1. A slang term used to describe the U.S. variant of a Jspec (Japanese Spec) or JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) automobile. ie The Aspec 300ZX vs. the Jspec Fairlady Z
2. Left-hand-drive (LHD)
I can't decide whether to stay true to the Aspec look or go fully Jspec. That '99 Jspec facia is Teh Hawtness.
oh my gosh's variant. used to excite one another. this is used constantly by those who make fun of people that say omg and lol.
zomg u teh very cool lolz!1111oneoneoe
Of or relating to the heaviest of death metal. Many people abuse the term and use it for reference to emo/scene grindcore bands. Most often, bands with technicality aren't really brutal due to an emphasis on talent and complicated riffs/structuring rather then heavyness, eg. Necrophagist.
Devourment, Inveracity, Sanatorium, Cephalotripsy, Wormed, Brodequin, Liturgy, Carnal, Digested Flesh, Viscera Trail, Internal Suffering, Artery Eruption, Disgorge(U.S variant more so, the mexican version leaning toward "sick" goregrind)
-There truly is no such thing a "brutal" grindcore, however the closest thing to grindcore brutality would most likely be Last Days of Humanity due to the agressive super heavy goregrind approach. The main limiting factor of grindcore preventing its brutality would be the length of the song coupled with guitar riffs with more of an emphasis on a style of agressive thrash metal than "slamming" death metal.
Just a side note: If you aren't familiar with the various electoral (voting) systems around the world, please do not read this as the wording may confuse you.more...
An electoral (i.e., voting) process in which full representation of all parties who have received votes is achieved by closely matching the percentage of party votes to the percentage of seats allocated in legislative assemblies.
There are 3 known ways of achieving proportional representation (PR) in electoral systems.
1. Party-List PR: There's a list of pre-determined candidates (closed-list) or candidates that the voters can rank (open-list), along with some mathematical formula of allocating the seats (D'Hondt or Sainte-Lague). Countries which use Party-List PR include Israel (where the country is one closed-list constituency) and the Netherlands (open-list).
2. Additional-Member System (AMS), Mixed-Member System (MMS): Two votes, one vote for a legislator (MP -- Member of Parliament -- in places like the UK and New Zealand) to represent a single-member constituency (under plurality voting), the other vote for a party (under party-list PR). In places like Germany, a certain number of seats are blockaded off for party-based legislators. Besides Germany, New Zealand uses this (along with calculating party-list seats via the Sainte-Lague method) for its House of Representatives.
3. Single Transferable Vote (STV) (in a multi-member constituency): Usually 3 to 6 candidates per constituency. Voters...
emailing under the influence; modern variant on drunk-dialing
Did you really google that girl you had a crush on at summer camp and email her asking her to move in with you?
Yeah, total E.U.I. She's going to be here on Thursday in a Uhaul.
A sub-form of fratku, which is itself a variant of haiku. A three-line poem about marijuana. Must follow a strict 5-7-5 syllable count.
Rid yourself of all your ills.
Then laugh your ass off.
I love the U.S.,
it’s as perfect as I, though
not nearly so high.
|7.||bitch of war|
A play on Shakeseare's "Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war" -- a 'bitch of war' is a female variant of a 'dog of war.' The phrase was coined by political poet Ian Reed with regard to U.S. presidential candidate, Senator Hillary Clinton, in his poem 'Down-Hill' (April 2008).
Yet star-struck Democrats in chorus call,
applaud her and cheer the more,
unleash the warlike Hillary,
let slip the bitch of war."