6 definitions by chronosis

(noun)
The practice or act of intentional and blatant avoidance, disregard or disagreement with facts, empirical evidence and well-founded arguements because they oppose or contradict your own existing personal beliefs.

This practice is most commonly found in the political or religious ideologies of "conservative" Americans.

Many times it is practiced due to laziness--people not wanting to have to do the work to rethink their opinions, the fear of the unknown, the fear of being wrong, or sometimes simply close-mindedness.

alt. form: willfully ignorant
Then Julie said, "It's not that I don't believe you, it's just not what the Bible says." God, what a willfully ignorant fucktard.
автор: chronosis 21 апреля 2005
n.
A random grouping and usually tangled mass of fake hair, which is generally the result of someones weave being pulled out in a fight, that tumbles down the street similar to a tumbleweed.
Man, you see that tumbleweave rollin' down the street?

Yea, and it looks like we could use it to fix Shaqonda's hair!
автор: chronosis 28 мая 2005
Contraction of the words 'hypocrite' and 'Christian'. Any Christian who claims to follow the teaching of Christ but whose belief structure, values and/or actions directly contradict such a claim. Typically, hypochristians support things such as the Death Penalty, engage in heavily in proselytizing and judgement of others whose beliefs differ from theirs. Additionally, they often oppose things that go against their beliefs such as gay marriage, evolution, and other scientific law amidst wide amounts of ethical, scientific, moral, and logical arguements (even within their own supposed claim of beleifs) that would prove otherwise. Hypochristians are best categorized as individuals so stubbornly and fanatically devoted to their beliefs that they border on sheer stupidity.
Jill is one of theose Born Again Hypochristians. She claims she believes in the teaching of Jesus yet she sleeps with every guy she meets.
автор: chronosis 17 апреля 2005
Any religion or sect of Christianity whose teachings, doctrine, dogma, scriptures and/or practices directly contradict the teachings of the Christ, Jesus of Nazareth.

An individuals who follows one of these sects is known as a hypochristian.
Southern Baptist are one of the many forms of hypochristianity.
автор: chronosis 17 апреля 2005
Any fold out or fold down matress such as a fold out bed, futon, or folding cushions.
Tommy got out the fold and fuck and took a nap.
автор: chronosis 21 апреля 2005
(verb), as in "to plex"
etymology: United States 21 Century English, from the word "complex"

Shortened form of the word "complex".

1. To have or show social dysfunction in the form of emotional disturbance. (Ranting, Whining, Fighting, etc...)
2. To hold a grudge in public forum.
3. To complain.

-es; -ed; -ing

Can by used as an adjective 'plexy' to describe someone or something that has the same qualities.
1. I don't want to join that list, it's too plexy.

3. Janette is always plexing in her LiveJournal about how horrible her life is.
автор: chronosis 15 сентября 2005

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