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Someone on the right side of the information divide. Comes from the Japanese 情報強者 (Jouhoukyousha, shortened to Joukyou, meaning information literate). The negative counterpart is Wrong-sider
Anon: I'm not a wrong-sider. I'm a right-sider.
Other Anon: Sure...
by Davixxa July 25, 2018
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A label used at the University of Southern Maine to describe someone who believes the right side of the cafeteria is somehow superior to the left. They are unwilling to accept people (mainly "left-siders") for who they are simply because they are not like them. Many freshman will quickly realize that the real world in full of diversity and labeling yourself as strictly "right-sided" should only be applied when talking about brain functions.
Joe: Man, do you see those left-siders over there?? They are so weird! I'm so glad I'm in my mid twenties and proudly call myself a right-sider at USM, the best school ever.

Pete: Joe, grow up. No one gives a fuck.
by thenosider November 16, 2010
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A label used at the University of Southern Maine to describe someone who has the personality of a gopher. This term comes from the fact that many of these people sit on the right side of the cafeteria. Many freshman start their school career on this side, but as the years go by their numbers dwindle. This might be due lack of focus or motivation.
joe(a right-sider): hey! where'd pete go?
by centrist2 November 17, 2010
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