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A place in or near a town or city for teens and tweens to drive their cars, cruise for chicks or guys and to generally see and be seen on weekends.
When I was a kid in the 50's the chicks at the circuit went for guys in the fastest hotrods. In the 60's and 70's it was rods with the coolest paint jobs. Then in the 80's and 90's it was loudest stereos. Now its all about giant rims, crazy lighting schemes, bone-jarring hydaulics and rice burners. Things just ain't the same since Fonzi died.
by Tenacious Faulker May 26, 2009
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SoCal/surfer term meaning lame, heinous, harsh or shitty. A reference to outsider surfers from San Fernando Valley, which to them, is the source of all things sucky. Valley dwellers are typically hated by LA beach locals hated for invading the locals' beaches, sealing waves, posing, and flaunting their parents money.
Surfer dude: Hey, babe! Lookin' tasty today. Wanna meet me under the pier and ride my short board?

Surfer chick: Asshole! Not if you were the last wave in Santa Monica!

Surfer dude: Whoa! That was val!
by Tenacious Faulker April 16, 2009
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Someone preoccupied with going from social site to blog to social site as their sole or primary means of human interaction and validation.

The cyber version of a barfly or social butterfly. Also known as cyber butterfly or social media butterfly.
A day in the life a cyberfly:

@tracykitty123: Today was awesome! 22 new friends - all on Facebook. I had a great Skype with my colleagues in Germany, Britain and China. I completed my online course in SEO. And, the topper, I was introduced to Deepak Chopra via LinkedIn today! Now I'm going to decompress by getting naughty in a chat room on Livelinks! Can't wait until I get to do it all again tomorrow!
by Tenacious Faulker March 9, 2013
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Business jargon for a function before a professional meeting, seminar, convention or conference where you go to meet people in your field to network and get laid.
The National Protological Association annuall convention's meet and greet was a success. I met with the heads of 5 manufactures, 4 resellers, 2 financiers, and 3 cocktail waitresses.
by Tenacious Faulker July 11, 2009
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noun. A name for a person who fouls something up; a fuck up, a schelmiel.
Hey! Smooth move, Ex-lax!
by Tenacious Faulker April 16, 2009
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An phrase that pseudo-intellectuals, brownnosers or sycophants use to elevate themselves intellectually to another by pretending they think or believe the same as they do when in fact so-called "great minds" set themselves apart from others because they really DON'T think like everyone else.
Intellectual: Since the 1950's, the whole of modern western civilization is based off of one driving concept - consumerism! It is the the reason for all the social ills of modern society. Despite the obvious advances in technology in medicine, agriculture, communications, engineering, and alternative energy we as a people are held back because the power rests in the few with the financial and political influence to keep money where is always has been. This rise in technology should be bettering the minds of the masses, but actually is made to anesthetize them and keep them complacent and lethargic.

Pseudo-intellectual: OMG!! Like...wow! I just said the same thing to my friends at the country club yesterday! I say you can get the same quality with Gucci that they get with Prada for less money. But nobody seems to listen. And...ya know...it sooo, like, frustrating? Great minds think alike, right?

Intellectual: *looks down his nose* You're not even in the same conversation.
by Tenacious Faulker March 9, 2013
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The constant, incessant and relentless assult on the senses of the public and individual's alike by the corporate community and/or the government designed to alter, influence and even impair your ability to effect your own unbaised and reasonable needs, wants, and opinions.
1) Modern U.S. corporations spend hundreds of billions of dollars each year to perpetuate the marketing machine in order promote ravenous consumerism to a virtually unchecked capitalistic society that plunders the Earth's resources and harms developing countries.

2) Bush and Cheney employed a massive marketing machine to sell the Iraqi war to the public, promote ongoing fear from 9/11, and shrunk the gap in the separation of church and state in order to get re-elected despite a disasterous 1st term in office.
by Tenacious Faulker May 19, 2009
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