A person who spends a lot of hours watching tv shows and movies on the internet. Generally this person prefers to stream (watch it via an internet media player) rather than download it.
Mark: hey man wassup? u goin to d Dotty's party later
Trey: nah man! i plan to stream the last 10 episodes of Gossip Girl, that should take me all night.
Mark: huh? you freakin streamer
by yoyah_romp12 June 08, 2010
(n) diarrhea

term used by soldiers to describe the symptoms of dysentery and usually treated with suspect methods, such as a dosage of mercury (per memories of a visit to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine)
"Hey, Doc - I got a bad case of the streamers".
by cattycat99 May 19, 2011
1. Like a hipster but their interests are all pop culture/mainstream stuff.
2. Someone who strictly follows the mainstream. A vast majority of their interest are mainstream. they pretty much only like things that are popular and don't really have a mind of their own to decide whats actually good or not.
3. Someone that likes what the pop culture tells them to like.
This streamer doesn't have a clue about any of the other cultures of the world.
by anonymoustunes May 02, 2012
(n) Streamer

Online streaming version of film, provided to reviewers, distributors, and others. Analgous to Screener of film which has traditionally been actual film or DVD.
I'll send you a link to a streamer.
by zaniac October 01, 2014
The line of drool from her mouth to your cock when she doesn't swallow her spit
Dude, the blowjob she gave me was so sloppy, there were streamers all over the place.
by helper guy July 12, 2009
From military parachutists: when the parachute fails to fill with air, it waves vertically above the jumper like the tail on a kite, or a streamer banner on an airplane advertisement. If the jumper's reserve doesn't open, it becomes a brown streamer.
There was a knot in one of my lines, so my chute came out as a streamer.
by Maitre D April 26, 2004
A member, participant or onlooker, sometimes called a friend or follower, in an online user's social media community. Such communities are often seen and referred to as a 'stream' of people and information flowing by. If they are frequently seen in the stream, and considered in good standing, the streamer might be additionally labeled a citizen of the stream—or "streamizen."
They met on AOL, and Roxann followed him to Twitter. She was one of a few of his streamers who became a trusted friend.
by shoqvalue July 13, 2010

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