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One of the best managers, bookers and overall personalities in wrestling history. While currently retired from the wrestling business, Cornette owns a podcast that led him to become one of the most listened and most subscribed wrestling personalities on YouTube.

While one of the best talkers in wrestling history, Jim Cornette is perhaps best known for his outspoken criticisms with modern wrestling (especially in WWE and AEW), most notably hardcore wrestling, cartoonish and goofy gimmicks, videogame-based movesets in the ring, performers who constantly break kayfabe and never take the business seriously (a.k.a "wrestlers" who prefer sports entertainment than actual wrestling), and modern wrestling fans who support all of the above.

Last, but not least, he is known for having outbursts when talking about people he hates the most, most of them that belong (or belonged) in the wrestling business. Some of the notable examples are: Vince Russo (the number one on his list, also identified by Cornette as 'shit stain' or 'the Archbishop of Talentbury'), Kevin Dunn, Ed Ferrara, John Laurinaitis, Greg the Office Boy (from Ring of Honor), Jim Herd, Tim Horner, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, Joey Janella (a.k.a "Jelly Nutella"), Marko Stunt, Donald Trump and all republicans.
Hardcore wrestling fan: "Bro, I loved seeing Jon Moxley sticking a fork on that guy's head! That was awesome!"
Jim Cornette: "How about I stick a fork up your ass, you mother******!"
by DiogoAttitude June 1, 2023
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A common phrase that is written in those little labels/tags that you find in your mattress or pillows (mostly on matresses) that you have the urge to take it off but you may think you're going to pay a huge fee or, perhaps, going to jail. As if there was a hidden super-mega-ant-bacteria size of a camera inside that tag to watch it. Some say "except by consumer" others not. But you'll remove it anyway. Besides... what's the worst thing could happen, hm?
Person 1: I just took off this tag. It says: "do not remove under penalty of law". So cool huh?
Person 2: OMG! You're going to jail!
Person 1: Nah. I'll just put it on my mom's desk.
by DiogoAttitude November 16, 2015
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The canine sidekick of Dick Dastardly, featured in the 60's cartoons "Wacky Races" and "Dick Dastardly and Muttley in the Flying Machines". Best known for helping/trolling his master Dastardly in his schemes, having a loving passion for medals and for his funny-as-hell laugh. If things aren't done his way, he will not give a single shit about what's gonna happen to you. Especially if you're Dastardly.
Dastardly: "Muttley! Do something!"
Muttley: "Rawrrwarr medal?"
Dastardly: "No medal Muttley! It's your duty to save me!"
Muttley: *proceeds to let his master fall off 2000 meters in the air and laughs* HIHIHIHIHIHIH.
by DiogoAttitude November 22, 2016
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A former WCW, WWE and TNA wrestler, now wrestling in Global Force Wrestling. Also known as the "Big Bad Booty Daddy" or the "Genetic Freak" thanks to his absurd and abnormal body and muscles (more like Steroid Freak), and calls his fans as his "freaks". Pretty much known for making over-the-top promos and unscriped yellings and swearing, for his own english-gibberish vocabulary, for hating on Ric Flair and for hating on fat wrestlers (like his feud with Samoa Joe). Funny as hell too. He even flip the bird at Hulk Hogan in WCW once.
Scott Steiner: "GIMME A F***ING MIC!"
Jerry Lawler: "Uh-oh".
by DiogoAttitude August 5, 2016
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Defined by existing theory (and practice) that all forms of entertainment (books, movies, shows, videogames, etc.) and its content need to reflect "the world we live in today".

Allow me to deconstruct it into several characteristics:

1. It doesn't matter if the character is likable or not, or if the actor/actress has any acting skill... as long as you're of different skin color and sexually diverse, then you're in the spotlight.

2. Male characters (especially white ones) in "modern entertainment" are depicted as bad, dumb, stupid, misorganized, indecisive and fragile. Double points if a female character is the protagonist and the male character is the villain; and triple points if the female characters can kick every male character's ass.

3. Female characters need to be uber strong, with literally no imperfections (a.k.a. a Mary Sue), can kick anyone's ass, and they do not need to have any likable features. You can act smug, put everyone's life in jeopardy, be a total prick, and just not give a care about anything in this world... as long as you are a strong female character then everybody is going to praise how wonderful and "progressive" you are.

4. All forms of entertainment that you used to like are now being remade into having more diverse characters and storylines based on identity politics. Gone are the times when people cared to craft good stories with solid characters, now replaced with craftsmanship just for the sake of representation and attention-seeking.
We need to reboot Tomb Raider once more. This is modern entertainment.
We need to reboot Ghostbusters. This is modern entertainment.
We need to create more gender-diverse shows without the "good story" requirement. This is modern entertainment.
by DiogoAttitude December 16, 2022
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The arch-enemy of Captain Obvious, because unlike him, Captain Sarcasm just answers a stupid question with a rather crude or not sarcastic way. Or just simply states facts in a sarcastic way.
Stupid guy: "If I get bitten by a venomous spider, will I die?"
Captain Sarcasm: "No, you'll become Spider-Man."

Stupid guy: "How will my post card be delivered to my mom "by sea"?"
Cap. Sarcasm: "Swimming, obviously".

Stupid guy: "Do you need to use the bathroom?"
Cap. Sarcasm: *holding his crotch* "No, I need to go to the library and read a book".
by DiogoAttitude November 22, 2016
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