(Pronounced "Twee-mo") Is a fusion of the words TWINK and EMO.
A Twiemo is a young, effeminate, emo, male of the homosexual persuasion, usually the "bottom" or “bitch” in an alternative homosexual relationship...unless you have 2 Twiemo's in a relationship together, but that would just be silly!!!
Your typical Twiemo has their hair styled after Mike Score, singer and keyboardist of the 80’s British pop band “A Flock Of Seagulls”. It usually covers at least one eye in aim to prevent seeing the harsh reality of the outside world.
A Twiemo also can be recognised by their many piercings, tight black jeans, studded belt and converse shoes. All of which your typical Twiemo would never leave the house without.
The most common pieces of clothing worn by a Twiemo is their “Sex Pistols” Tshirt, because Sid Vicious really speaks to their soul. Even though they have never heard a single Pistols…*cough* “song”.
Most Twiemo’s are well known for their high moral standings on drugs & alcohol, emotionless facial…”expressions” and their ability to take it up the bum.
If your favorite bands are Evanescence & Linkin Park you are probably a Twiemo...and a total douche.
Is the YouTube profile name for a minor celebrity on YouTube known for his kickass bass playing skills. People often confuse him for Japanese, but he's actually Korean. His real name is Hyunmo Kim.
Most of his videos features him rocking it out on bass whilst cosplaying in anime costume, particularly maid/female costumes. His favorite genres include J-rock, J-pop, traditional Korea-jazz fusion and metal.
He hopes to be "the world's greatest stupid idiot bass player", and self-styles as "H.J.Freaks, THE RATED-R Super-Stupid Bassist!"
"hjfreaks may have a wierd taste in music and crossdress as a minor-aged character from shitty anime, but boy, can he play bass".
-typical comment from his fans and viewers.
Capoeira is a combination of dance, ritual, and martial arts that developed out of the Portugese trade of African slaves to Brazil during the 16th century. Capoeira was illegal in Brazil until the 1930's. The ritual game begins with two players squatting in a circle, or roda, of spectators. The players rest at the feet of a single-stringed instrument, or berimbau, and one player sings a commencement song. The other player can sing in response or remain silent to allow the first player to sing the announcement that the game has started. The musician at the berimbau then picks up the song as the players move to the center of the circle. The lead berimbauist is the Mestre, or master of the capoeira game. The roda chants, sings, and drums under the direction of the Mestre. The players and the Mestre carry on a dialogue during the game; the music sets the tempo for the tricks that a player can use. A player may also improvise his movements according to the musical commentary the Mestre gives to his performance. The Mestre in turn may play music that reflects the players' attitudes, reactions and strategies.
The goal of the game, or jogo, is to catch the opponent off-guard using guile, technique and gymnastics. Players can fake each other out using rapid kicks, cartwheels, handstands, leg sweeps, flips, jabs, dodges, and turns. The base movement, and the one most often used by beginners, is a side-to-side motion in a semi-crouched stance called ginga. Unlike most martial arts, strikes are admired most when there is no physical contact. A player gains the most applause when the other player has been skillfully baited into a vulnerable, off-balance position, but has not actually fallen or been hit. Although there is no point system, and no official winners or losers, players can be disqualified for falling into a seated position or, in some forms of capoeira, using their hands to strike. Some speculate that the lack of hand use in capoeira harkens back to an ancient Kongo saying: "hands are to build, feet are to destroy." Modern martial artists have two main choices for capoeira techniques and philosophy. Angolan capoeira is the more traditional form, with slow, dance-like steps while Regional capoeira relies much more on high-energy acrobatics. Capoeira today is truly a global phenomenon with schools teaching Angolan, Regional and dozens of fusion styles in major cities all over the world.
A Recorprican is someone who supports the fusion of corporate interests, Fox propaganda machines, big business, big oil, the chamber of commerce, and the Republican Party; in an effort to build a theocratic & fascists, corporate third world wet dream.
Recorpricans have given another corporate tax break and cut education again!
Google is taking over the world - in a short period of time, Google+ will be taking over and this word/phrase will more than ever be taking its place in our vocabulary existences...
Fusion of Google & Domination
Google+ 6-12 months from now will be conquering the universe with mighty Global Google'ination!!
An incredible collaboration album by Nas and Damian Marley. It combines Marley's reggae fusion style with Nas' phenomenal rap skills. The content is very intelligent and meaningful. Most of it is about the struggles of Africa but it does not end there. The two musicians touch on injustices which the entire world has to endure, especially in the song "Patience".
"Pay no mind to the youths, cause it's not like the future depends on it. But save the animals in the zoo, because the chimpanzee's dem a make big money."- Damian Marley. (There are so many other lines I could have chosen to illustrate the lyrical genius of this album)
Distant relatives is probably one of the best collaboration albums of all time.
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THE Wind Ensemble is a term which is applied to a large group of musicians who gather together to bless the outside world with their incredible creation of musical fusion. One of the most known Wind Ensemble's is that which is at Eagan High School. According to many critics, this ensemble is better than most college bands.
Matt: Simon which ensemble did you make this year?
Simon: Just as I did last year, I earned a place in THE Wind Ensemble
Andy: Same here!