Numerology information Madball:

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


Definition funny of Madball:

urbanA hardcore punk band formed in 1988. The name derives from the weapon, which used to be a common sight at hardcore shows untill venues buffed up security. The current lineup is freddy cricien on vocals(who also happens to be the half brother of roger miret from agnostic front), hoya on bass, mits on guitar, and rigg ross on drums.

urbanyo bro you going to the madball show tonight? nah man i dont wanna get fucked up in the pit!

urbanAn improvised street weapon consisting of a billiard ball tied into the toe-end of a tube sock. The implement is swung, generally at high speeds, in such a fashion as to severely injure the victim.

urbanDude tried to snag my wallet, so I busted him upside the head with my trusty madball. Now he's whistling Dixie through the space where his front teeth used to be. Also: Sean Penn used a variation of a madball in the classic 1983 prison flick "Bad Boys," where he puts a soda can in a pillow case and uses it to beat the shit out of Clancy Brown.

urbanA highly violent game played by schoolchildren, where every player must try to catch and keep a ball away from all other players, in a free for all, no holes barred, mad chase to get the ball. There are no rules other than to try to keep possesion of the ball, anything is permitted to get it - as a famous player once said: "You could KILL someone in madball!" There are no set rules for determining the winner, though commonly whoever is holding the ball when the bell rings is considered the "winner". Some critics of the game consider it little more than an excuse to have a rumble due to the lack of rules or clear victory conditions.

urbanBobby got a broken nose playing Madball at lunchtime today!

urbann. A person with a severe physical deformity of the face. Derived from Madballs toys of the 1980s, which were all ball-shaped monsters with bizarre faces.


Songs about Madball:

songsBlowing My Mind (feat. Freddy Madball) [Explicit] by Stress The White Boy from the Album S.T.W.B.: The Good Life [Explicit]

songsCorona Drug Bust (feat. Freddy Madball) by Skam Dust from the Album Corona Drug Bust

songsCorona Drug Bust (feat. Freddy Madball) by Skam Dust from the Album Real Recognizes Real Meets Ill Roc (Full Contact Hardcore) [Explicit]

songsThe Hammer of Justice (feat. Freddy Madball) by Dead Reprise from the Album Dystopia

songsHow Many Times (feat. Mitts Madball) by Skam Dust from the Album Corona Drug Bust

songsHow Many Times (feat. Mitts Madball) by Skam Dust from the Album Countdown Nation Sampler 2010 [Explicit]

songsMadball Back [Explicit] by Poison Clan from the Album Ruff Town Behavior [Explicit]


Books about Madball:

booksMadball by Fredric Brown (1953)

booksMadballs #1 : The Evil Dr. Frankenbeans (Marvel Comics) by Michael Gallagher and Howie Post (1986)

booksMadballs #3 : Attack of the Bad Balls (Marvel Comics) by Michael Gallagher and Howie Post (1986)

booksMADBALL A Gold Medal Novel by Fredric Brown (1961)

booksMadballs #2 : Dr. Frankenbeans Returns (Marvel Comics) by Michael Gallagher and Howie Post (1986)

booksMadballs Almanac by Bob Stine (Aug 28, 1987)

booksMadballs 9 (Marvel) by Mike Gallagher (1988)


Movies about Madball:

moviesJack Lemmon Showcase Volume 2 - 4-Movie Set - Operation Madball/Good Neighbor Sam/Notorious Landlady/Three For... 2014 NR - Runtime: 7 hrs 23 mins Starring: Jack Lemmon, Kim Novaks, Mickey Rooney, et al. Directed by: Various

moviesMadballs Gross Jokes NR - Runtime: 30 mins

moviesMADballs: Escape From Orb 1986 NR - Runtime: 30 mins


Wiki information Madball:

Hardcore punk Artist, Person or entity appearing in film, Musical Group, Social network user, Musical Artist

Madball is a New York-based hardcore band that originated in the late 1980s, as a side project of Agnostic Front. The band developed after Agnostic Front's front man Roger Miret would let his younger half-brother, Freddy Cricien take the microphone...

TV Program, Adapted Work, Brand, Collectable item

Madballs were a series of toy rubber balls created by AmToy, a subsidiary company of American Greetings in the mid-1980s. The toys incorporated gross-out humor in the vein of Wacky Packages and Garbage Pail Kids. Each ball had a character synopsis...