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A person treated like a tool meant to die.
"Send the fodders to distract them while we carry our supplies across the river."
by Makamae10 May 09, 2009
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Literal meaning is livestock feed consisting of large and whole pieces of plants such as but not exclusively hay and corn. In popular culture it has taken the meaning of being an easy target, easy prey or just expendable mostly in reference to military actions. "Enemy fodder" is easily beaten (or eaten) by troops or military hardware.
"The contempt for the lives of men and for France herself has come to the point of calling the conscripts 'the raw material' and 'the cannon fodder" - Napoleon Bonaparte
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One who's sole existence is to absorb projectiles
I attract bullets, so I've assumed the role of team fodder.
by Mukuro December 03, 2003
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Food. Grub. Chow. Cuisine. Edibles. Nosh. Nourishment.
Got any more of that *DELICIOUS* fodder?
by Incognito December 07, 2003
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from what i understand, fodder is the term used in pokemon trading communities for useless pokemon caught solely for the purpose of trade for a more valuable pokemon, usually a bidoof.
I'll trade you some legends, i'll take Bidoofs as fodder.
by trainerfh March 16, 2009
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or Bantha Fodder. Used to express something foul, as derived from the Star Wars sense.
Also, "bullshit!"; something that is no good, a load of crap or a sketchy place/situation.
An expression.
1: "Mr. Lassiter said the assignment was due today."
2: "That's fodder! He said no such thing!"

"Daawg, this place is pretty fodder...."
by paper snobawlz December 29, 2008
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