3 or more badass hoes who band together and do life right. They accomplish stuff, usually quickly. They feed off each other's brainwaves, sometimes utilizing telepathy but usually via text message. They seek intellectual stimulation and will argue anything. They will also drink your booze and steal your men and generally either make you feel amazing or inferior. Or both. But that's ok because they will smile at you and make you feel included before they ditch you.
'Hey man, I think my new girl might have a support group. She just drank a forty of gin and got a promotion and her phone won't stop vibrating.'
by Melloh January 1, 2014
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The term given to abunch of naive, gullible, impotent old men who pride themselves on the mismanaged financial support which they blindly offer to younger drug addicted bag whores and needle rats. They thrive on exhibiting control over their subjects which consist of turned out and washed up, brainwashing victims. Often these girls suffer from low self esteem, delusions of grandeur, and pathological lying which creates a situation in which a support group is needed.
Hey Mon, your chili dog really has the best flavor in town. I really like the way you boosted my ego and cradled my balls with your ass at the last cookie support group.
by Ranchgirls December 13, 2020
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A euphemism taken from the term peer support group. Simply means a group of people that you drink beer with. Especially a group of people that seem to gravitate towards the heavy side of drinking. Most likely a support group of borderline alcoholics, helping each other cope with life's challenges by drinking.
Stacey: Can you come out to dinner tonight?

Dan: Nah... gotta drop in on the old beer support group..

Stacey: Awww.... I'm so proud of you. It's nice to have a boy friend that gives back to the community.

Dan: I know.... it isn't always easy but my brothers need me... (opens a beer)

Stacey: mmwahh
by qorn48 July 14, 2011
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A loose network of individuals, generally connected through online communications, dedicated to spreading the belief that 'online' poker is 'rigged'. The most common belief is that players are 'fed' above-average starting hands to make them play more pots, thus supposedly increasing rake for the site.

An objective analysis quickly reveals this to be unworkable. Pre-loading players with excellent starting hands would in fact *lower* rake overall. This is because such a practice would invariably cause play to occur over a small number of large pots, rather than a large number of small pots. Since most sites 'cap' the rake at a given figure (typically taking a maximum of $3 per pot regardless of size), this would be deleterious to profit. Additionally, after a small series of large pots, *at least* one person at the table will have lost all their money. Hence no more pots (and thus no more rake) *at all*.

The nonsensicality of the Poker Conspiracy Self-Support Group's beliefs is no deterrent to the promulgation of their credo. This is because these are, invariably, losing players, who do not wish to acknowledge that they have been repeatedly beaten in a game of skill by players whose skill is superior to theirs. It is perhaps a noteworthy comment on the human condition that such conspiracies do not exist with regards to other skill games where money is not directly used as a tool of play.

The Poker Conspiracy Self-Support Group exists so that its members may continue to delude themselves about their poker ability, comfort each other over their soooooo-so rigged rivers, ignore pot odds and implied odds, and collectively justify committing mass credit-card fraud, since 'it's not stealing if they're thieves too'.
I made the nuts on the flop, checked, and checked the turn... this MOFO is there checkin' right back behind me... river... a DIAMOND omfg so f-in RIGGED, the guy had a FLUSH omg roflmao can't believe he HAD A FLUSH... NO F-ING WAY THE ODDS ARE LIKE QUADRILLIONS TO ONE I'm off to join the Poker Conspiracy Self-Support Group!
by Peter Gibney December 17, 2006
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