An overwhelming and practical response from the fans to events in a TV series, book, film, etc.
The first nine hysterical women were Torchwood
fans, who sent coffee and letters to the BBC protesting against the death of Ianto Jones
. Over 900 people registered on one LiveJournal community alone.
Russell T Davies: "The 'controversy' over Ianto's death is just nine hysterical women."
If (character) dies this series, they'll have nine hysterical women on their hands.
Noun: The deadline for leaving Facebook/Twitter/MSN/homework/alcohol/etc and going to bed.
"My bedline is midnight tonight, no one is allowed to take to me after that time."
"Can't stay long, my Mum's given me a bedline of eleven."
Noun. The bond formed between a group of people who have nothing in common other than being less popular than others. Geeks, nerds, sci-fi fans, musicians, goths, punks, hippies and the intelligent can all form "Loser Unity" bonds to protect them from more popular groups.
The God Eaters, Jesse Hajicek: '"Him?" Ash looked skeptical. "What, are you collecting wimps?"
"Loser unity." Kieran grinned.'