinks and German bands like Kraftwerk. Now rock music is listened to any performed by people in every nation. It's an American cultural phenominae that has shaped the world.
4. to be cool. To rule, to be bad.
5. In the U.S. Navy
Rock always has a guitar, a bass, drums, and kick ass deep lyrics. other instruments, including the piano, violin, and flute may be added.more...
In the 60's and 70's, rock was starting to form different genres there was the un-nameable genre from the likes of queen/led zepplin/pink floyd, the beatles, and jimmy hendrix.
In the 80's, metal. these genres were typically louder and darker, very fast paced and hard. Now days, this is the only thing non-rock fans think of when they think of rock and make fun of it. Metallica is a very popular band from this time.
In the 90's Rock broke into many more genres, including punk, emo, alternative, industrial, and many more. Many older rock fans who can't get their heads out of their asses feel this is where rock went bad. Rock never went bad; the mainstream media made anything remotely loud that included instruments be called rock and played it on the radio making it the flagship for rock, which it isn't. Nirvana Nickleback became the "radio rock" and sucks.
In present times, there are many uneducated posers who see rock as "stupid", "loud", and" too much screaming" which is only screamo rock. Those people listen to shitty rap music and don't know what they're talking about. Many older fans of rock think rock nowadays is bad, which isn't the case. It's different and it's changed, but it's not bad. If rock didn't change, we'd be listening to the same thing forever and rock would disappear.
The act of strumming a guitar, while holding no chords. It is usually used to impress someone, when you don't know how to play.
Lindsay: When I was at adam's house, my played me some mock rock.
Taylor: Wow! Billy did the dame thing tuesday.