Numerology information Gutterpunk:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Definition funny of Gutterpunk:

urbanA gutter punk is a member of the subculture of punk, who lives primarily on the streets, and who sleeps in alleyways, bushes, parks, on roof tops, and in friends' homes. They are typically characterized by wearing the same clothing day in and day out, along with a general "fuck it" attitude, an odor all of their own, unshaven faces, unkept hair, and a fondness for beer. Gutter punks and street punks are closely related, and can often be confused, with the primary differentiating factor being that street punks are able to take showers, if so desired.

urbanGutter Punk Jason: "Yeah, I passed out in the bushes outside of the liquor store. I was there for about two hours." Chris: "That's 110%, my brother." Gutter Punk Jason: "110%!"

urbandirty, smelly, street punk.

urbanhow do you know when a gutterpunk chick is on the rag? shes missing a sock

urbanA homeless hardcore alcoholic/drug addicted crusty young street punk who is proud of his totally non excistant personal hygiene, always unwashed in the same filthy clothes. Known to have 'crab races' with their body lice as an entertainment amongst them. panhandling, prostituting or drugdealing (stealing) for money, sometimes living in filthy derelict buildings or squats and with few possessions

urbanThat city is riddled with gutterpunks

urbanA "nomadic" variant of punk, usually in the form of walking They can take several weeks even months to reach a certain destination, most stay in a city/town for a max of 4 days for recuperation. They tend to be positive about outdoor living and commonly (but not limited to) sleep in the bush, squats, 'out of sight' street corners, barnhouses and makeshift shacks. They are less likely to become trapt in substance abuse than their hitch hiker/non-transient counterparts and often have some knowledge on wilderness survival. Common gear can range from tents to bivouac sacks usually accompanied by a crowbar and a sleeping bag, some have been known to carry axes, wire cutters, combat knives and even screw drivers. There are also rare cases where they would carry shovels, cooking gear, nails and hammers. Scavenging is common among these types, some are known to collect empties and scrap metal as a form of income. Often they are more physically fit than hitch hikers/non-transients and tend to have a fondness for healthy eating. Some are limited to a specific route while others go on a country wide tour.


Songs about Gutterpunk:

songsGutterpunk by Noisia Feat. Rebecca Riley from the Album Afterhours Ibiza

songsDon't Stop (Gutterpunk Remix) by Hauswerks from the Album Don't Stop

songsDon't Stop (Gutterpunk Remix) by Jaymo from the Album Inside Electro House World Edition

songsGutterpunk by The Hell Caminos from the Album Through the Day and Through the Night

songsGutterpunk by Noggin Toboggan from the Album Your Days Are Numbered

songsGutterpunk (Body Snatchers Remix) by Noisia from the Album Gutterpunk

songsGutterpunk (Jaymo Remix) by Noisia from the Album Gutterpunk


Books about Gutterpunk:

booksGutterpunk by Steve Purcell (Feb 15, 2014)

booksGutterpunk by Lewis Gray (Mar 6, 2011)

booksgutterpunk (2010)


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