Is refered to a person who is outragous in his actions. Usually doesn't remember what happened the night before due to consuming too much alcohol or drugs. Will sometime's get into arguments over things that don't matter resulting in something being punched or verbally attacked. After a late night of drinking will wake up and do the strikeout, or even down the remaing bottle of liquor from the night before.
jon- why are you so angy?
bob- don't question why i am so angry!
ally- jon you have to realize he is just being ne ne ne, were use to this after he consume's that much alcohol and drugs.
by Hair Bear March 31, 2010
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Abbreviation for Nintendo Entertainment System. Can only apply to the original Nintendo.
by ECHOSIDE February 22, 2003
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Nose exhale. A replacement of "LOL" because most people don't actually laugh out loud when they see something funny online, they exhale from there nose.
John: Hey, if anyone tells you to spell "Part A" backwards, don't. It's a trap
Bob: LOL!
John: Did you actually laugh out loud, though?
Bob: ne
John: ne
by AbsurdAsian March 25, 2016
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Nintendo Entertainment System. i.e., the classic gaming console with 8-bit graphics and monoaural sound. A reminder of the days when games were not all the same and were about all original fun rather than capitalizing on young people with expendible income. Decades of nasties mandate most NES systems to receive several puffs of air prior to functioning.
Nintendo should bring back the old NES. Who wouldn't want one?
by me December 12, 2003
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Japanese expression comparable to Canada's "Eh" and America's "Huh".

Often said by Japanese people: "Soo desu ne..." (Isn't it so?). But appropriated by gaikokujin (foreigners in Japan) for use in everyday English conversations.
Damn. That flight home is expensive, ne?
by tiddlywinks December 15, 2004
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A system released by nintendo, nintendo: japanese for in the hands of heaven. The nintendo was released in the united states in 1986 shortly after the "great video game crash" in 1984. Nintendo, knowing the stigma of videogame systems in america after the crash. Nintendo decided to market it as an "entertainment system" and gave it a radical design change over its japanese counterpart, the famicom or "family computer" as it was Known in japan, to make it look like a computer or VCR to make it asthetically fit in with other such appliances. After the NES was relaeased nintendo had a stranglehold on the video game market. With some good in house devleopers, and creating contract restraints with 3rd party developers. Which meant that if you developed games for the "big N" you couldnt develop for anyone else, And the 3rd party game had to earn the nintendo "seal of approval". this strangle hold on the market led to the failure of the NES's main competitor, the sega master system, or SMS. Which was graphically superior and had some quite good games for it, but because of a lack of third party support due to nintendo's contract restrictions, it failed. Which meant that nintendo was the leader in the video game market in the late eighties. Until that is, the Sega Genesis was released in 1989...
The NES used "bully" marketing tactics to put it at the top of the videogame heap in the late 1980's.
by Steven J. S. August 25, 2005
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