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627 definitions by Andy

 
57.
SAT
Stupid Asshole Test. A fucking MATH and VOCABULARY test that FUCKS millions of kids each year out of $150 million each year. And another $100 million for the prep courses. The test doesnt mean SHIT. FUCKING ASSHOLES think the test is gods greatest gift to man. These COCK SUCKERS who dont find anything wrong with the test need to GET THAT FUCKING COCK OUT OF THEIR MOUTHS because they are so FUCKING RETARTED. And these FUCKING CUNTS need to drop the FUCK dead.
I wiped my fucking ass with my SAT scores.

My kid got fucked by the SAT.
Andy tarafından 26 Haziran 2004, Cumartesi
 
58.
The most incredible ride ever invented.
Along with Pirates of the Caribbean, are the best rides in the park and in New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California
The Haunted Mansion is awesome
Andy tarafından 20 Nisan 2004, Salı
 
59.
See "Coffee"
Andy tarafından 6 Mayıs 2003, Salı
 
60.
In George Orwell's dystopia "Nineteen Eighty-Four", Newspeak was the corrupted/purged language everyone was supposed to speak according to the totalitarian dictatorship which ran everything. Words with subversive potential and those which had unclear meanings were eliminated, along with references to the past. The attempt was to bring language, and therefore thought, into line with the wishes of the rulers.

It is also used to refer to any instance of politically-invented language put out through apparatuses of propaganda and social control or by spindoctors.

Words like people-trafficker, collateral damage and downsizing are examples of real-world Newspeak.
This doesn't mean you shouldn't make up new words. Nor does it mean that every political or invented word should be suspect. The point is that new words should expand meaning, not contract it. If a word is used to cover up abuses by the powerful or to manipulate people in favour of the existing regime, it's Newspeak.
Andy tarafından 1 Mayıs 2004, Cumartesi
 
61.
Thinking you're better than other people because you're working class, have a regional accent, don't use big words, read tabloid papers, or for other reasons which are opposite to those which would be involved in "snobbery" in the usual sense.
The argument that people who live in "rough" areas are the only ones who "know" about crime and that everyone else should shut up is just an example of inverse snobbery.
Andy tarafından 1 Mayıs 2004, Cumartesi
 
62.
Short for Trotskyist. Usually but not always an offensive term, used by opponents of Trotskyism of both left and right persuasions (usually as a descriptive noun, "the trots").

In some settings, such as the National Union of Students, the insult is so pervasive that anyone to the left of Hitler is liable to be labelled a "trot" at one point or another, because the NUS right-wing associate any challenge to their rule with a conspiracy allegedly initiated by a long-defunct Trotskyist group called Socialist Organiser.

The term also crops up sometimes in anarchist and ecological attacks on Trotskyists. It is also occasionally used by Trotskyists themselves, apparently as a "reclaimed" term, only heard within the Trotskyist in-group, although this is contentious and some reject the term completely.

Its derogatory implications probably come from its associations with the trots in its other sense.
Vote for this right-wing motion - don't listen to all the student trots!

The trots are trying to take over this campaign group
Andy tarafından 19 Nisan 2004, Pazartesi
 
63.
Word often heard coming from the mouth/snout of a police spokesperson.
Commenting on the policing of the protest, the Metropolitan Commissioner remarked "oink, oink, oink".
Andy tarafından 19 Nisan 2004, Pazartesi