People who go to sporting events for the social atmosphere and attention, while being completely ignorant or indifferent to the actual competition. They are attributed with drunken obnoxiousness, being oblivious to the score and the competitors, conversing with others or on the phone about anything unrelated to the on court/field events, pretending to cheer when everyone else does, wearing brand new sports paraphernalia to make it look like they fit in, and leaving shortly after last call to beat traffic and get drunk again sooner.
Cindy and Lisa hate baseball, but since they're beer weather fans, they go to Cubs games at Wrigley Field at all the time.
All the beer weather fan celebrities at the Lakers games are pricing out the real fans.
Beware! The following are deadly: Bumping into members of the Turtle Tribe and other baddies. Walking into flames...
-Super Mario Bros. Instruction Booklet, page 10.
A hand or finger tendon that gives a player the quickness and flexibility to master video games, especially games that require great dexterity and precise button pressing sequences.
Tony's Nintendons give him the fast fingers to crush Sang in Street Fighter.
The unknown subject of the declarative statement, "That's what she said!"
Andy: Where's Norman?
Richard: Yeah, he can't get up.
Andy: That's what she said
Richard: Who is this proverbial "she"?
Someone who consistently rebuffs top electronic brand names in favor of lesser-marketed, no-name, or doomed-to-fail electronics brands and products. Named after children of the 1980's who insisted on playing Sega Master System (SMS) instead of Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
In addition to spurning NES for SMS, Sega Boy continually bucked the bandwagon by purchasing a Betamax VCR, NEC TV, Tandy computer, Primestar satellite dish, Game Park portable video gaming unit, Coby DVD player, Fujitsu laptop, IAudio MP3 player, and HD-DVD player.
That blonde in the red gi who gets his ass handed to him by Ryu
time and time again. Husband of Eliza, father of Mel, student of Gouken, head of the Masters Foundation, US Martial Arts champion, and the only guy to be in every Capcom
game with the words "Street Fighter" in the title, including "Street Fighter 2010."
No matter how many times Ken improves his Shoryuken, Ryu keeps punking him in a fight.