Bouncer

Meaning : A Person Employed To Expel Disorderly Persons From A Public Place,

Origin : American,

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urban

Definition funny of Bouncer:

urbanThe big fat guy standing in front of the doorway of stripclubs and keeps everyone out if they are not on the "list". This "list" is basically what the bouncer assumes who you are, if your a hobo, hes not letting you in. He doesn't want any trouble, but if you hit him, he has every right to pummel you to mush. They also guard doorways to celebrity parties. In those rich guy parties, bouncers are controlled by a wienie-boy butler who talks in a squeaky voice, but commands all the power as long as the big guys are getting paid. These types of rich guy bouncers are less round and more built, and can easily throw you out of a bulletproof window, but can't overturn cars.

urbanThe bouncer's weight makes it a danger itself, and he isn't watching where hes stepping either.

urbanA bouncer is the first face you see when entering a bar, pub, or night club, and how they treat you often sets the mood for the night. they make sure everyone who enters the establishment is of legal drinking age, not overly intoxicated, dressed according the the bars dresscode, not carying any weapons or drugs. They tend to be large and muscular. their job is to make sure that the bar is safe for the customers and bar staff alike. the bouncers duties inside the bar are to eject overly drunk people and trouble makers, and to prevent and break up fights, make sure people pay for their drinks. If you treat a bouncer with respect, most will act in kind. If you act like an asshole, chances are you will wake up in an ally in a pool of your own blood with serious head trauma.

urban"I called the bouncer a pussy, that was the last time I saw out of my right eye" "I gave the bouncer at the door a fifty and he let me and my friends in right away, without cover charge too!" "that bouncer saved my ass from getting jumped, I'm gonna buy him some drinks for after he gets off work"

urbanThugs and/or bodyguards positioned outside a dance club to protect that dancers and kick out any who don't belong.

urbanWhoa dude, those bouncers look like they could kick our asses

urbanThe big guy outside of Pubs and Nightclubs. Some of these men are usually pretty nice people, unforturnately most of them are not. Most Bouncers or Doormen are actually lacking in brain cells, and only got through life by being big and "hard" (able to beat someone up without much harm to themselves). Sometimes the Bouncer or Doorman will willingly abuse their position and actually throw someone out who is neither too drunk, nor causing any trouble, simply for the sake of it. I assume it's because they just need to look they're actually doing something, and not just standing around talking. If the person resists, they will force them out. They generally dislike people who actually have some pride and attack them with words and intelligence rather than fists. They generally live by their own rules, and ignore the law. If a bouncer beats up a person he has thrown out because he has been resisting, even if the person had a right to resist, the Bouncer will not be charged with assault, and the person he beat up will spend the night in jail.

songs

Songs about Bouncer:

songsBenny The Bouncer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer  

songsBouncer (Original Mix) by Showtek and Ookay from the Album Bouncer

songsOde To The Bouncer by Studio Killers from the Album Ode To The Bouncer

songsOde to the Bouncer by Studio Killers from the Album Studio Killers

songsOde to the Bouncer (Instrumental) by Studio Killers from the Album Studio Killers (Instrumental Album)

songsThe Bouncer by Electric Light Orchestra from the Album Time

songsBenny The Bouncer by Lake & Palmer Emerson from the Album Brain Salad Surgery [+digital booklet]

songsOde to the Bouncer (Instrumental Version) by Studio Killer from the Album Ode to the Bouncer (Karaoke Version) [In the Style of Studio Killers]

books

Books about Bouncer:

booksBouncer (A Fox & Thayne Murder Mystery Book 1) by Tyan Wyss (Aug 5, 2013)

booksBouncer's Guide to Barroom Brawling: Dealing with the Sucker Puncher, Streetfighter, and Ambusher by Peyton Quinn (Nov 1, 1990)

booksBouncers by Julian Davies and Terry Currie (Dec 26, 2011)

booksBouncer by Kipling Peterson (Oct 20, 2011)

booksBouncers. by John Godber (Oct 1, 1991)

booksWhen We Were Bouncers: Famous Actors, Athletes and Others Tell Insane Stories of Their Days Behind the Velvet... by Paul Lazenby (Jun 8, 2014)

booksNo Booker, No Bouncer, No Bartender: How I Made $25K On A 2-Month House Concert Tour (And How You Can Too) by Shannon Curtis (Feb 24, 2014)

movies

Movies about Bouncer:

moviesBig Stories Small Flashes Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Ray Winstone, Ricky Tomlinson, et al. Directed by: Ged Maguire, Joe Tunmer, Jon Sen, et al.

moviesBouncers! - Starring: John Power (III), Thomas Söderberg, et al. Directed by: Torbjörn Ehrnvall and Ninne Olsson

moviesBouncer 2003 - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Starring: Ben Campezi and Jason Hawke Directed by: Blue Blake

moviesGale Bouncer Movie -

moviesBouncer Smith's Successful Tarpon Tactics 2007 -

moviesHell Fire Austin- Heading west, Ken and Bouncer end up at the Brooks ranch where Ken is to ride Tarzan in the... -

moviesThe Bouncer Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins Starring: Rita Angela, Lars Bjarke, Jens Arentzen, et al. Directed by: Jesper W. Nielsen

wiki

Wiki information Bouncer:

Bouncer
Profession, Character Occupation

A bouncer is an informal term for a type of security guard, employed at venues such as bars, nightclubs or concerts to provide security, check legal age, to refuse entry for intoxication, aggressive behavior or non-compliance with statutory or...

Bouncer
Cricket Delivery Type

In the sport of cricket, a bouncer is a type of delivery, usually bowled by a fast bowler. It is pitched short so that it bounces on the pitch well short of the batsman and rears up to chest or head height as it reaches the batsman.