one of the most wanted sounds in electronic music, rivaling the tr-808, tr-909 and several moog synths. It was supposed to sound like a real bass guitar, which it totally sucked at. so roland, the manufacturer, stopped making them pretty quickly, so they're kinda rare. after that, house Djs in the 80's started messing around with them (Dj peirre?) and found that you could make some pretty wild sounds with them. 303s eventually came to form their own style of music Acid, where the 303 is in basically every song, or at least another synth trying to sound like a 303.
the 303 is actually a very simple synth, considering it only has one oscillator, only two waveform options (saw, square) and a (wicked) lowpass filter. so basically the filter is the best thing about it. it also has a built in sequencer, which allows you to program your bassline into it, then hit play and tweak the filter while it plays, making a freaking awesome sound! people also put effects on it, like phasor, distortion, and delay.
by karl July 15, 2004
Rule 303 made famous by Harry "Breaker" Morant and Englishman living in Australia at the start of the 20th century who enlisted in the Australian Armed Forces to help the British fight a war with the Boer's in South Africa. British policy to deal with the Boer "commando's" was to tell their men that any Boer found wearing khaki (the British uniform had changed by this time no more Red Coats) could be shot on sight to deter the Boer's from pretending to be British soldiers.Morant and his company while out to avenge the death of a close friend of his by Boer commando's came across a group who they believed had killed Morants friend, some of whom were dressed in the remants of British uniform (just a jacktet top) Morant set up a fireing squad and had the men shot dead with out any hearing. After the peace was declared Morant and two others were brought before a British Military court charged with murder. The Head of the Brisih Army in South Africa sent his aid to the trial and had him commit purjury by denying any order to Kill Boer prisoners had been given. Atone point Morant was asked by the court under what rule or right did he kill the men and he answered that he shot them under rule 303 meaning the the Lee Enfield .303 rifle issued at the time. His meaning being that he shot them beacuse he had the means to do so at hand and that was all the authority he needed.
who said you could just come in here with your three body builder friends and throw my stuff out the window,you dont have the right.......Answer yes we do Rule 303
by martin herrity December 26, 2003
Short version of martin herrity's short story:
If you have the means to do it, you may do it
who said you could just come in here with your three body builder friends and throw my stuff out the window,you dont have the right.......Answer yes we do Rule 303
by attlulululululu January 11, 2011
a legend in his own lunchtime, this guy has lept to the defense of geeks everywhere under fire by the knuckle dragers of the world and the drooling neanderthals that populate irc and have screwed it up for the rest of us.
Animation-303 rox0rs
by narf March 16, 2005
101 Scale of Funny

(also “Numeric Laughter Scale”)

The 101 Scale of Funny is used in internet chatting and mobile texting to indicate how funny one thinks of a comment. It is based upon a variation of the common internet slang “lol”. The numbers “101” looks similar to “lol” and is therefore the basis of the scale. The scale has a top rating of “909.” Hence, any “humorous” comment can be rated 101, 202, etc. to a high rating of 909.

The “101 Scale of Funny” was developed by members of an internet gaming alliance named “TruWar” in the game “Evony.” Member “Bound4Hell” started a conversation one May evening of 2011 by saying; “You ever notice when people say “lol” they’re never “loling?” It’s a big lie.” Member “ox” replied, “We should come up with a better system. Maybe something with other acronyms. Like, maybe something like ‘twosf’ for ‘That was only slightly funny.” The members of the alliance tried several different acronyms, but nothing seemed to stick. Then “ox” says; “How about 101? It looks like ‘lol’.” Bound4Hell followed that up with; “Then we could use it as a rating system. Like ‘101’ and ‘505’.” Everyone agreed that it was a fun, versatile system to use to rate comments. Members of the ‘TruWar’ alliance used it from that point on.

Currently there is no negative scale of funny. There have been some suggestions such as " -101 " or "010," however these have not yet been implemented.
“Did you see Uncle Randy’s face when Uncle Steve’s pants fell down?? 808!” 101, 202, 303, 404, 505, 606, 707, 808, 909 is acceptable.
by _slew_ November 20, 2013
Definition 1:
He was meant to be the new Herobrine, but then everyone forgot about him.
Definition 2:
He is a Minecraft hacker who is much more dangerous then Herobrine.
Sentence 1:

Person 1: hay have you heard of Entity 303.
Person 2: Who is Entity 303?

Sentence 2:
Person 1: Hey I got hacked
Person 2: thats sad... wait by who?
Person 1: Entity 303
by Phone Headed Asshole January 14, 2022