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A baseball dad is a middle-classed man who spends his time at the bars and taking the kids to sporting events in his new pick-up truck. He never lets his kids watch TV shows or movies that are PG-13 or contain "foul language", and spends a lot of time are beer pong parties, and smashing copies of GTA.
Baseball dads, soccer moms, beware of them.
by SunFlow3 March 21, 2021
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Middle-classed men who usually drive pickup trucks, ban their kids from watching showing with swearing in it or anything PG-13, ground their kids all the time or take away their electronics frequently, and attend sporting events such as football, or baseball (hence the name) and making them chop wood in the morning.
Watch out! The baseball dads are taking up the parking lot about to fight!
by SunFlow3 March 21, 2021
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An animated series based on some of the books by Canadian children's author Robert Munsch.

The cartoon itself is a little bit cringey and cliche in almost every way, but strangely memorable and likeable at the same time. This includes the art-style and the characters.
"Bunch of Munsch
Bunch of Munsch
What a crazy crazy bunch!

Bunch of Munsch
Bunch of Munsch
They're just ... A Bunch of Munsch!"
-The Theme Song
by SunFlow3 March 26, 2021
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A racing game that is a "modern" revival of the 90s/2000s Need For Speed racing games.
Let's play Need For Speed Heat! There is a new mod for it now!
by SunFlow3 April 6, 2021
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There they are NFS Modding again. All they did was mark the checkboxes on Frosty Editor.
by SunFlow3 April 6, 2021
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An old series of coffee flavored energy drink commercials featuring, “screamers”, which show a relaxing scene that gets abruptly interrupted by a zombie or a gargoyle while screaming, which could potentially scare the viewer. This concept is to demonstrate the effects of their products.

In 2019, the ads brought back by a YouTube user named Finder Lurker. But unlike the original commercials, which had zombies and gargoyles as the creatures jumping up, the creature that pops up is now a demonic ghost-like trans woman. These “modern” advertisements have not been proven to be official and still remain a mystery among fans of the ads.
Person 1: Have you seen the new K-fee ads?

Person 2: Yeah, they’re scary! I couldn’t sleep for a whole week!
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To scare someone by screaming loudly and jumping at them. Originating from the commercials that promote the product of the same name.
My brother tries to k-fee every time I watch k-fee screamers. I guess I would call it a double k-fee.
by SunFlow3 March 21, 2021
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