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A girl that knows what day it is and feels the need to sing about it. She can be seen going to catch the bus but then contemplating whether to go in the front or back seat of a 4 year old's convertible. She will then time warp into 7:45 at night where she is seen with a friend to her right whilst "partying partying yeah" and having "fun fun fun fun" looking forward to the weekend. Then she precedes to let everyone know that yesterday was Thursday, today is Friday which she is quite excited about, tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterward. Then in an obvious change of events a 35 year old black man begins to rap about how he is following a school bus full of 12 year olds. Followed by a minute of a half of dancing children telling everyone it's "FRYday FRYday."
P1: "hey man, what day is it?"

P2: "i don't know, ask Rebecca Black"

RB: "it's FRYday FRYday"
by zmaree March 14, 2011
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Intelligence agency term for "psychological operation". A government or corporate-sponsored operation, usually taking the form of a "terrorist attack" or "crazed gunman on a spree", with the intent of panicking the public into demanding more police and laws inhibiting freedom. Psyops are usually carried out by drugging a civilian or group of civilians with aggression-promoting drugs, psyching them up, arming them, and sending them out to commit mayhem. Government-sponsored terrorism. See also blackshirts, conspiracy
Person A: Man, that nutcase Martin Bryant guy shot 35 people in Tasmania!

Person B: No, he wasn't a nutcase, that was just a psyop so the government could have an excuse to ban guns.
by Mystikan April 11, 2006
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Best known for her pop song 'Friday'.

A heartwarming tale about a young, mentally challenged girl learning the days of the week.
Friday by Rebecca Black

Lyrics: 'Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes after … wards'
by dkate March 13, 2011
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Accomplished musical artist renowned for her skills in reciting the days of the week while having lots of FUN FUN FUN. Her life has been characterized by a series difficult decisions, such as picking a seat on the way to school.
Person 1: Today it is Friday. What was yesterday?
Person 2: Thursday, man! Didn't you learn anything from the new Rebecca Black song?
by fridayfan March 15, 2011
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Singer of the song "Friday", she is the person accredited to clearing up confusion as to where in the week Friday actually falls. Her inspiring lyrics "yesterday was Thursday (Thursday) Today it is Friday (Friday). Tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterwards" removed any confusion anyone may have had.
She is also an advocate for the "Difficult Decision- Which Seat Can I Take?" organization. She herself has had to deal with the stressful feelings that comes with picking a seat.
Thank you so much Rebecca Black, for showing me that my difficulty in choosing a seat to sit in is not uncommon.
by breathingelectricity March 16, 2011
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A vile creature who feeds on orphans and uses their screams to create music.
Stevo: Hey Rebecca, whats the day today?


Stevo: Godammit!!
by stevokinevoo March 14, 2011
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A lyrical genius of our generation.

She is clearly talking about the struggle for identity which all teenagers go through, when they don't really know their place in the world, or their 'seat' if you will. Seriously, this girl is a fucking genius.

I thought it was more about the socioeconomic role of those in the front seat taking the lead in propelling industry and fiscal disparity between social classes, and those in the backseats being beholden to their whims. She's in the backseat, and clearly at the behest of the monetary elite who are driving her about, but she's also achieved a zen-like calm about her plight and has learned to enjoy the backseat, which she shares with her friends in a similar plight. The awkward smiles on their brace-laden mouths expresses a subtlety of both pain, at what they can never have, and an almost joy at their acquiescence to capitalism's class divergence. She's at peace with the back seat, and I think we can all take comfort in that lesson.

But lest we forget, she is sitting in the middle of the three back seats. She can still perfectly see straight ahead at the wide open roads aka opportunities to move up in the world. Clearly she still feels some longing and jealousy towards the monetary elite. The repetition of "fun fun fun fun" seems as if she is trying to drum it into her head that she is content with her social standing, but she is not truly believing it. I hope we get a sequel to the video.
Rebecca Black is an auto-tuned Fran Drescher.

Her lyrics:

"Yesterday was Thursday,
Today is Friday,
Tomorrow is Satuday,
And Sunday comes afterwards."
by sickwonderland March 13, 2011
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