Top definition is being used for governmental purposes. The government is finding out ways to control us, and is trying to figure out our language via urbandictionary. Please, listen to me, im from the future where every---

Dear Urbandictionary users, it is the best intention to ensure the safety of its people. Area 61 is not real, nor has never been. The government is not using urbandictionary as a resource for population control.

With regards, The Central Intelligence Agency.
by Not Zane September 17, 2004
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A few weeks ago, no one had β€œcheugy” in their vocabulary . Now everything is saturated with the word. It’s in our heads. It’s in our homes. Everyone is asking: β€œAm I cheugy? Am I a basic ass bitch? Am I GUILTY of being cheugy?”

The proliferation of cheugy in the mainstream discourse can only be attributed to one source: mental terror. It’s an orchestrated psychological trap to make you question your tastes and interests in the eyes of others.

You are not a cheug. YOU’RE PERFECT!!!!

It is very suspicious that the cheugy mascot is a Minion, a literal cyclops, a deformed
yellow panopticon in overalls ... do not let the all-seeing eye to control you. Be vigilant. Resist cheugy psyops.
Becca is another victim of cheugy psyops. I saw the garbage truck take all her Ugg boots yesterday. She even removed β€œI LOVE The Office!” from all her dating profiles. She’s unrecognizable.
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Literally - the idea of people breathing together.

Con=together. Spire=breathe.
She didn't want a respirator, didn't want to expire. Her inspiration was that once the pandemic passed she might breathe with other people, her conspiracy theory, and it filled her with hope.
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A conspiracy theory is an alternative explanation of an event or situation that differs from the narrative of mainstream media, history books or others means.

Most conspiracy theories revolve around controversial topics like 9/11, vaccines, frauds, aliens.
Some conspiracies are batshit crazy and have little to no evidence. Others are just crazy and controversial to some but have very validity and evidence to be recognized as true. There are examples of conspiracies that have been proven as true but were seen as impossible or improbable in the past.
The word is often used from as an ad hominem to the theory and it's arguments and to try to discredit the person expressing it.
I can't trust the politicians and the media. I mean, they have a track record of lies and bullshit. This is nothing but a 24/7 news & propaganda cycle to enslave your mind while making you believe that you're free. This is my conspiracy theory about all of these TV programs and channels.
by mollyxanlean December 14, 2020
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The result long term cannabis usage has on thought process. Thefoer anything that is most likely true, changes to being a cover up or having a 'hidden agenda'. Usually spouted by douches on the popular video sharing site Youtube. These people make their videos and then of course, the truth is uncovered. Hey, its on youtube, it must be true!
You know that September 11th is a Conspiracy theory. Thousands of hours of video recordings showing what the government want you to see, but I have found just 10 seconds that show the real truth. Smoke the spliff and see!
by Prof.Capt.Maninjamica. April 13, 2010
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A generally unsubstantiated claim - generally based on what is called an argument from ignorance, linking completely unrelated things, etc - that is usually considered to be against the well-being of the demographic of the conspiracy theorist. Almost always pushed by scientifically illiterate people, religious fundamentalists, the uneducated or misinformed, and - always - the paranoid.
"The government did 9/11! Jews control all of the banks as part of the Illuminati! NWO NWO NWO CHEMTRAILS!"

"You're a moron with this conspiracy theory nonsense. The 'Illuminati,' and 'NWO,' for that matter, have been conspiracy theories for well over a century. People were just as alarmist then as you nuts are now. And we're in some totalitarian unfree state now where you.. oh, have the freedom to express these nutjob hypotheses of yours?"
by adym smew April 10, 2010
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Something people make up to make themselves feel like they know something others don't. Usually these made up stories are baseless, illogical conclusions. Most conspiracy theories are made up by douches, and believed by morons.

Not all conspiracy theories are false, however nearly all of them are.

It is also not uncommon for jackasses to make a show dedicated to conspiracy theories, for example The Glenn Beck show, or Conspiracy theory with Jesse Ventura.

It is a well-known fact by people who aren't idiots, that any show that contains a series of Conspiracy theories is going to have the majority of them wrong, if not all.
Guy1: I heard a conspiracy theory that the world is going to end in 2012, that is if Obama and George Soros don't destroy the world first!!!

Guy2: What are you talking about? How do you know any of what you're saying is true?

Guy1: I heard some guy on T.V. talking about it bro

Guy2: Have you thought about it and questioned the stupidity of these claims at all?

Guy1: Oh no! You must be an Islamic alien sent to earth by George Bush to cover up the real people behind 9/11!! You're just trying to brainwash meeeee
by Snax110 March 07, 2011
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