1) Size of an extraordinarily large penis.

2) Less than one percent of all males make up this category.
"Why the hell is she with that guy? He's such a loser!" "I don't know, maybe he has nine inches or something!"
by Cappy1 June 17, 2004
taken from the large, heavy duty ford produced motor vehicle differential of the same name this term is used to describe the largeness of a female's arse
'fuck, look at the nine inch on that!' or 'mate that's a fully braced big competition nine inch on that huge bitch' or simply 'niiiinnnee innnnncchh!!!'
by roron June 5, 2003
Term used to describe a woman's arse - usually dripping with fat and cellulite, that is massively disproportionate in size to the rest of her body - in reference to the large and robust differential seen hanging under the rear of some Ford motor vehicles.
'Man check the fucking nine - inch on that huge bitch!'
by R Yenarg August 1, 2005
THE industrial rock band. All music written by Trent Reznor. Has some of the most penatrating lyrics of any music I've heard.
How could I
ever think
it's funny how
everything you swore would never change is different now.
like you said
you and me
make it through
didn't quite
fell apart
by joe May 4, 2004
The band which frontman Trent Reznor reinvented the industrial genre with.
Trent Reznor has got to be the most talented, good-looking 40-year old ever. Nine Inch Nails is proof, piggies.
by Maybell1ne October 11, 2005
Extremely good "band" made up of one person, Trent Reznor. Usually, he takes a while to make new albums, but the wait is worth it. Known for Closer, the "fuck you like an animal" song. Also accused by elitists (people who hate any music that's played on the radio and/or isn't badass enough) of not being "real" industrial like Skinny Puppy. Albums at this point include (in order from 1989) Pretty Hate Machine, Broken (EP), The Downward Spiral, The Fragile, and With Teeth.

and nothing can stop me now
there is nothing to fear
and everything i'd ever want
is inside of here

- sunspots (with teeth)

if i could start again
a million miles away
i would keep myself
i would find a way

- hurt (the downward spiral)
by (untitled) May 15, 2005