69 definitions by Bruce

A dirty, hairy homeless man who lives in alleys and survives on cats, banana peels and puddle water.
That goddamn gutter snipe was out by my stoop yesterday trying to get some change.
by Bruce November 22, 2003
laura: i brought a nissan micra 2day
bruce: swankey
by Bruce April 14, 2004
A piece of toast and gooseberry jam stolen by a green goblin and then fed to it's cat
Where is my toast, I hope it's not become a rasnikkle
by Bruce September 14, 2003
"A forum for da ho in all of uz"

A congregation of elite attractive witty open-minded individuals who enjoy discrimination and all things perverse.
Hey yo, those people at Prozzies make me sick. Ya'll ain't got no self respect. Notice how my girl don't post there no more? Yeh. Word.

(Real life exmaples of people too ugly for Prozzies)
by Bruce April 26, 2005
Zhuge Liang (Kongming)
Born 181 AD - Died 234 AD
53 Years
Place of Birth - Yangdu, Langye

Zhuge Liang was a Taoist scholar, also known as Wo Long, or Sleeping Dragon. As a youth he lived as a hermit after escaping from his home with his brother, Zhuge Jin.

Xu Shu recommended Zhuge Liang as his successor to Liu Bei when he was ensnared in a plot by Cao Cao. Liu Bei paid three visits to the hermit, and finally on the third visit, Zhuge Liang consented to be his strategist, as he was impressed by Liu Bei's sincerity, virtue and morality.

Zhuge Liang personally travelled to Wu to make an alliance against Cao Cao. The battle of Chi Bi took place, Zhuge Liang made the southern wind blow, and Cao Cao fled defeated in the wake of the fire attack.

During this period, Zhuge Liang advised Liu Bei to conquer as much of the Southlands as possible so the Three Kingdoms Strategy could be used. Liu Bei's forces took Cheng Du, and established the Shu Kingdom. Shu, Wu and Wei now struggled to unify China.

Liu Bei became King of Hanzhong and then Emperor of Shu, yet when his sworn brother Guan Yu was executed by Wu, and his other sworn brother assassinated as he slept, he swore revenge.

With both wings torn, he invaded Wu, but was defeated by the talented young strategist Lu Xun and the much smaller Wu force. Liu Bei passed away, and Liu Chan succeeded him, before hand, Liu Bei entrusted Zhuge Liang with Shu if his son was unfit to rule.

Zhuge Liang led a campaign against the Nanman tribes in the south, and crushed them. He then went to invade Wei, but due to internal corruption in the Shu Court and also due to the brilliant planning of the Wei strategist Sima Yi, he embarked on no less than 5 campaigns.

In the year 234 AD, Zhuge Liang passed away on Wu Zhang Plains, after his attempt to recover more time was denied as Wei Yan knocked over the candles that were required to stay lit. He banned all mourning so as to decieve the enemy, when they did invade, a wooden statue was dressed as Zhuge Liang and put in a chariot. Sima Yi fled at the site of it, and so it is said in Chinese lore, "A dead Zhuge Liang can outwit a live Sima Yi." When Sima Yi observed the Shu camp and lines, he remarked that Zhuge Liang was indeed the cleverest man under heaven.
For more in depth information, check out www.kongming.net

Parts of this definiton taken from that site.
by Bruce February 4, 2005
It derives from being “owned” in an online FPS game, like DOOM or QUAKE.

If someone frags you, esp. quickly, they consider you “owned”. If they type “owned” in the text message box too quickly (because they’re too busy shooting stuff), they hit the “p” key instead of the “o” key, because those keys are spatially local, and they end up typing “pwned”. Eventually, “pwned” became more popular to type than “owned”.
by Bruce October 8, 2004