27 definitions by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv

1. A new innovation in disposal that gets rid of toxic waste by packaging it as food and selling it to people who don't know any better.

2. The lowest common denominator (for eating out).

3. An expression of United States cultural imperialism/cultural pollution (as seen from outside the United States). A symbol of increasing global cultural homogenization.

4. One of the best incentives for students to work hard at their studies, so that they can either a) avoid ever working there or b) stop having to work there. See mcjob.

5. An eating place that can give you malnutrition and indigestion simultaneously.

6. An evil cult hell-bent on seducing youth and molding their eating preferences for life. See happy meal, branding.

7. Outside of the United States, a symbol of America -- Frequently the target of demonstrations, riots, arson etc. in consequence if no embassy or consulate is close by.
McDonalds is invading the world -- like a virus.
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An extremely talented marketer, who over more than twenty years has excelled in the aggressive selling of an otherwise not particularly desirable product -- herself. A triumph of style over substance. Her acting talent was recognized by her being awarded a special “Worst actress of the century” Razzie at the 2000 Golden Raspberry awards. (Has since seen the light and given up on acting). Also an author, her best known work being 1992’s “Sex”, which was sold sealed in plastic -- not because it was obscene, but because no one would have bought it if they were able to see how lame the contents really were. Also supposedly a musician.
Madonna has staying power in the public eye, although I've never been able to figure out why.
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Similar to a has-been, but without the interval of being genuinely famous between originally being a nobody and then becoming a nobody again (afterwards).

The term is also sometimes applied to pseudo-celebrities that are used to pad out the roster of guests at TV programs and other events that wanted real celebrities, but couldn't get them.

Sometimes, the never-will-be is deluded enough to think that they truly were famous at some point, and is irritated that they aren't generally treated like the celebrities they feel they should have been.

Synonym: never-was.
He's never done anything important enough to be a has-been -- he's a never-will-be.
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American excess at its most excessive.

Everything that's bad about the United States all rolled into one location.

A colossal waste of energy, in the middle of nowhere.
Las Vegas should be seen at least once, if only to prove that it really does exist, and isn't the demented fantasy of a Hollywood set designer.
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Canadian political organization, previously known as the Reform party (in the 1870s). Governed Canada for all but thirty years of the twentieth century. Usually feels itself to be the 'natural governing party' of Canada: often corrupt, and becomes even more so when the opposition is fragmented. Recently almost self-destructed in the wake of a particularly well documented and obvious corruption scandal. Has always shown great talent for re-inventing itself when necessary, willing to contort itself into any position necessary to win votes (at least east of Winnipeg). Presently in rebuilding mode in the wake of the recent scandal.
The Liberal party usually wins based on seats in Eastern Canada -- It's rare for them to do very well in the west.
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University that teaches agriculture -- Commonly associated with the University of Guelph.
"Are you at U of T?"

"No, I'm at Moo U!"
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Former political organization in the Canadian province of Quebec that advocated Quebec becoming the 51st state of the United States. They thought that it might be possible to arrange for Quebec to have only one official language more easily than if they remained part of Canada. This was probably true, except that the one official language wouldn't have been Français. The organization's policies don't appear to have been well thought-out.
Mouvement 51 wanted to ensure a French-speaking Quebec by becoming part of the United States. C'est fou!
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