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The hottest bitch on Middle Earth. A fucking queen. A DILF.
''U seen those elven bitches man? They fuckin hot''
''Dude they got nothing on the king''

''Who dat?''
''Thranduil, king of the elves''
by thorinoakenshield February 02, 2014
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Jan 18 Word of the Day
1. Blue Monday is the most depressing day of the year, calculated by Dr. Cliff Arnall, a researcher at the University of Cardiff's Center for Lifelong Learning.
Factors used to calculate the date included weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our New Year's resolutions, low motivation and feeling the need to take action.

In 2005 the date was calculated as January 24th, in 2006 it was January 23rd, and in 2007 it was January 22nd.

2. A song by the hard rock band Orgy from their album Candy Ass.
1. Guy: "Aw man, I feel like absolute shit today."
Friend: "Yeah, same here. I hate Blue Monday."

2. "I wish I could sing Blue Monday to my ex-girlfriend, she's such a bitch."
by L_Roku August 31, 2007
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Better known as the Elvenking, Thranduil was an elf, presumably Sindarin given his name-form, who ruled a realm in northeastern Mirkwood in the Third Age of Middle-Earth. He appears in several of Tolkien's novels. In The Hobbit, he is portrayed as greedy and possessive, refusing to free Thorin and his companions until they told him of their quest and later riding against them to claim a share of the spoils from Erebor.

However, he fights with the forces of good at the Battle of the Five Armies, and also later, during the War of the Ring. He captures but fails to hold Gollum. He then sends an elf from his household, Legolas, to Rivendell, and Legolas becomes one of the fellowship of the ring. Thranduil is presumably involved in the battles around Dale, and appears in all the battle-strategy games based on Lord of the Rings, but he never appears in person in the book.
His realm is made up mainly of Laiquendi/Nandor/Sylvan Elves. They are powerful in magic and keep themselves well-hidden, coming out only to feast and hunt by night. His halls are also protected by magic, and are basically a maze of underground caverns and dungeons similar to Gondolin and Nargothrond. The realm, sometimes termed the Woodland Realm or the Elvenking's Realm, does not seem to have a specific elven name.
by Andy May 11, 2004
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