1) A British rock band active from 1968-1980
2) A textbook case of public brainwashing
Stoned dork: "Dude, Zeppelin rules. Dude, Zeppelin rules. Dude, Zeppelin rules"
Normal person: "Hey that guy seems to really like Led Zeppelin. I'm impressed. They must be really something"
Stone dork 2: "Dude, Zeppelin rules. Dude, Zeppelin rules. Dude, Zeppelin rules"
Normal person 2 :"Oh wow, more people like this band Led Zeppelin. If these guys are so popular, they just have to be awesome. I've never actually heard any Led Zeppelin songs, but you guys are right, they *DO* rule."
Normal person 3: " More people think Led Zeppelin are awesome? Hey count me in, I don't want to be left out! I'm in! I'm a Led head! Best band ever! Where can I get a T shirt?"
English actor, notable for having absolutely no acting ability at all. Has appeared in two of the most famous film franchises of recent times, and has contributed more to ruining the suspension of disbelief in these films than any number of white Volkswagens seen driving in the background.
Guy: "Every time Orlando Bloom has a speaking part in a movie I cringe"
Fangirl: "You just say that cos you're jealous that he's sex on legs!!!!"
Guy: "People say Johnny Depp's sex on legs too and I think he's a cool actor. I just don't like Orlando Bloom because he couldn't act his way out of a wet paper bag"
Youtube user whose instant internet celebrity
status is mystifying. He posted a tearful video defending Britney Spears
which was amusing for the first few views, but after the novelty wore off any sane person would get tired of "Chris Crocker this Chris Crocker that" and wish everyone would just shut the holy hell up.
Guy 1; "Hey I watched the Chris Crocker video"! It's funny!"
Guy 2; "Why?"
Guy 1; "Well he wears mascara and cries and he's obviously a drag queen!"
Guy 2; "Ha ha!"
*A week later*
Guy 3; "Hey I watched the Chris Crocker video"! It's funny!"
Guy 2; "I'M F*CKING SICK OF HEARING ABOUT THIS SH*T"
A variety of American cedar
wood, which was fashionable for making movie props in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Kevin costner was noteable for it's light weight, ready availabilty but high cost of production. It has fallen somewhat out of fashion now, but kevin costner products were often found adorning the covers of TV Guide
Middle aged woman 1 - "Did you see that kevin costner coffee table?"
Middle aged woman 2 - "Yes, it was lovely. The legs were a bit short, but the graining pattern was nicer than that cedar wood one they had"
The feelng you get when someone holds your balls in their grasp and they don't squeeze.
"I'm holding 'em."
"You gonna squeeze?"
"Hey you didn't squeeze! Friends?"
A word that nobody really knows what it actually means but is often used by pretentious book and film critics so that they can feel smug.
Pretentious film critic: "The character of Jeffrey F DuMont held a pessismtic, indeed nihilistic, view of the sexual mores of Englands middle class Edwardian social strata, and upheld the view that the Schrodinger's cat paradox between Maria, the pastor's daughter and Bertie, the sentient lump of coal was essentially intrangible"
1)A sheep in Led Zeppelin clothing (usually a t shirt)
2)A person willing to follow blindly
3)A person who if born 200 years earlier would have made excellent cannon fodder.
Level headed rock fan: What do you think of Led Zeppelin?
Ledhead: ZOMG! I just creamed my pants at the very mention of the name! They're utter Rock Gods! baaaa!