|1.||P.L.M.V (Personlly Located Music Video)|
P.L.M.V (Personlly Located Music Video) is a short video of photos or clips of home videos set in sequence to music. The lyrics of the song do not have to have any relation to the photos or video clips. P.L.M.V's can be hosted on numerous video sites such as YouTube or Metacafe
Good exampless of P.L.M.V (Personlly Located Music Video) are here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Txrd1Zq264s
The act of going all the way with a girl or guy without using any foreplay or touching any other base, as though you were breaking the natural order of events commonly found in video games.
Guy 1: "I was totally sequence breaking the hell out of this game!"
Guy 2: "I was totally sequence breaking the hell out of your sister! She was pretty damn easy "
Guy 1: >:O
This is a sequence of 8 positions, but pulled together it becomes the DREAM SEQUENCE.
First you start in with Doggy Style. Next you move into the Wheel Barrel, then the Lawn Mower. From there you need to move into the Snow Plow. The next position is the Pterodactyl. The Hudini will follow that. Then you need to go into the Angry Pirate. To finish it all off you need to do the Abe Lincon.
When a man complets all of these in a row, with out stoping, he has preformed the DREAM SEQUENCE.
Bryan- " Dude I just pulled the Dream Sequence on this smoking hot chick last night, while listening to Steel Panther."
J.P- "Dude, no way were you able to pull that off."
Bryan- "Bro I really did, I got it all on video to prove it."
the full list of mg games that i know are: Metal Gear (1987) metal gear 2 (1990 I think) metal Gear Solid (1998)ghost babel (2000 I think) Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of liberty (2001) MGS 2: substance (2002 for xbox and 2003 for ps2)MGS: the twin snakes, a gamecube remake of the 1st mgs (2004) and last but most definitely not least, MGS 3: snake eater. if the time sequence follows through, MGS 4- which is in production I've heard- will be out in 2007.
also see: most kick ass video game series of all time.
Damn that's alot of typing.
Someone who uses a music program (Noteworthy Composer, Anvil Studio, etc) to recreate music by ear in MIDI format. Usually taken from video games, movies, or general theme songs.
"Dude, I just found a MIDI of the Ghostbusters theme."
"Heh, I know the sequencer who made that."
Vaginal smoking, as demonstrated on at least one Internet video sequence with that gorgeous woman who says "and you don't cough, and it doesn't get your teeth yellow!" If you possess a vagina you stick the cool end of the lit cigar or cigarette in and use rhythmic contractions of the vaginal or perineal muscles to suck in and expel air. Try not to burn your pubes. To anyone halfway intelligent, whatever sex appeal there may be in the practice is entirely a matter of the organ used. Not recommended if you have a non-smoking partner who fancies going down on you. Probably not much healthier than the more familiar method. A contraction of "quim" and "smoking". Verb, to quoke.
Quoking looks interesting if you have a high gross-out threshold, no interest in the quoker's health, and it still has novelty value. Otherwise, forget about it.
A cutscene is a term used in pre-current-generation gaming to describe a pre-rendered movie within a video game.
Cutscenes are far less likely to be used on current-gen consoles as most systems use an NIS (a non-interactive sequence). An NIS differs from a cutscene in that it is rendered in real-time by the game engine.
Bob: "Man did you see that cutscene in Need For Speed Undercover where Chase Lane is bending down, over the table? Wow!"
Joe: "That ain't no cutscene!"