The most insiduous influence on the young is not violence, drugs, tobacco, drink or sexual perversion, but our pursuit of the trivial and our tolerance of the third rate.
i dont think outside the square, in fact, i wasnt aware that there was a square, i just shutup and eat my media and dont want to think for myself.

take away mainstream media andperhaps people wouldnt succumb so unknowingly to a life of mediocrity
by common August 4, 2006
foster: *acts with mediocrity"

bro, stop being such a phy
by CESARSABITCH January 31, 2020
me-di-oc-ri-ty (noun)

1. The quality or state of being mediocre
2. How to properly describe Notre Dame football for the past 10 years.
"Jesus Mike, how can you pull for Notre Dame? They are the Elvis of Mediocrity!"
by notredameblows September 3, 2009
n. It's like a compliment, but not. But it's also not an insult.
3 examples of a mediocrement:

"Hey, you're not the grossest person I've ever met!"
"Well, you didn't miss ALL the pins on your last bowl."
"Here, have a participation trophy."
by spartacusrc3 June 6, 2013
pron. a person of average of below-average intelligence or skill who claims to be an expert.
Leslie pontificated incessantly about her surfing exploits, but the dopers at Mavericks knew her as Mediocrates.
by jj bizzippo May 5, 2008
Not good, not bad, but a negative term nonetheless. Often used to describe something that is average, but was expected to be much better.
She was a mediocre student who could have been much better.
by Herman D. Optional July 29, 2004
Mediocrally is an adverb derived from mediocrity (also derived from mediocre).
After the investment banker and kindergarten teacher met on Jdate, they got married and lived mediocrally ever after.
by Sara Alize Cross January 5, 2009