The maneuver in which a male or a hermaphrodite bends its penis to temporarily relieve pain associated with an otherwise unattended erection, much akin to the feeling of pushing on a bruise.
A generic term for dances done with a friend you want to have sex with but who does not want to have sex with you in which the dancers do not come into purposeful physical contact.
Carlos had nothing else he could do, watching his professor pick up her dropped marker in that short skirt, but a thirty degree dickbender.
At the halloween party Mark danced the standard american dickbender set with his best friend, Tiffany, including the seventies point, the face-in-a-box, and caught-on-the-fishing-line.
A) Music movement started in the 70's with multiple reasons and causes. There was an Americn and British Punk movement. Proto-punk bands such as Iggy Pop and the Stooges, the Motor City 5, and the Velvet Underground were influential in setting the stage for taking the risks bands like The Ramones, The Dictators, The New York Dolls, and Blondie did.more...
The British movement supposedly was started by one of the following: The ecnomic disaster that occured in the mid seventies, and the youth's lack of patience with the british government. A movement made out of boredom by Johnny Rotten, lead singer of the Sex Pistols.
This Movement caused the creation for most genres of music today, it's even represented in the roots of such types as hip hop, rap, pop, modern rock, goth, electro, two-tone. It did not create these genres, but it certainly kicked down the door for them.
B) Culture started in the 70's by the same music movement. The point of the culture was like the music, be yourself and disregard the angry emotions it may stir up. No longer a real culture, only a burned image with the values behind it lost, you can see it in stores such as Hot Topic. People No longer understand it was always about being yourself and not being anyone's shadow.
C) Modern Movement, characterized by some bands that have actually kept the movement alive, some by giving off the image, and pop-punk bands that are, regardless of what people want to say, in way of the Ramones and even the Mis...
If I told you that Tool's latest album,more...
Lateralus, was way better than everything
else currently on the market, would you
believe me? Probably not. First of all,
you don't know me. Second of all, you
probably don't listen to Tool, because most
radio stations pretty much ignore them. It's
easier to follow what the radio tells you to
listen to, isn't it? The answer, of course,
is yes. But what if you are looking for more
than the everyday stuff?
It's an undeniable fact that mainstream
music is becoming bland. The record
companies churn out single after single
of "one hit wonders", creating radio
garbage. Manufactured artists with no
potential play their song, make some money,
and then are never heard of again. ("Who
Let the Dogs Out" anyone?) It has been
happening since the beginning of Rock and
Roll, and it probably will continue on
forever. The only problem is that it seems
to be getting worse. One has to ask him or
herself, "How many of these bands are going
to be remembered thirty years from now, the
way bands like Led Zeppelin and the Rolling
Stones are remembered today?" Yes, every
era has had its share of bands that come and
go faster than Mick Jagger's voice at a
Rolling Stone's Concert, and there is no
stopping them. So why not go for something
It is hard for the average music fan to
change his or her taste. Your average music
fan usually starts off listening to what his
The act of terminating human life, in its early developmental stage. Proponents of all abortions including non life threatening, non rape, and non incest related situations often believe that life that is yet to be born is worth less than life that has been born. This however is a logical fallacy. The logic goes something like this. Well its just a bunch of cells. It cannot think, it cannot feel, it cannot breathe, it cannot eat, its just a bunch of stuff till it comes out of the womb. However a careful examination of the scientific facts lead to a very different conclusion. From the point of conception, the union of the two haploid cells to form a diploid organism (haploid sperm and eggs are not organisms just means transferring heritable material (DNA) during sexual reproduction) complex cellular events begin that lead to the development of a human being.more...
This development is continuous and does not end simply when a baby is born, which conflicts with the notion that when a baby is born development is complete. There is no magical reason why a baby cannot be born fully capable of walking. However there are physiological reasons why this would not be a good thing. One, the over development of limbs within the womb would be so great that getting through the birth canal would be impossible and the human species would not be viable. In nature , other organisms are capable of locomotion within hours after birth (horses). Again, different physioligical req...
1. A kind of portmanteau word (pronounced EPPI-SANE) combining slang usage of "Epic" and "Insane" to combine a new intensified meaning of awesomeness, something so wonderful as to be almost unbelievable.
2. Not to be confused with the very similar-sounding "epicene" (EPPI-SEEN), which means a person showing qualities or attributes of both genders, or as an adjective bisexual, or indeterminate as to gender.
Did you see the skating team at the Olympics whose event got so much applause? At one point on the ice, SHE picked HIS body up off the ground and went into a twirl with him in her arms. Totally off-the-wall and unexpected. Episane!
I went to one of those big party weekends at that university downstate. Late at night, it got really episane -- students and their friends chanting school slogans, line dancing, puking, or trying all three at once. A couple of them almost set fire to a telephone pole! It was chaos until a couple of campus cops showed up around 3:00 a.m.
By the standards of his time, Oscar Wilde played the epicene to the point of outrageousness, wearing floppy suits, overblown boutonniers, and louche hats. That mixed-gender image, coupled with his constant and arrogant elitism and self-promotion as a genius, hurt him when he was accused of sexually molesting an underage teen.
I can't emphasize enough what a stunner it was when David Bowie went epicene on the album cover of "Ziggy Stardust" back in the Seventies; that kind of deliberate sexual ambiguity upset a lot of people, even some of his previous fans. Then there were the music and the lyrics . . .
Term coined in the late seventies, resurrected by popular prop comedian Lady Gaga, also known for her karaoke-style computerized children's-club cult mind-taking rhythm-music for teens.
Involves the beating of a non-disco dancer caught by a number of drunk, brand name wearing, backwards cap bald-spotting males who have been angered due to hearing a form of music other than disco, otherwise known as repetitive club music with a worn out four-four mind erasing lame beat. A branch is severed from a tree (or whatever crude cudgel-like object discovered nearby) , thus becoming a "disco stick" to demonstrate in a concrete way the power of disco music. Can also describe the point of view of a listener at a dance club wherein the music becomes a torture device, a disco stick used to beat simplistic garbage disguised as dance music into one's head through speakers.
I just worshiped satan through Lady Gaga's sex hymnal with my frat brothers and now I'm dumb enough to join up with a herd of other missing links to beat the intelligent open minded music fan with a disco stick until his brain deactivates.
Having to endure that pointless music at that club made me feel as though I had been beaten mercilessly with a disco stick.