7 definitions by Adam Laughlin

This is a word coined by Reverend Marilyn Manson (formerly Brian Warner). As humanitarian describes a devotion to human welfare, "celebritarian" describes a devotion to the needs of a celebrity or idol.
"They orchestrated dramatic new scenes, for celebritarian needs" - "The Fall of Adam" (Track 17), "Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)", 2000.
by Adam Laughlin May 29, 2005
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Death metal is characterized mostly by absolutely unintelligible vocals - often not even real words - and drummers who only know how to use thier bass pedal.
Cannibal Corpse is a fine example... of the worst music I've heard in my life.
by Adam Laughlin July 23, 2005
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Props for brown nosers. That's really all there is to it.
He voluteered in the school kitchen to get some brownie points.
by Adam Laughlin August 15, 2005
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One and-a-half times as much as something.
"Indeed, the first year of the office's ad campaign, ABC grabbed nearly $30 million worth, half again as much as Fox, its nearest rival at $20 million."

Source: Article on US Gov't Pot Propaganda
by Adam Laughlin September 5, 2005
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Used to describe something that is incredibly crappy, somewhat purposeless and usually is instantaneously obsolete. Somewhat derogatory.

Origin: A video game controller with a "Macro" button on it, which usually causes said game to cease function.
"Dude, this controller has a button that freezes the game."
"That's so Macro!"
"Yeah, there's no excuse for that."
by Adam Laughlin December 28, 2005
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"This taco is smunchy".
by Adam Laughlin September 2, 2005
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