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Something that the king wonders about.
King: "I wonder what's for dinner."
Link: "Oh boy! I'm so hungry, I could eat an Octarok!"
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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A sub-genre of shotacon hentai that depicts young boys (usually under 15 years old) paired with women (who are typically as young as the boy or older).

Many shotacon works have homosexual themes, so the term "straight shota(con)" is used to differentiate from that.
Negima! is an anime/manga series with straight shotacon themes.
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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Something that you try to do but procrastinate on anyway. Gives off that aura that makes you not want to do it.
Okay, time to do my math homework.

*5 minutes and half a problem later*

Fuck this, I'm going on UrbanDictionary.
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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Things that are inert.

(Origin of joke: The video "The Balls Are Inert" by Kajetokun, the same man behind the infamous Over 9000 video.")
Piccolo: "The balls are inert. It doesn't make a bit of difference guys."
Gohan: "But it's still there!"
Piccolo: "Yes, but I think it doesn't make a bit of difference, guys. The balls are inert."
Gohan: "But it's still--"
Gohan: "But it's--"
Piccolo: "SHIT!"
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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A type of troll who spoilers works of fiction for others for the lulz.

A particularly infamous example is the drive-by spoiling of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" at a midnight release party.
So I told my friend that I've been playing Persona 4 lately, and he keeps mouthing off about the identity of the guy behind the TV murders. Stupid spoiler troll.
by Raymoo June 15, 2010

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A mode of play on Guitar Hero that speeds up the notes and spreads them out, making them easier to read. Whether Hyper Speed is cheating or not is often a topic of debate.

Many in favor of HS have had previous experience in music games such as Pump It Up, DrumMania, Guitar Freaks, Dance Dance Revolution, and Beatmania IIDX, all of which have speed modifiers. Speed mods have come to be widely accepted by many players in the music game community and to say to these people that Hyper Speed is cheating would be like starting a fight with an entire (American) football team.

Pro-HS players with no previous music game experience argue that Hyper Speed does not change the notes or the song, and may make songs *harder* by halving the time one has to read the notes.

Additionally, Hyper Speed is the only code that scores can be saved under, and the Guitar Hero ranking site Score Hero accepts scores acheived with Hyper Speed.

Those against HS argue that it makes the game easier, and thus it is grounds for cheating. In addition, when the code for HS is entered, the text "CHEAT ENABLED: HYPER SPEED" pops up--thus, some consider this a cheat in the technical sense. However, others may counter this argument, saying that the "Performance Mode" modifier, which hides the game's HUD and also rings up the "CHEAT ENABLED" text, would also be cheating despite making the game more difficult.
Random player: "I just beat Jordan Expert...I used Hyper Speed though, does it count?"
Pro-HS player: "Who cares, I've been using hi-speed codes for years."
Anti-HS player: "Yes it is, I'd rather see someone fail a song on Easy without Hyper Speed than see someone get 5 stars with HS!"
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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A game company responsible for many cult-status games, many of which involve shooting stuff.

Examples of Treasure's works include Gunstar Heroes, Radiant Silvergun, Sin and Punishment, and more recently, Ikaruga.
Random guy 1: "I just got Gunstar Heroes for the Wii's Virtual Console!
RG2: "Gunstar Heroes? What's that?"
RG1: "It's a run-and-gun shooter by Treasure. You know, kinda like Contra or Metal Slug."
by Raymoo October 16, 2007

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