An abbrevation for Total Request Live
A one hour long commercial disguised as a show. Has nothing to do with music, celebrities, or requests. An easy way for Viacom executives to manipulate the minds of the 10-18 yr old masses in order to mold them all into sheep. Viacom is friends with the recording industry, so the 20 seconds of each video on the Top 10 Countdown you see is intended to sell music quickly, hot off the press. This keeps the media companies from losing profits while the economy is bad.
OMG! TRL is on! I can't wait to go to Sam Goody tonight and buy whatever music MTV tells me to. I'm so young, only 14, so I have no frame of reference, sense of history, or idea of how the world operates.
The decade following the 1990s, currently in progress, and on course to becoming one of the worst, most meaningless and culturally empty decades in American history.
I'm so glad I graduated from high school in the 1990s and not the 00s.
Greedy Old Limpdick Fun
A recreational activity for conservative white males that will hopefully become non-existant in a few decades. Involves knocking a ball around with the goal of getting it into different holes. The game is played on a golf course which is a waste of more land space than Wal-Mart Stores.
Father: Hey son, what do you say we play some golf together and have some father and son bonding time?
Son: No thanks dad. I'm not a baby boomer.
v. The act of pursuing chicks that are knowingly claimed by other dudes.
Hurry up and let's get over to the party before those other dudes worm our chicks.
December 21, 2004
Money To Viacom
A brand which was purchased by Viacom in the late 1990s, which was also around the same time MTV's complete identity began to change, leaving viewers feeling alienated from something that was once a big part of their lives. Generation Xers complain and write harsh negative definitions about this brand on urbandictionary, and they are all pretty much accurate. The only reason we don't see huge rebellions against the current MTV is because most Generation Xers are too old to really care anymore, and the younger generation doesn't know any different so they accept it.
Person 1: I want my MTV.
Person 2: Hop into this time machine and I'll transport you back to 1993.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Black civil rights organization that was very influential in the 60s and 70s, but doesn't really know what it stands for anymore.
Did you hear Bush declined to speak before the NAACP?
So, he picked Condi Rice as Secretary of State.
Marketing Television Too!
MTV's brand for viewers with slightly higher IQs. Through filler and commercials, somehow manages to stretch appx. 5 hours worth of programming into a 24 hour period. With the ailing economy and with Viacom's financial losses, MTV Networks formats this way in order to save money.
I better hurry up and watch MTV2 now before they change the format to Newlyweds 24 hours a day.