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American slang for a gullible and weak-minded person. A patsy is a fool, usually a person that has good intentions but is deceived easily. The term originated when Irish immigrants came over to the USA, during the potato famine in the 19th century. (i.e. patsy = St. Patrick) and loads of Irish people entering the working class, were easily gullible and duped by Americans crooks/fraudsters when they settled there. Another term that isn't used very much and is more rare is, "paddy". Americans were mostly Protestants too, so calling Irish people patsy was more insulting of their Catholicism than their actual ethnicity.

It is no longer derogatory against just Irish people or religion in the USA, and is now usually used in modern society by American dads to scold their sons. It's almost like saying "Don't be a gullible pussy".
Snake Oil Sellsman: hahahaha! Those damned patsy's were duped again by our quack cures, and making us richer. It's a good thing they decided to come here, trying to take the easy way out, instead of staying in Ireland.
by Charmouche September 28, 2016
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The pathetic city in Louisiana. And am a Cajun myself. You just know it sucks when it has a lot of Black people and people from out of state, pretending to be French and taking credit for a cultural heritage that isn't theirs.

I have a Catholic background but Mardi Gras is the most ridiculous "holiday" ever. I am a Cajun and actually find it to be insulting/offensive to me; that people celebrate this holiday without even having a Cajun (or Spanish) heritage. You people had nothing to do with Louisiana and/or American history. Stop taking credit for something your ancestors never accomplished; and mine did.
New Orleans used to be a good city; but has been overruled by non-Cajun Communist migrants ever since Post-WW2. Thank that to Libtards.
by Charmouche April 20, 2018
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One of the best 1980's and early 1990's American heavy metal bands; that ever existed. They wrote very mature content; but were very overlooked and overshadowed. (both by the Glam metal i.e. Guns N' Roses; and Grunge music scenes. i.e. Nirvana; But still managed to stand-tall.)

Their music and lyrical content was about Relationships, partying/good times, tragedy, life's struggles/hardships and life out on the streets.

By 1996; Sebastian Bach left the band. He noticed the band were starting to become egotistical assholes with their new found success; and begin to disagree with them on creative issues; so he opted to quit the band. Skid Row never really recovered without him in the mainstream and later faded into obscurity. Their music skill declined as musicians as well; and the new "Skid Row" without him, sounds like a painful post-grunge Nickelback or Creed version.

Seb's departure somewhat hindered Skid Row's fanbase; and alienated a lot of original fans. Skid Row needed Sebastian Bach more than he needed them.

If Skid Row continued with Seb, they might have became the next Alice in Chains.
Skid Row were a really good band up until Seb left. The 3 albums they released before Seb's departure, are pure overlooked classics.

Skid Row were always the unsung band of the Heavy metal scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Guns N' Roses, Metallica and Nirvana were always stealing their limelight. If those three bands never got mainstream attention; EVERYBODY would know of Skid Row and their superiority/brilliance.

(If you want my opinion; Sebastian Bach should have joined Alice in Chains after Layne Staley died. He would be the perfect match. Imagine Seb and Jerry Cantrell playing in a band together. That would be kickass! I'd pay to see that.)
by Charmouche May 5, 2018
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Probably the most dangerous antidepressant out there. It's like the Xanax of antidepressants. You literally feel nothing on this drug and are easily irritable and irritated. Sometimes you want to become a psychopath on it, and have thoughts to hurt people or yourself. Some gangsters in the hood and corrupt cops take it with Xanax, whenever there is a gang/turf war and such, so they push it to the limit and don't feel any fear.

It is basically Psychiatric fraud and poison; soma for the masses. See: Brave New World But, big pharma don't want the common man mindless herd to know this. lol
Eric Harris of Columbine High School was a nice kid before he was prescribed Zoloft after becoming freshman at age 15, by his parents to ward off depression. Then Harris became a mental case with his bullying and went on a rampage with his friend, Dylan Klebold.
by Charmouche September 11, 2016
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A fake person on the Internet who is a mocker with subtle jests.
Trolololol trolls shall rule da world.
by Charmouche March 23, 2017
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What the world is about to enter into, a second time. Hopefully I am wrong.
Trump won't be enough. Thanks to Obama, the Western world is going into another Dark Ages. I can feel it
by Charmouche February 20, 2017
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The decade of cocaine, roller blading, weird fashion, the best sex, simpler times and the finest females. America was the number one place to be in the world. Also a time when New York and New Jersey (East Coast) were the hottest places, and took back America as the best place to be; from the previous West Coast and the South. Also the era when Japanese cars took over the American market in popularity. Like Mazda, Honda and Toyota.

And of course, some of the craziest music produced by human beings, ever.
Sometimes you wish society was just like the weird ol' 1980s.

To a European, if you were ADIDAS, you're an Eastern European. To an American, if you were ADIDAS you're representin' the retro 1980s.
by Charmouche February 18, 2017
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