a style of dance where one turns and moves similar to a robot, showing no human emotions and stricly mechanical like moves.
"Get out the way son, lanky lookin white boy bout to bust out the robot!"
by Bankstee January 18, 2009
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Lonely men in their early/mid 20s who have no friends no direction in life are extremely socially awkward and have never had sex nor a girlfriend before.

Robots usually live with their parents and live on NEETbux if they aren't wagecucking at a place like McDonald's or in college.

They avoid people on purpose and spend all day in their mom's basement shitposting on the /r9k/ board on 4chan and eating chicken tenders while watching anime and fapping to all kinds of porn while mommy takes care of them they rot away in their hikikomori neckbeard nest full of piss bottles.

Robots also hate chads and stacies and they will let you know about it.

It is common on /r9k/ for robots to get trolled by normies lurking the board and robots will usually respond with Pepe or Wojak memes and say Reeeeeeeeee get off my board.
We are robots we have never had sex.
by bgfbhfhfgghnfhfhffh May 27, 2022
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A frequent member of the ROBOT9000 community. Typically a NEET or a failed normie. He lacks real-life social skills and communicates with other robots through posting feels and variations of an animated frog. Robots are usually miserable about being lonely and tfw no gf which can lead them to become suicidal. They are generally hostile to those they perceive to be normies and redditors invading and stealing from their community. Robots hate chad with all their being.
Why can't you normies leave us robots alone?

When threatened, robots scream REEEEEEEEEEEEE
by wojak May 28, 2015
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An old kind of dancing that resembles a robot. It remains semi-popular today.

This can take many different shapes and forms. For example, you could be the standard-lame-person-who-can't-dance and just move your arms up and down in a stiff manner while moving your head around in a robotic fashion. This method is generally frowned upon as n00bish. While this basic kind of robot dancing is lame, a good robot dancer can turn heads even today. Deft control of the wrists, elbows, shoulders, waist, knees, feet, spine, neck, head, eyes, and mouth are required for an expert at the robot. This movement apearing like a robot can be as smooth or jittery as the music allows. Generally works best with most kinds of electronic music, but much straight beat rock and funk works just as well. BPM (tempo) ranges may vary with the dancing style.

All names of Moves and Sub Styles are made up. The moves and styles still exist, however.
Some "The Robot" Moves:
"Hydrolics" - going from stiff to limp at will.
"Liquid Robot" - jittering liquid dance that resembles a strobe light effect.
"Stutter" - moving back and forth between two positions rapidly, making the dancer look like a frozen VHS screen.

Sub-styles are:
"The Man in a Robot Suit" - danger will robinson!
"Industrial Robot" - Much meaner and stiffer.
"The Funky Robot" - It's a robot that doesn't care to look like a robot, but isn't really that great of a dancer.
"The Glitch Robot" - An excessive ammount of stuttering occurs. Enough to convince any normal person that this person is having a seisure. Really only works with glitch or stutter-edit music.
"Putty" - a style that makes the dancer appear as pliable as Silly Putty(tm). Not technically robot dancing, but requires the same full body control.
Look! Phil's doing the robot! I wish I could do that. All I can do is wave my hands around like a raver. I'm gonna go cut my wrists now. :'(
by RedWater December 13, 2004
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The term 'robot' in recent cultural contexts in the USA, and presumably other nations, seems to refer to people who appear to mindlessly follow various sets of rules. This definition has been extended to specific sub-cultures and particularly, corporate cultures.
The extension of this definition has come to include anyone following the rule-sets of their learned behavior, but in particular, those people who mimic their cultural memes while unaware of their imitative, example-dependent tendencies.
There is a social movement to objectify people with the term robot to reduce or deny their human characteristics, but this movement is also a projection of the observers' own robotic qualities which the observers are either unaware of or are attempting to deny.
This extended definition for 'robot' can go so far that it includes all people, because all people learn their behavior from other people and cultures whom they have chosen to mimic, either consciously or non-consciously.
People described as 'robots' appear to have free will, however all of a robot's options have been pre-programmed by their cultural contexts and social dependencies, regardless of whether they choose conformative, moderate, or rebellious modes of self-expressions.
You ARE a robot, but so what? So is everyone else...

dis mesag was progrmd by an alien artifishul inteligenz... njoy!
A robot behaves reactively, according to its internalized resolution of instruction sets programmed by its social and cultural matrices.
by greg.gourdian July 15, 2015
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Based on the failed pilot (now on myspace) "Gay Robot", it is similar in meaning to the term "No Homo." It can be used to note that something you're saying sounds gay, but you don't mean it in the gay sense. It can be used before or after your statement.
Also, if you fail to flag your homo sounding comment with no robot, someone can call no robot on you, just as with no homo. The phrase no robot is convenient when in a public place because it is not as offensive as saying no homo in a crowded place.
1. "Yo that dude is big, no robot."
2. "No Robot, but your man has some nice moves in the post."
3. *Friend says homo remark* - "Man, No Robot!"
by HollaBackKid May 15, 2008
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