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1)A really, really big snake.
2)A large penis.
3)A long turd.
4)A movie about a reall, really big snake.
1)Jim was eaten alive by an anaconda.
2)Sir Mix Alot called his penis 'anaconda' in the song Baby Got Back.
3)"Dude, you forgot to flush. Your anaconda is fucking scary."
4)Anaconda is another crappy Jlo movie.
by Ichy November 12, 2005
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Rap rock is a hybrid of rap and rock music.

You can usually find traditional instruments of rock like guitars, bass guitars, and drums. Vocals can be sung, rapped or both. You may also see electronic sampling equipment, scratch pads and a DJ.

Now here's the part that some kiddies can't seem to get right: Rap rock is a broad definition for the hybrid genre. Nu metal and rapcore are just specific examples of rap rock.

Nu metal tends to be heavier, harder music with electronic elements, it leans more towards metal (hence the name). Bands such as Slipknot, KoRn, and Godsmack fall into this category.

Rapcore is more of a hybrid between rap and hardcore punk (instead of metal). Bands like House of Pain, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Rage Against the Machine and some of the works of KoRn are good examples of this genre.
Rap rock is a genre of music in which labels can get a bit messy because people often think of Rap rock as being another name for Nu metal or Rapcore.
by Ichy December 16, 2005
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Contrary to popular beleif, reggaeton is NOT spanish reggae. It is spanish RAP with reggae/dancehall beats. Sometimes the rapping is spanglish, spanish with some english thrown in here and there.

This music style is growing in popularity with artits like Daddy Yankee (who is leading the genre right now), Noriega, Don Omar and Luny Toons.
Take a good listen to how a person in a reggae song speaks, then do the same to a reggaeton song, then a rap song. You'll find that a regaeton song has a reggae beat with rapping.

Popular reggaeton songs include:
-Gasolina
-Dale Don Dale
-Oye Mi Canto
-Rompe
by Ichy February 21, 2006
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A great band. The band has long since broken up. It's lead singer, Chester Bennington, joined the band Linkin Park (another great band, IMO). Another member, whose name I forget, has passed away.

The sound is nothing like Linkin Park's music, so don't expect that. Its very soft and slow. No rap elements at all.

Some Grey Daze songs, like 'Broken Glas', are said to be early Linkin Park stuff. This is not true at all. The only thing linking Grey Daze and LP is Chester's singing. And the singing styles are entirely different as well.
Some Grey Daze songs include:
B12
Saturation
Anything, Anything
Broken Glass
Drag
by Ichy November 14, 2005
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Viewed sideways becomes a heart. Usually used to express luv or love for something over the internet. Can be used on a complete stranger you met in an online forum. Less creepy than using the word love on people you don't know.

note: <3 (luv) and love are not necesarily the same. Luv, like 'lub', is a less serious and more lighthearted version of 'love'.
I <3 u = I luv u = I lubu
(none of these is equal to 'I love you')
by Ichy November 10, 2005
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The word "Fuck".
Words like 'shit' and 'ass' no longer have much shock value. Fuck is the mother of all cuss words. But to avoid saying 'fuck' when refering to 'fuck', people call the word an 'f bomb'.
Person 1: I fucking told her to get me a fucking twinkie.
Person 2: O...k
Person 1: She got me a fuckin honey bun instead.
Person 2: and...
Person 1: Are you mocking me? Well, fuck you you fucking fuck!
Person 2: ...a tad happy with the f bomb, aren't we?

Use the f bomb sparingly, or it looses it's effectiveness.
by Ichy November 17, 2005
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A belt with silver pyramid studs around it. They are usually black, but come in many colors.

This belt was once punk, then emo. However, some shottas got a hold of these belts. Now, you can see these belts being worn in the ghetto and by people who probably don't even listen to rock. Some Shottas (and people who follow the shotta style) also use the chains and spikes that were once exclusive to rock. This is probably just the 'in' thing right now, and will pass.
Look at Shaniqua with her green studded belt and green/white Jordans.
by Ichy December 23, 2005
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