어떤 단어든 아래 칸에서 찾아보세요. 예를 들면 "dirty sanchez"

4 definitions by dullthud

 
1.
Female ned. Dresses much the same, minus the cap but with the addition of a necklace spelling her name and a thick layer of cheap foundation which gives an unfortunate tangerine face. Hobbies include shoplifting, chewing gum, unfeasibly large hoop earrings, teenage pregnancy.
Andy's sister is turning into a right wee senga.
dullthud가 작성 2003년 07월 17일 (목)
 
2.
Term originally used by the East End razor gangs of interwar Glasgow. Sectarian and fiercely territorial, groups from different areas would engage in everything from casual one-upmanship to open street warfare. Best-known and most feared were the Tongs, the Toi and the Cumbies.

Smaller groups from other parts of the city identified themselves as the Anderston Young Team, Drumoyne Young Team and so on.

This latter form - or, more specifically, the tla arising - is now used by neds solely to give group identity to their immediate circle of friends.

Occasional variations include Young (Scotstoun) Fleet, Young (Ruchill) Boys and (Whiteinch) Mental Team. Note that neds using tla identifiers are neither scary nor imaginitive.
(sprayed on a wall)

AYT
on tour 2k3
Gaz -T-
Davie -Mc-
Burns
Jamesey
Darren -B-

F.T.Polis

(crudely drawn cannabis leaf)
dullthud가 작성 2003년 07월 17일 (목)
 
3.
Term used in connection with any of the five record companies that dominate the music industry.

Sony, Universal, BMG, EMI and Warner (and their innumerable subsidiaries) account for over 90% of the music sold in the United States and up to 80% globally. The majors are typically characterised as greedy, cynical, bandwagon-jumping and litigious (see also RIAA).

Not all artists signing to major labels suck, but the majority do fall into one of two categories:

(1) those plucked from obscurity, who are given some songs, handed over to a stylist and aggressively marketed

(2) those with previous careers and original material, who agree to remove all traces of innovation from their music, are rejected by their old fans as sellouts and are aggressively marketed.

Regardless of their popularity, most will be financially crippled by the label's dubious accounting and will be dropped the moment sales start to falter.
"...but then they signed to a major label and were swiftly homogenised. Shame."
dullthud가 작성 2003년 07월 17일 (목)
 
4.
Of a recording artist, to have been released from their record company contract.

Typically used in connection with major label artists popular two years ago after an colossally expensive marketing campaign, but who are now objects of derision.

Most amusing when the artist was signed for tens of millions of dollars a few months previously, went mad and has sold four records since. See also Mariah Carey.
"Good Charlotte? Dropped within the year, I bet you."
dullthud가 작성 2003년 07월 17일 (목)