A group of people such as friends. Often used when discussing stereotypes.
Stereotypical meaning: Group of goths, preps, emos, punk, etc.
It is sad how there are so many different "cliques" that hate each other...almostlike gangs...sucks to them.
An unncessary label attached to music, movies, novels, etc. giving way to discrimination, stereotypes, and prejudice.
I was once kicked out of a music chat room based on the "metal" genre because I listen to "nu-metal".
1 who has a sexual thought every ten seconds.
Something you put on jars. Not on people
That has Label says the Jar has apples in it.
The name that swingers use to describe their culture. A couple can be in the lifestyle by attending events and becoming familiar with what goes on. They do not have to participate in the swapping and group sex that occurs there. Those that do participate are said to be active
You two are a nice looking couple. How long have you been in the lifestyle?
Though in a manner hypocritical, a 'label' for those who choose not to define themselves (i.e. punk, hipster, crust metalhead, skinhead, hippie, gangsta etc...)
Anthony listens to many genres of music, wears various styles of clothing, and doesn't limit himself to one particular style of living, thus, its possible that he considers himself post label.
Noun: The basic defining characteristics of a person, everything from talk, dress, hairstyle, demeanor, etc. A majority of the time it is the person's appearance in general and can be categorized (grunge, hippie, preppy, hoochie, nerdy, etc). A few people have their own style which usually makes them unique while most go with whatever is the "in" thing at the time in all the above categories. Can also be used as a compliment (see example #2a and b).
#1a: "Toni's style is an odd one -- she keeps her hair groomed like a diva, wears alot of makeup, rocks Chuck Taylor All Stars, and buys her shirts at the Bass Pro Shop.....what's up with that??"
#1b: "Although some may think that Alicia Keys is boring, I must admit that her style is different from most entertainers her age".
#2a: "My boy James got style -- did you see how he quiety hollered at ol' gurl and got the digits with little to no effort"?
#2b: "Janelle really laid her crib out -- she got black and white art with touches of color....I like that girl's style".
A meaningless label that radio stations use to tell their listeners that there's a little bit of rock on the station.
Radio: "We give TRUE variety! And now for Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' followed by Nickelback's 'Rockstar'"