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The result of a bet between Scott Stapp and Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, in which Kroeger wagered that Stapp could never create a sound that was an even bigger insult to music than his own shit band. Stapp won the bet by creating the exact same band as Nickelback, only with the added twist of throwing Jesus and Christianity into the mix.

Tragically, the shitfest was cut short when God, furious at having his name attached to such a mockery as Creed, smote Stapp, resulting in the ultimate breakup of the band.
Creed was the primary inspiration for Eric Cartman's Christian rock band, Faith + 1.
by hkkdsfued May 07, 2006
a band that tries to appeal to classic rock lovers but we all hate it. the leader sing of this band sounds like he swallowed many sheets of sand paper. also referd to as Nippleback.
I hate nickleback they try to be cool but are just fags.
Yeah i know i hate nippleback!
by I Know Shit August 16, 2006
A day described by MesoAmerican culture that occurs every 52 years. this can be best explained by the end of the Aztecs in 1519. Ten years prior, there had been eight warning signs documented by the respected statesmen named Tzihuacpopoca. The following were reported in Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital:
1. A comet appeared in the sky during the day.
2. A pillar of fire (possibly the comet) appeared in the night sky.
3. The temple of Huitzilopochtli was destroyed by fire.
4. A bolt of lightning struck the Tzonmolco temple.
5. Tenochtitlan was flooded.
6. Strange people with many heads but one body were seen walking through that city.
7. A woman was heard weeping a dirge for the Aztecs. (possible the fabled La Llorona)
8.A strange bird was caught. When Moctezuma looked into its mirror-like eyes, he saw unfamiliar men landing on the coast.

So what you say? well 52 years earlier Henry VII, who killed so many people, was born. The event every 52 years is known as the Tying of Years. The next Tying of Years is 2029. Personally i dont believe in any of it, but it is an extraordinary sequence of coincedences. In 1977, however, Mount Nyiragongo in Zaire erupted, killing slews of people in surrounding villages. Also a lesser note, snow fell in Miami in 1977, awkward. The Tying of Years is described in the writings of Xyochtolocan as follows: "When the coupling of great years and then some rounds(great year = 22 years) there will be suffering, a string of events that will bring the Earth as we know it to its knees, every period of the time described, bringing the world to the very brink of the apocolypse."

Some say the Mayan calander ends in 2012, which is an undisputed fact. The Mayans were basically the Aztecs and declined in 1519, the same time the Aztecs did when Hernan Cortez invaded. Same religion also, the mesoamerican spinoff. What i dont understand is that if the world will end in 2012, why isnt this one of the 52 year increments? if it goes 1977 - 2029 - 2081 and so on, then there must not be a very serious slew of events occuring in 2012.

The universe will probably end in another 18-20 billion years, due to one of the following.

If the big bang theory holds true, we will eventually coast back towards the point of creation and be recompacted back into a single molecule. sucks to live in the year 18,000,002,005 huh?

Or if there was some other way we were created, Earth will probably be engulfed by the sun. call me crazy, but scientists have theorisized that the earth and all of the planets are slowly coasting towards the sun, due to the suns gravitational pull. This isnt a result of the big bang if it happened, because Andromeda (52,000,000 light years away M32 closest galaxy, supports life) and its planets are not moving towards its sun. Andromeda's sun is also much dimmer, but the 5 planets of Andromeda are much closer to the sun, so all of them could support life. So eventually, we will either be

A) Compressed into an atom. Sorry, thats just the way its gotta go down.

B) Roasted alive by our beautiful sun

C) If the Mayan theory is right, which i just disproved, we will be over run by evil men, implode, burn alive, the dead will walk the earth, a large battle will erupt on the charred remnants of earth, and eventually the world will be ruled by just one man, described as "Dressed in black with dark hair, fair skinned."

You choose, but if i had to put my money on anything, i would say B.
I hope i live to see 26 (i turn 26 in 2012, the apocalypse) :P
by Corbyn December 19, 2005
A fascinating beast. The majority of the species are hideously repugnant and unintelligent, and yet they manage to breed in ever-increasing numbers and populate an area known as the outer west. It is quite common to find five or six offspring in each family group, often with a different father for each new baby.
Their habitat consists of a weatherboard or brick-veneer dwelling and is characterised by an early-model Holden or Ford in the driveway surrounded by a group of males discussing why the carby is stuffed and the results of last night's footy (a primitive gladiator-like spectator sport enjoyed by most bogans).
The female of the species, while smaller in stature, is far more loud and aggressive than the male. While the males tend to be very friendly and congregate with other males, the females spend most of their time in supermarkets and shopping malls, using a shrill high-pitched call to discipline their children and contact other females.
Males and females rarely interact socially except during breeding season, which is otherwise known as Friday night. During this time, females are allowed to enter the male-dominated area known as "the pub" and display their impressive coloured plumage to a prospective mate.
Herein lies an intersting phenomenon. Males will often fight over a particularly attractive female and she will mate with only one male, while some less attractive females have been known to have several partners simultaneously.

Ahhhh. The wonders of nature.
Chris Franklin, Eric Bana as "Poita" on Fast Forward, most of Campbelltown.
by Brad June 04, 2004
The cleveland steamer is far more specific than the listings I have seen here. A sexual act by nature (fetish) the cleveland steamer is when one person craps on another person's chest and (very important) then sits down and rocks back and forth like a steam roller.
Billy had just gotten out of the shower, so me and John gave min a cleveland steamer.
by admin@jordantate.com October 05, 2004
The superband formed by Chad Kroeger of Nickleback and Scott Stapp of Creed in 2012. According to the Mayan's, the arrival of Creedleback will be the harbinger of the apocalypse.
Creed and Nickleback, or Creedleback, are the reason why today's rock is terrible.
by Abakes4bb June 15, 2010
When someone on the receiving end of an arabian deathmask decides to quickly hog-tie the doer and grab the doer's tongue with his or her anus. Then you usually release a bit of flatulence in his or her mounth. This also has to be done with someone from Europe.

Oh man I gave that bitch such a good english gentleman, her breath smelled like ass for a month!
by Will Enzenauer April 25, 2007
All Maya ritual acts were dictated by the 260-day Sacred Round calendar, and all performances had symbolic meaning. Self-mutilation was encouraged during important ritual times. Bloodletting was an important part of any ritual event.
For the Maya, blood sacrifice was necessary for the survival of both gods and people, sending human energy skyward and receiving divine power in return king used an obsidian knife or a stingray spine to cut himself, allowing the blood to fall onto paper held in a bowl. Kings' wives also took part in this ritual by pulling a rope with thorns attached through their tongues. The blood-stained paper was burned, the rising smoke directly communicating with the Sky World.
Prisoners, slaves, and children especially orphans and illegitimate children were sacrificed for the occasion.
Priests were assisted in human sacrifices by four older men who were known as chacs, in honor of the Rain God, Chac. These men would hold the arms and legs of a sacrificial victim while the chest was opened up by another individual called a nacom. Also in attendance was the chilam, a shaman figure who received messages from the gods while in a trance, and whose prophecies were interpreted by the assembled priests.
The Maya believed that when people died, they entered the Underworld through a cave or a cenote. Mayans dreaded death by natural causes because they were said to not go directly to paradise. Ordinary people were buried beneath the floors of their houses, their mouths filled with food accompanied by objects they had used when alive. Some Mayans mummified the heads of their lords and kept and the families kept them and fed them on a regular basis.
Some Mayans today still believe that their villages are the ceremonial center of the world.
There is also a supernatural belief in the spirits of the forest. Some villages today have four pairs of crosses and four jaguar spirits or balam at the village's four entrances, in order to keep evil away. In agricultural rites, deities of the forest are still invoked, and it is still believed that evil winds loose in the world cause disease and sickness.
Mayans are a wondrous group of people. . . because they sacrifice people.
by T00KI3 July 10, 2008