Best described as a torrent of little children running around in a minefield (users), some armed with weapons (moderators), forums are the flagship of internet discussion, spam, and flame wars.
Smaller forums tend to be more habitable, but the larger ones have many distinct and similar features. For example, within approximately seven seconds of the creation of a topic, you will have at least one reply, garunteed. Large forums also tend to spawn makeshift caste systems within themselves, and you're automatically a malefactor in the forum until you have a 4-digit post count.
A forum can sometimes be helpful, but normally they become a time consuming and frustrating thing if you pay too much attention to them.
I got banned from that forum for being a n00b.
A group of people who come together to play music. Often comes in two forms in popular usage:
1. A high school band. These tend to be tight-knit groups of kids who all either love or hate what they do. Their shows tend to show great musical skill and/or choreography.
2. A rock band. These tend to be tight-knit groups of people who all either love their music or the money they earn from it. Their shows are either dull or explosive.
The band is playing at 4:30 at the football game, and then Bill is playing with his band at 8:00 after the game.
A place for social gatherings, that plays the latest music and encourgaes dancing and drinking. It also encourages under-aged female jail bait to slip by the bouncer to be lusty eye candy for the 30 something males that attend.
Damn! is this a club? or an after school day-care program?
The Little League of organized crime. A social club for teenagers or young adults without a drive to contribute to society in a positive manner. Members often lack any sense of self-esteem so seek out like minds and congregate in large groups. Scholastic vocabulary is limited so they communicate via cryptic hand signals. Can be comparable to a Dark Side of the Mickey Mouse Club: Members often engage in theft, vandalism, rape, murder, in order to get respect and recognition that they fail to receive in their very short lives.
Hey bro, I'm in your gang! Come to my room, and I will show you my hood.
1. A small or large number of people.
2. Another name for a band.
3. To get something together.
1. That's big group
2. What group's concert are you going to?
3. Group it.
A national street gang, well known for wearing the color red, selling crack, and illiteracy
I went down Compton Ave, stupid Bloods were selling crack everywhere. If only they knew how to read, they could work for Merck and sell drugs legally.
A comedy TV series created by Dan Harmon in 2009. It focuses on the lives of a ragtag study group at a mediocre community college
. Comedians Joel McHale
and Chevy Chase
star in the series.
Overall, a hilarious comedy.
Hey, lets watch Community tonight.
to be part of another group of people, working togeter
there is no "I" in team, but there is an "I" in "pie", and there is an "I" in "meat pie" so techniqly there is an "I"
A number commonly known for superstitious beliefs about it being unlucky. Originally it was a holy number, but somewhere along the way it was hijacked and portrayed as unlucky. Fear of this number is called triskaidekaphobia.