A girl who seems relatively stable but actually has serious issues. Some issues include: bouts of low self-esteem, inability to communicate effectively, and having serious social issues. Freakshows often have one minor, yet incredibly significant glitch that keeps them from being great friends or girlfriends.
Sarah was smart and cute, but she flaked on her friends a lot. She sent mixed signals, and was just difficult to socially vibe with. Some days she'd be fun and happy, other days she'd be demure and sad. A real freakshow.
Someone who isn't really a bad person but has some social issues especially in larger crowds because they can be just well fuckin' annoying. They tend to be nice to everyone because they well wanna be loved so they tend to be at many social events just being pretty fucking irritating. Basically just a lameass.
"Fuck me, Bewick turned up at my party and he was doing everyone's head in. He's such a Gizzoid"
DSAi is the acronym for Do(ing) Something About it (DSAi). This can be used as a
motivational tool to address social problems. It has been said that many ignore
problems, believing that there's little or nothing they can do to solve social
issues. Everyone has the capacity to DSAi, however. DSAi can be used as an
antonym for Shaking My Head (SMH).
The sociology professor generally suggests that students DSAi, instead of SMH, when
it comes to addressing social problems in the community.
Any social worker, do-gooder, social service agency, or faith-based organization who comes into a hood not their own and plays at being the savior to folks that don't need savin. Expects said folks, most often minorities, to be grateful and happy and do all that is recommended. Poverty pimps do this in place of supporting real community organizing of the people who live in these communities to solve their own issues. Poverty pimps often directly benefit financially from pretending at saving people and communities, usually based on their job. Most often interested in keeping people from dying, but not succeeding.
The man on the street corner walked up to the white, older social worker who came from a rich neighborhood and was slumming in the hood and called her a poverty pimp.
|26.||Multiple Profile Disorder|
Multiple profile disorder (MPD) is a social networking disorder characterized by having at least one "alter" personality that controls behavior. The "alters" are said to occur spontaneously and involuntarily, and function more or less independently of each other.
They may be evident by posts that are not characteristic of the known person and seem widely out of normal character. Some of the posts may be offensive and unfiltered.
The unity of consciousness, by which we identify our selves, is said to be absent in MPD. Another symptom of MPD is spontaneous posts in conjuction with amnesia, which can't be explained by ordinary forgetfulness.
Multiple Profile Disorder posts may include "Dear bitch who stole my parking space after I drove around and waited 20 minutes: You'll get your Christmas cheer in the form of karma."
Related to the word troll.
A trolldentity is the username one uses for posting intentionally inflammatory or even misleading comments for the sake of social observation. Sometimes, one may even make an entire persona out of it complete with an intentionally annoying username and/or misspelled quote as a forum signature.
One gains great insight into people's biases and dualities on various topics when posting painstakingly crafted comments with their trolldentity.
Owen recently made two trolldentities so he could simultaneously pretend to be a conservative bible-thumper and a liberal atheist to understand both sides of the issues.
John posed as a homosexual and homeless clown online with his trolldentity to find out the scary truth about the streets of late night Los Angeles.
1) a sane person;
2) someone with a political belief that sits between the two extremes of liberal and conservative, usually combining aspects of both (example: liberal on social issues yet conservative on economic issues);
3) someone who seeks compromise on political issues and as such gets insulted by the two extremes who just don't get the idea that this form of government survives by compromise;
4) someone whose political beliefs seem quiet and mild, and as such always ignored by the media, which seeks out people from the screechy Left and shrill Right because they make for better sound bites.
Moderates rule. Turn off FOX News and CNN and turn on Cartoon Network!