Numerology information Surreal:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Definition funny of Surreal:

urbanThe way ghetto people pronounce "Cereal."

urban"Momma, why can't I eat Kraft Mac N' Cheese for breakfast?" "Shut your mouf, D'Quayshius and eat yo surreal."

urbanHaving a dreamlike quality.

urban"Giraffes and wildebeest were recently sighted attempting to gain entry to a prototype cylindrical toaster left to dry on the roof of Prof. Marleson's New York apartment."

urbanPopular usage has transformed the word "surreal" into litle more than a synonym for "weird", and so rendered it useless. I'll use "surrealistic" if a film (or any work of art) exhibits mannered mimicking of superficial aspects of the visual style of the original Surrealists between the wars (commonly, cribs from Dali, Magritte, Chirico, Bunuel or Cocteau). In all other cases I prefer more specific terms, like "dreamlike", "Nightmarish" or "Bunuelesque". I'd reserve "surrealist" for the output of members of recognized Surrealist groups.

urbanEverything is so surreal.

urbanBy definition, a synonym for weird. Often used by critics to describe situations in comedy in which the character does something out of the ordinary or unexpected. This form of comedy is intended to catch you off guard, and is usually used sparingly to increase it's impact. Few comedy shows or movies revolve around utterly surreal comedy to the point where a serious or dramatic moment is, in turn, surreal, in the show, or reverse surreal. Shows such as Spongebob Squarepants, Bobobo-bo-bo-bobo, Space Ghost, and Xavier Renegade Angel are examples of shows that often use Surreal comedy. In short, the word Surreal is mainly used to describe a bizarre situation, event, or action in comedy or real life intended to throw the audience off guard, rarely having a punchline, other than the fact that it so bizarrely happens.


Songs about Surreal:

songsSurreal (Original Mix) by John O'Callaghan from the Album Surreal

songsSurreal (Original Mix) by John O'Callaghan from the Album Never Fade Away

songsSurreal (Extended Mix) by Markus Schulz feat. Ana Criado from the Album Do You Dream? (The Extended Versions)

songsSurreal (Original Mix) by John O'Callaghan from the Album Armada - The March Releases 2009

songsSurreal by Markus Schulz feat. Ana Criado from the Album Do You Dream?

songsSurreal (John O'Callaghan Club Mix) by John O'Callaghan from the Album Armada Sessions April 2009

songsSurreal (En-Motion Remix) by Free radical from the Album A State Of Trance Classics, Vol. 9


Books about Surreal:

booksSurreal (Erotic Romance) Book 5 (DeLuca Brothers) (The DeLuca Brothers) by Lucinda DuBois (Dec 21, 2013)

booksSurreal Estate: A Short Story by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (Aug 10, 2014)

booksSurreal Estate (Pax Arcana) by Elliott James (Jan 14, 2014)

booksSurreal Photography: Creating The Impossible by Daniela Bowker (Jun 5, 2013)

booksSurreal Numbers by Donald E. Knuth (Jan 11, 1974)

booksDo Or Die A New Paranormal Romance (Surreal Blue Rogue Agent Book 1) by E.R. Baine (Mar 12, 2013)

booksSurreal Friends by Stefan van Raay, Joanna Moorhead, Teresa Arcq and Sharon-Michi Kusunoki (Jun 1, 2010)


Movies about Surreal:

moviesLove Surreal 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 33 mins Starring: Shiri Appleby, Nick Zano, Edie McClurg, et al. Directed by: Ryan Little

moviesJourney to Unmanifested Surreal Club Visuals 2009 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Directed by: VJ Divinus

moviesShort Waves: 12 Brief Excursions Into Surreal Video 2008 NR - Runtime: 32 mins Directed by: Richard Bone

moviesLove Surreal 2005 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 33 mins Starring: Nick Zano, Shiri Appleby, Will Friedle, et al. Directed by: Ryan Little

moviesThe Surreal Life - The Complete Fifth Season -

moviesAnthology Of Surreal Cinema, Volume 1 2005 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Jean Borlin, Eric Satie, et al. Directed by: Rene Clair, Germain Dulac, et al.

moviesShort Waves: 12 Brief Excursions Into Surreal Video 2008 - Runtime: 30 mins


Wiki information Surreal:

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Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings. The aim was to "resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality." Artists painted unnerving, illogical...

Surreal humour
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Surreal humour is a form of humour predicated on deliberate violations of causal reasoning, producing events and behaviours that are obviously illogical. Constructions of surreal humour tend to involve bizarre juxtapositions, non-sequiturs,...