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A Canadian EDM dude named Joel who wears a mouse head all the time. Pronounced dead•mouse but the idiots at my school are always saying dead•mau•5. Don't be like the idiots at my school.
Recommendation: Strobe is a beautiful song.
Me: I wanna go to a deadmau5 (said correctly) concert.
Friend: I think you mean deadmau5 (said incorrectly). Learn how to read.
Me: Why don't you take your own advice.
by Hoyuten December 28, 2019
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Another way to say have fun.

Also it's the 72nd element of the periodic table of elements, symbol Hf (hence "have fun"). It's a metal, I guess, but don't ask me. My chemistry teacher has been useless this whole year.
Friend: I'm gonna have to go get stuff done now.
Me: Hafnium with that!
by Hoyuten October 10, 2021
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KSHMR/Niles Hollowell-Dhar is an American-Kashmiri electronic music and big room producer. Formerly one half of hip-hop duo The Cataracs with David Singer-Vine, KSHMR released his first single "Megalodon" in 2014. Before then, he ghost-produced songs like Tsunami "by" DVBBS and Borgeous, and Stampede "by" the latter two and Dipshit Vegas & Loser Mike.

Niles' style is a blend of modern big room/electro and Indian elements. Unfortunately, for the quality of music he produces, he gets minimal attention, especially compared to Marshmello who is overrated producer making boring pop garbage.

He's released multiple free tutorials on YouTube, and has more paid ones on his Dharma Worldwide platform. KSHMR is one of the most experienced producers of the industry that deserves far more.
Me: No thanks, I spent my money wisely on KSHMR. Enjoy trashmello's "happier" stolen from ARTY.
by Hoyuten February 23, 2021
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An update of Geometry Dash that everyone wants out (even the developer himself) but is taking too long. I am aware of that but you gotta have patience and it will be worth it, trust me.
Retard: 2.2 where
Me: stfu noob
by Hoyuten March 18, 2020
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Terraria is a 2D side-scrolling game developed and published by Re-Logic for multiple platforms. Most people believe it is a rip-off of the popular sandbox game Minecraft, but neither has ripped off the other really. This misconception is carried around much too often.
Contrary to popular belief, Terraria has mods just like Minecraft, people seem to not do their research into that. Also, it has many more elements than Minecraft. More potions and a story progression is more of what makes this game stand out from Minecraft.
Even though there is no creative mode or other dimensions (like Minecraft's Nether) in Terraria, there are classes you can play as; melee, ranged, magic, and summoner. And the bosses require you to employ actual strategy instead of spamming your bow and arrows over and over again. (Speaking of which, Terraria has, along with more than one bow, guns as well.)
Though most people take a side of either Terraria or Minecraft (and I may sound like the Terraria side, ngl) but the truth is, neither is 'better' than the other. They are both sandbox games created with pixels and a development team. And while Minecraft may gain slightly more attention than Terraria, both are amazing games regardless of the audience range and size.
Me: I'm gonna play Terraria.
Annoying Eavesdropper: Ew, Terraria! Play Minecraft, where there's actually mods.
Me: You might want to do some internet research into the mods thing. And I also play Minecraft, thank you very much. Both these games are successful. Not that I can guarantee you'll be, anyway.
Annoying Eavesdropper: *confuzzled af*
by Hoyuten April 22, 2020
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