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Most predominantly used in the greater New York area, "mad" is an appropriate replacement for Northern California's "hella" and Boston's "wicked." In the common vernacular, it translates into "a lot" or "extremely." Can be used almost interchangeably with any of the above listed words.

For the most part, it means angry.
It's mad hot today.
She has mad problems.
by SVex January 17, 2005
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the whale tail is the shape formed when a g-string rides up high over a womans trousers
oh my god look at that butt, her whale tail is showing so high!
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My brother is mad. He is mad that his definitions on urban dictionary got rejected.
I'm writing this to piss him off.
My bro is mad. It is funny.
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Wikipedia says:
A MAD Movie is a Japanese fan-made video, much like an anime music video (AMV), that generally originate from the Japanese website Nico Nico Douga. MAD can also describe the Japanese AMV community, although they can be anything from audio clips, edited pictures, to wholly original creations. MADs do not necessarily even need to be related to anime, though the more popular ones typically are. The term MAD (occasionally M@D) is thought to be a reference to the name of one of the original MADs, rather than a particular acronym for anything.
There are many MAD videos at the Nico Nico Douga website.
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An international treasure. An Adidas-clad daddy with alpine cheekbones. Good at everything. Exceptionally gracious and charming. Men and women fall for Mads irrespective of sexual orientation.
I want to nestle in the bristly forest of Mads' chest hair.
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MAD is an American humour magazine with comics. The name should always be capitalized as "MAD" to distinguish with any other Mads or the word (adjective) "mad". MAD is an acronym from "Mesh takes a D", in which "mesh" is "#" (number sign) and "to take a d" is to "commit a suicide".
Bon: "People oftentimes wonder what that "E" in the middle of the name of Alfred E. Neuman – the cover boy of MAD magazine – stands for and what happened to his missing tooth."
Connie: "No, they don't."
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