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According to some people, what you sometimes see when you're drunk. (can neither be denied nor confirmed as it's always somebody's friend's friend or relative.)
In the movie Dumbo, there's a scene where Dumbo accidentally get's drunk and see's purple elephants.
"Seriously, man, my uncle, he got real drunk one New Year's and he says he saw purple elephants."
by andriod5 August 29, 2005
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Any pair of women's pants that are "uncool" because they look like something your mom or grandma would wear. This often includes "relaxed fit" jeans, jeans that taper down to the ankles, anything in a old-school floral pattern, anything TOO stretchy, etc.

1) I was wearing granny pants and some girl teased me in the hallway.
by andriod5 January 13, 2006
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1) Girls who are bullies and use "girl agression" (nasty comments, trickery, deceit, excluding people from events, spreading rumors, stealing boyfriends,etc.) to manipulate other girls. They will use text messaging, AIM, email, three-way-calling, and any other weapon at their disposal to acheieve these goals.
(coined by Rosalind Wiseman in her book "Queen Bees and Wannabees")
These girls are often popular because everyone is either afraid of them or wants to be like them. They tend to have armies of followers ("friends"/wannabees) comprising their clique. However, few people actually like them for who they are.
2) A movie based on Rosalind Wiseman's book "Queen Bees and Wannabees" which takes an intimate look at the inner workings of a high school and the all-powerful girl clique who seem to run it. Starred Lindsey Lohan before she went blonde and possibly anorexic, and therefore was still "hot" (see some other definitions). Very highly watched among the high school population as many girls could actually relate to the story.
1) "Those popular girls are always fighting with each other and manipulating everyone else. They're real Mean Girls."
2) "Yeah, I've seen the movie Mean Girls too. Wasn't it great?"
by andriod5 August 29, 2005
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A shadowy group of mothers opposed to "hard rock" music. So far they have targeted popular post-hardcore/screamo/emo/whatever you want to define them as bands My Chemical Romance and the Used. This is considered by many an attack on the 1st Amendment right to free speech and a petition started on the internet as a protest to this has gained over 4,000 signatures so far. This group (MAHR) appears to have no known website (at least a Yahoo search turned up nothing) and little appears to be known about it at this time except that they are trying to ban bands that many people love.
I signed a petition against Mothers Against Hard Rock because MCR is cool and I hate censorship.
by andriod5 October 6, 2005
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A sort of adjective/participle/verb phrase. To be "big on" something is to like it, be a fan of it, etc.

If you're a propenent of something, you're also big on it.
1) "I'm big on history. I really like learning about ancient people and how what they did affects us today."

2) "That congresswoman is really big on spending for schools and education."
by andriod5 December 28, 2005
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Most of the stations you hear everyday (the exception usually being small indie stations, college stations, some classical, folk, and jazz stations, and some Spanish stations which are sometimes illegal and/or unauthorized).
They aren't too bad, but they always play the SAME songs every single day despite claiming to have "today's hottest music" or "the best new music" or something like that. When you hear a good song on there, it's probably a sign that the song is getting old. They also play a lot of good songs to death. This is not usually the DJs' fault, because they are only allowed to play certain songs on a corporate playlist provided by their parent company. (the biggest parent company is Clearchannel).
Despite this, many have good morning shows with funny hosts to make up for the fact that they can only play certain songs.

Some of these stations are oldies, country, alternative, Spanish, or 70s and 80s oriented, but they still play a lot of the same songs all the time.
It would be nice if all the "mix" stations out there would actually have a bit more variety and play stuff by lesser known or popular underground artists.
Ex. I was listening to the radio today and it seems like all they played was Lifehouse, Gwen Stefani, the Goo-Goo Dolls, "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", "Holiday", some mid-90's stuff, and John Mayer. So much for "variety".
by andriod5 August 29, 2005
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1)*predominant usage of the word* Contact lenses, AKA small pieces of plastic (which these days are usually pretty soft, as compared to the older, stiffer "hard" contacts) which are basically stuck on your eyeball as a replacement for glasses. They have grown in popularity in the last several years, to the point where many people have them because they
a)find them better than glasses
or b)think they'll look cooler without their glasses.
Watching people put in contacts is rather gross, and some people will tell you they hurt a lot or aren't worth all the trouble they cause. But many others love having contacts and would never go back to wearing glasses.
2) people you contact for information (similar to sources)
1) My friend just got contacts cause he was sick of his glasses.
2) My contacts within the agency told me that the president was planning to unleash a new program soon.
by andriod5 September 20, 2005
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