someone who listens to all kinds of rock, especially alternative rock and bands that have an independent record label.
started in great britain in the 80’s,
bloc party, sonic youth, brigade, hot hot heat and radiohead are all kinds of bands indie rockers would listen too
a person who listens to indie/indie rock, such as “the bravery,” “bloc party,” “death from above 1979,” and more. a lot of indie rockers like the long hair, parted on one side with sweeping bangs hairstyle. wear a variety of clothing, including tight pants, sweaters, v-neck sweaters with a collared shirt under it, indie rock band shirts, plaid pants maybe, slip on canvas shoes, or black rimmed rectangular gl-sses, maybe even scarves or hobo gloves. often confused with hipsters.
d-mn dude i went to this show and all these indie rockers showed up for mae, then left before the headliner went on.
- innit just
originates from yeovil, somerset. said to agree with someone more than usual, to make something sound good. innit just!
when you get a bl-wj-b while playing any of the call of duty games. guy 1 “what did you do last night?” guy 2″nothing really just hung out with my girlfriend just got coddie” guy 1″h-ll yeah man”
- internet muscles
when someone tries to act all big and cool on the internet by posting offensive and rude posts and comments on forums, youtube, etc. often done to attempt to feel good about one’s sad pathetic lonely life. nolifer: “you f-ck-ng idiot dont know anything about this go to f-ck-ng h-ll lolol i f-ck your mom […]
the inviolate one, the intoccabile one who knows no fear. “i slew my own father here 2 years ago, for i am the intoccabile.”
the proper term for eskimos, a people who live in arctic canada, alaska usa and greenland. closely related to the aleut. also inukt-tut, the language of the inuit, which has a very complex agglutinative grammar that can express entire sentences in a single long word. (inuit is plural, inuk is singular.) an example of greenlandic […]