A Sick and twisted neighbourhood pedofile who took children to his boiler room where he killed them.
Parents of the neighbourhood went after him and killed him once he was let out of prison on a technicallity.
Rising from the pits of hell he came back to once again rain terror on elm street....
....and then came back even after "number 6 freddys dead" in freddy vs jason
....and is coming back again in the sequal...
...in other words a never ending zombie who just cant be killed
When he came back from the dead orginally, he came back to kill people in their dreams, getting stronger and stronger as he killed more and more.
A dream killing machine...heh
Description :- Black/green and red stripy jumper, black trousers, dirty old rimmed hat, four bladed glove, Burnt skin(looking more and more plastic as the films went along)
-Uses a lot of silly punch lines and kills in a variety of styles-
Played by robert englund
Freddy - "coem on Jessie, we're a team, you've got the body, and i've got the brains! HAHAHAHA!"(evil laugh) *peals skin off head to expose brain as he laughs*(No.2)
-Killed a girl by snoggin the air out of her, while she was in class(fallen asleep of corse)- (No.4)
-Tried to eat a girl by turning into some sort of giant slug-(No.3)
And yes he is better than jason...jason is the most boring killer in the world, give it some thought man! u can do better than just slapping people with a machette! why do u think no one watches friday the 13th anymore?! jesus
80122 is the address of Jesus' home in Comedy Central's South Park.
Jesus likes men.
That noise in Law & Order.
*Jerry Orbach delivers witty line*
Concurrent Versions System -- used most widely in open-source programming.
A new CVS for OpenBSD was released just last night.
December 06, 2004
n. the state of being so in "love" with a guy, that you don't care what he does. the state of being completely senseless about a guy.
girl 1: did you see girl 3 the other day? she's totally cockwhipped!
girl 2: i know, she doesn't give a damn how shitty he treats her.
something invented, made up, or fabricated; an invention; a fiction; something feigned or imagined
Social figments, feints, and formalism. --Mrs. Browning
It carried rather an appearance of figment and invention . . . than of truth and reality. --Woodward.
From the TV show "Joan of Arcadia". The term is used when a person's actions (however small) end up having a positive outcome. 'Good Ripples' are felt in just about every episode of the show as God asks Joan to do small or big tasks which sometimes seem to her to be pointless. Joan doesnt always see the positive effects of her actions, but that doesnt mean they arent significant.
The best use of 'good ripples' was in the "Joan of Arcadia" episode 'Jump' 112
JOAN: the ripples were good
HELEN: very good