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A mostly media-made term for encompassing all forms of electronic music, as individual forms of electronic music aren't popular enough for record stores to devote full sections to. Generally, it will be found next to an equally small "dance" section that carries the more danceable stuff, while electronica section carries more listening music.
House, Trance, Techno, IDM, Jungle, Anything-core, Trip-hop, Acid/Electronic Jazz, Whatever-bient, and thousands of other obscure genres are generally stuffed into "Electronica"
by Spiffy Hamster August 18, 2005
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Term coined from Rock bands from the 70s who would use a lot of synthesizors and such in their music, and do strange things with their hair, such as cut shapes such as starts and hearts in it.
by Spiffy Hamster July 13, 2004
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MMORPG which Spiffy Hamster enjoys playing. Some people are far too addicted. Many bots. However, I really like this game. Playing it right now...
51/37 Battle Acolyte bound to be Monk TODAY.
by Spiffy Hamster May 24, 2004
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Yes another fail of a 4chan meme.
Mup da doo didda po mo gub dat tum muhfugen bix nood cof bin dub ho muhfugga
by Spiffy Hamster April 23, 2005
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Japanglish is quasi-language almost exclusively used by the most clueless of the wapanese, consisting of both English and Japanese words being used in the sentence. This is usually as a result of the said wapanese person trying very hard to be as Japanese as possible by speaking the language, but since s/he only knows very basic vocabulary and sentence structure, english words are also used. English sentence structure dominates despite this. It is uncommon to see japanese words other than "watashi", "kimi", "neko", "baka", "kawaii", and a few other such fandom-oriented words actually used. Pronounciation of these words may range from being absolutely wrong in a clueless, to absolutely wrong though still conceited, to more accurate than common Japanese speech and pretentious as possible about it. Commonly used by self-proclaimed "otaku" as well. Often accompanied by "anime smileys" such as ^_^ and XD.

Japanglish sometimes also refers to a pseudo-language used in learning Japanese; this is rare in internet culture.
"OMG! Neko-san is sooooo baka XD"
- Probably someone

"That's so kawaii!!!"
- Gwen Stefani

Almost all wapanese forum speech uses some form of Japanglish.
by Spiffy Hamster November 30, 2005
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