11 definitions by TeddyStix

An incredibly annoying persona adopted by some hardcore stones, the Reefer Preacher is a person who spends an obsessive (even disturbing) amount of time vocalizing their support of marijuana and its benefits, whether or not it is called for in a given situation.

The Reefer Preacher is the sort-of person whose life is literally consumed with a misguided, self-aggrandizing efforts to force their idealized view of cannabis down everyone's throats- hence, they become "preachers" that spout long-winded "sermons" about marijuana at any opportunity.

It's essentially a ploy for them to make themselves feel more “important.” Despite growing support for marijuana legalization, they pretend that marijuana is still a social taboo that is increasingly oppressed, and use that as a platform to annoy the fuck out of everyone unfortunate enough to be nearby with long-winded speaches about how “marijuana is the greatest miracle of nature.”
Reefer Preacher: "Do you smoke?"

Passerby: "Oh... sometimes. I like to at parties every so often, but I don't do it all the time, because sometimes it just doesn't sit well with my body. But on occasion, sure, I like to have a puff or two."

Reefer Preacher: "Don't be ignorant! Marijuana can never, ever not sit well with your system! That's just the secret Illuminati conformist agenda having a placebo effect on your body with all of the anti-marijuana propaganda that they unleash onto air and radio-waves! Don't you know all of the benefits of cannabis?! It can be used for so much... It can cure cancer! It can end droughts! It can stop wars!"

(This goes on for roughly the next 20 minutes)
by TeddyStix February 2, 2015
An acronym for "Internet Movie Database." A website with the intention of being a go-to for film enthusiasts who wish to research films, actors, directors, etc. And also have the opportunity to discuss those films and people on one of many thousand message boards available on the site.

However, even the best intentions could not save IMDb from the internet. It is now basically a breeding ground for trolls, pricks and lifeless douchebags who spend all day, every day fighting, bitching and annoying eachother on the message boards. It's pretty much impossible to have a decent, civilized conversation on IMDb anymore thanks to the fucktards who encompass 90% of its audience.

Other current problems with the site include:
-Films being massively downvoted by trolls and haters, meaning that most of the user-average scores on the site cannot be trusted anymore.
-An on-going witch hunt for so-called "studio plants." (people who have allegedly been paid by studios to give positive reviews to films) The problem is that because 90% of IMDb's audience is made of haters, if you even try to admit that you like a film, there's about a 50% chance you will be labeled a "studio plant." (Even if you obviously are not)
-People spending all-day, every-day asking if every male actor is gay or not on the message boards.
-Similarly, sad, lonely men pining away on just about every message board for every actress about how much they love them and want to bang them.
Joseph knew that IMDb would be able to answer his question about that one movie with Nathan Fillion a few years ago, but he didn't want to go to IMDb, because he knew the second he went on the message boards, he would get so angry he'd vomit.
by TeddyStix April 16, 2014
Someone who is allegedly paid off by the studio system to give films, television shows, albums, etc. positive feedback and/or glowing reviews on internet forums and websites. The purpose of this is to spread artificial positive word-of-mouth in order to generate publicity. Also commonly referred to as a "shill."

Or more commonly: A label used by trolls and haters on the internet in a misguided attempt to discredit people who disagree with their negative views on a film, television show, album, etc. Essentially, the troll/hater, unable to process the fact that someone might actually like the thing they hate so much, will accuse the person who disagrees with them of being a "studio plant" (following the definition above), even though it's basically never true. It's easier for their feeble minds to pretend that the other person was paid off by a big studio, rather than acknowledge their differing opinion.
Pete couldn't wait to write a review online for the new Schwarzenegger action movie, because he thought it was awesome! However, after posting his review, he was accused of being a "studio plant" by someone who didn't like the film.
by TeddyStix April 16, 2014
1. Most commonly a reference to "rest and relaxation", a rather self-explanatory concept.

2. Also a reference to "Rum and Ritalin." The simultaneous consumption of both alcohol (generally rum) and small amounts of Ritalin (or other similar medications). The desired effect is generally to attain the condition of feeling physically drunk due to the alcohol, yet still maintaining a somewhat focused, sober mindset thanks to the Ritalin counter-acting the alcohol. A somewhat cheaper alternative to using mind-altering drugs, as it lowers inhibitions while also allowing a certain degree of "control" to the consuming parties. (Though it can be potentially quite dangerous) The term was slightly popularized after being used on the television show "30 Rock" in a passing reference.

3. A reference to "Redbull and Ritalin." Consuming both Redbull (or other similar energy drinks) and Ritalin (or other similar medications) in order to keep oneself awake and focused. Popular among over-worked college students who need to cram for tests by pulling all-night study sessions.
1. Brie needed some r&r after having to pull a 70-hour work-week at the hospital.

2. Toby decided to have some r&r because he wanted to get f**ked-up without losing total control of his mind.

3. Steve needed some r&r so he could get ready for the big Biology test tomorrow.
by TeddyStix October 3, 2014
An incredibly annoying type of customer who goes into stores, restaurants, movie theaters or other establishments and harasses employees for free things and/or unwarranted discounts on merchandise.

This breed of douchebag will often have his own game-plan, and will have a long, drawn-out diatribe planned ahead of time to try and justify why he "deserves" free or discounted goods/services. (Ex. He will come up with exaggerated or even fabricated complaints, or falsely accuse the store of "gouging prices", and demand "full compensation" in the form of free things.)

If he doesn't get his way, he will often give up and admit defeat, knowing his assholery won't hold up under any real scrutiny. However, he will occasionally demand to speak to a manager, and/or file complaints in an attempt to get employees fired for not giving in to his bitching.

The best way to deal with this a-hole is a swift kick to the nuts. (Although don't do it while you're at work... wait until after you clock out.)
Brad: "Oh god, the Freebie Guy came back yesterday. He demanded $50 in store credit because he says he saw someone washing their hands in the bathroom, and saw them spill some water next to the sink, and he said it was a 'slipping hazard.' I checked, and there wasn't even any water on the floor of the bathroom. "
by TeddyStix December 28, 2015
What rich assholes say to make it all the more clear that they're rich assholes.
Trust Fund Baby: "Father, I don't like the view from my hotel window... I can see a women's shelter and I refuse to acknowledge the existence of anyone less fortunate than we are."

Father: "Mmmm-yes. I shall buy the property tomorrow and have it closed forever so you don't have to think about its existence for the week we'll be staying here."

Trust Fund Baby: "Can we do that?"

Father: "Of course! Money is no object for us!"

Trust Fund Baby: "Thank you, father!"
by TeddyStix June 23, 2015
Going to see a movie, and having to sit through so many commercials and trailers, you're either too tired-out or have lost all patience and don't feel like watching the goddamn movie anymore.
Phil: "How was the movie?"

Andrew: "I dunno... left before it began and got a refund because I got major trailer fatigue after sitting through 30 minutes of previews and the film still hadn't started yet."
by TeddyStix July 8, 2015