22 definitions by Risown

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If you've seen Charles Manson's epic question, you need to see his epic answer.
by Risown March 10, 2009
Charlie Brown is the main character of the Peanuts comic strip. Charlie Brown has been around for 50 years or more. Charlie Brown is known as a permanent case of bad luck by most of his peers. Chuck is a lovable loser who seems to fail at almost everything he does. Even though he cannot kick a foot ball properly, or throw a good pitch in baseball, he will still be loved by all of the world.
by Risown April 1, 2009
A character on the hit TV drama Lost. "Sawyer" for short, is the bad ass on the island, the tough guy. He makes many attempts to be the leader and have everyone look up to him. He took the name "Sawyer" from the man who killed his father. This character is played by Josh Holloway.
James Sawyer(to Hurley): I've got enough food now to open a chain of mini-marts. Hey, you think Sayid needs a job?
by Risown January 4, 2009
The Andrea Gail was a fishing vessel that was constructed in Panama City, Florida in 1978. The ships original name was "Miss Penny". The ship was lost during the "Perfect Storm" of 1991. Tragically, all six members of the crew were lost at sea, and presumed dead. The crew consisted of Captain Billy Tyne, Robert 'Bobby' Shatford, David 'Sully' Sullivan, Dale 'Murph' Murphy, Michael 'Bugsy' Moran, and Alfred Pierre.
Mayday! Mayday! This is the Andrea Gail! Mayday!..


The tragedy of the Andrea Gail will never be forgotten.
by Risown March 14, 2009
The original chosen name for the band Lynyrd Skynyrd. This name was used as a mocking tribute to a gym teacher at Robert E. Lee High School, Leonard Skinner, who was notorious for strictly enforcing the school's policy against boys having long hair. The more distinctive spelling was adopted before they released their first album.
Leonard Skinnerd man. For real.
by Risown February 2, 2009
The main character played by Kevin Bacon in the movie Death Sentence. Humes' oldest son was murdered in a convenience store. He killed the man who killed his son, and in return, was targeted by the gang who had killed his son. Him, his wife and younger son were all shot. He survived, and his younger son went into a coma. Thinking he no longer had a purpose to live, Hume went on a rampage to kill the gang who ruined his life. He succeeded in doing so, but he died during the gun battle with the gang leader. Seconds before he bled to death, he was informed that his son was going to wake up from the coma.
"The fucker is alive Billy! The fucker never died!

Billy; So what?..

Nicholas Hume: So this mother fucker.."
by Risown March 4, 2009
A song by American hard rock band Avenged Sevenfold. The song is the fourth on their self-titled album and features a string orchestra. It was written by the band's drummer, The Rev. The song is about a man who dies early and finds himself in heaven. Upon entering, he realizes that he has too many things to do on Earth, and to go back and make it right he has to escape from the afterlife.
I don't belong here, we gotta move on dear. Escape from this Afterlife.
by Risown April 20, 2009