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Unranked Pac-10 team that ruined formerly #2 USC's chance for the BCS title game in 2006.
It sucks to be a UCLA student, especially during the week your school plays USC in football... unless it is the week of December 2, 2006 and USC ran home with their tail between their legs.
by ex-trojan fan December 03, 2006
 
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an abbreviation meaning "Ugly Caucasians, Lovely Asians". Meaning that UCLA has the hottest asian girls, but the caucasians aren't that great.
Joe: "Hey dude, I want to hunt for some tight asian pussy tonight"

Steve: "ok, let's drive to UCLA"
by Stewart Jones October 20, 2006
 
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UCLA (University of Caucasians Lost amung Asians) ...a university where affirmitive action has gone a little too far...
It would be nice if a higher % of Los Angelenos and their children (of all colors and creeds) could get into a school that both their state and local taxes go to help maintain. Hopefully the backlash against student visas will help stem the tide...I ran into a young, amazingly intelligent girl the other day (1480..4.0) who got rejected...she grew up in westwood! (Went to LMU and is now a law student at Georgetown...so it was their loss...she didn't even apply to UCLA Law)
by lifes not always fair December 04, 2003
 
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UCLA

So... according to UCLA kids, only "mentally retarded" people go to USC? USC is academically inferior with an intellectually inferior student body?

Check the new facts. Paste the links in your browser (take out the space after the ".com"s).

http://talk.collegeconfidential.com /showthread.php?t=61648

http://www.livejournal.com /community/usc/420758.html#comments

http://www.livejournal.com /community/usc09/23159.html

Uh-huh. Read it and weep. UCLA gets a little worse in quality and in the rankings every year, and the quality of USC just keeps getting better.
What's the difference between a USC student and a UCLA student? Both were accepted to UCLA.
by TroJennifer May 12, 2005
 
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University of Caucasians Losing out to Asians. It's so sad that UCLA students think that they can vicariously experience pride through their Nobel laureates. It makes no sense because you UCLA students aren’t actually the ones who discovered or made break through advances in science or academia. Just because UCLA managed to “acquire” these elite individuals, doesn’t mean their loftiness rubs off on you guys. Stop trying to vicariously feel pride in something you didn’t achieve, or in other words don’t ride others’ coattails. I don’t care that UCLA had a longer tradition of academic excellence over USC, because this will reverse with time, and trend has already begun. We actually have the means to acquire the top researchers and professors, because we can offer them what they’re worth, unlike your public institution (that greatly emphasizes far-left Socialist ideals) in trying to make them “altruistic scholars” who donate their good will to your lame institution. No, your administration has got it wrong—we live in a Capitalist society—and they (your researchers and professors) want to get paid what they’re worth. This is why there is a mass exodus of UCLA and Berkeley’s faculty. I hope you Bruins enjoy reminiscing about the “good ol’ days” of when UCLA was academically and on occasion athletically superior to USC.

Some of you make claims that UCLA students got accepted to USC as well huh? But why is it that a lot of international students, who got accepted to both, chose USC over UCLA? They get no financial aid, and they have to pay several thousand dollars more per year as a USC student. I thought it was foolish to spend more on an academically inferior school? And what about that bonehead who wrote a definition of USC, claiming to have audited a class at USC, but said that it was “community college” level? I thought UCLA students were smarter than to spend $4,000+ on our “community college” classes? And if you did actually take it, why'd you audit it? What, was the curve too lofty for you? You didn't take it, and that was a lame attempt at labeling our academics "community college" level.

You guys aren’t some “quasi-Ivy League” like some of you meatheads imply. The UC system is nowhere near Ivy Leagues, just in its shadows at best.

Finally, look at all the negative energy UCLA students muster up to deride USC on this site. What a bunch of pathetic, small-minded people who know that their luster is dulled by us Trojans.
UCLA student #1: Dude, did you see that Ferrari rolling through here to get to the multimillion dollar neighborhoods that surround our campus?

UCLA student #2: Yeah, it had USC alumni plates attached to it! Next thing you know, they'll tear down our campus so that a runway can be built for the Gulstream jets that USC alumni will ride in. I wonder if they make big enough alumni plates to those as well?
by University of Social Connections September 23, 2007
 
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A school filled with insecure low-lifes who have nothing better to do than either bash their cross-town rival, or constantly remind others of how great and prestigious their school is. Yet they fail to realize that ucla grads typically lose job positions to grads from csulb, csuf, and cal poly pomona, schools which are thought of as much less well-respected. what does this prove? prestige means absolutely nothing and it only matters to ignorant, insecure people. guess what, bruins, the competitiveness at your school is all in vain, because you're doing all that work for nothing. look at the csu grads who actually study things that are practical for finding a job, and they study because they're interested, not just for grades that no one will ever look at once you're out of school.

they also stress how hard it is to get into, yeah like anyone really cares what grades you got in 10th and 11th grade and how good you are at taking some random, inaccurate test.

and sports? please, csuf beat ucla's baseball team five times in a row, and csulb beat them three times in a row. also, some csulb students went over to westwood and said that it was boring, and that the cookies at diddy riese sucked. they also kicked the bruin statue on campus and went into the student store and threw ucla attire onto the ground. they also tried the dorm food and said that it sucked too. getting pwned by the underdogs, now huh?

i mean, first they beat ucla at sports, then they insult their territory, and then they're even getting jobs over them. you can never look at the name "UCLA" the same way ever again.
Girl: "Where do you go to school?"

Bruin: "UCLA, of course. one of the top schools in the nation, it's up there with the ivies in prestige and it's well-respected throughout the world."

Girl: "umm okay, well i'm looking through its course catalog and most of the degree programs seem pretty useless and impractical. the ones at csulb actually seem useful, so i wonder who's gonna get the jobs in the end..."

Bruin: *stares back with a gaping mouth and disappointedly surprised expression and thinks to herself, wow i did all this work for nothing and paid extra to go to a school where all the hype is useless*
by Cairorox October 04, 2008
 
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Useless Crap Learned Altogether
A school w/ students who dwell on arbitrary and biased university rankings, repudiate USC students’ higher SAT scores, ride the coattails of their Nobel laureates’ presence, gloat at USC for being in the ghetto (despite their purported white-guilt liberal stance), jealous that USC students drive nicer cars than UCLA students’ parents, and claim that “our undergrad academics are more rigorous than yours, that’s why we go onto grad school.” No, you guys go onto to grad school because your undergrad programs are so impractical that nobody gives a flying fuck that you majored in liberal arts and couldn’t handle pre-med or engineering.
Hey, didn’t UCLA start out as LACC, a community college a few minutes north of our “ghetto?” So you were in the “ghetto” too huh? Oh…you Bruins don’t like bringing up your humble beginnings do you? Hey, UCLA is a heavy feeder school for community college transfers, so it is de facto still a community college, just a slighter more challenging one. UCLA=honors community college, UCLA=magnet community college: which one do you like better, so I know how to address your school? ….Or how about “Westwood Magnet?”
bruin: Damm, I've been out of UCLA for like 7 years and still deliver pizzas in the North University Park area.
Trojan: Sorry to hear man, I had so many offers thrown at me months before graduation.
bruin: Hey, you think USC admission officers wouldn't mind that a pathetic bruin like me applies to grad school?
Trojan: I don't see why not. Once you're in, you can shed the shame of being a bruin. Better yet, you won't have to sit on the losers' side at football games. Join the club pal.
bruin: I guess if you can't beat them, join 'em!
by Trojans kick ass July 05, 2008