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Numerology information Fnord:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Fnord:
A fnord is a propaganda word conditioned in the masses from a very young age to respond to, usually with fear, anxiety, or uneasiness, but unable to be seen by the general populace. (This definition originates in the Illuminatus trilogy of books by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson.) Sometimes it's used in a sentence to denote a general conspiracy (often jokingly), or sometimes it's used for no reason, especially by Discordians fnord.
I heard that David Koresh is sharing an apartment in Argentina with Hitler fnord.
A phrase or sentence that doesn't seem to make any sense. It is often used in Usenet and other computer circles to indicate a random or surreal sentence; anything out of context (intentionally or not) may be labelled "fnord". Also: Fnord is that funny feeling you get when you reach for the Snickers bar and come back holding a slurpee. Fnord is the blue stripes in the road that never get painted. Fnord is place where those socks vanish off to in the laundry. Fnord is an arcade game like Pacman without the little dots. Fnord is a little pufflike cloud you see at 5pm. Fnord is the empty pages at the end of the book. Fnord is toast without bread. Fnord is a venetian blind without the slats. Fnord is the lint in the navel of the mites that eat the lint in the navel of the mites that eat the lint in Fnord's navel. Fnord is the bucket where they keep the unused serifs for Helvetica. Fnord is the color only blind people can see. Fnord is the the four-leaf clover with a missing leaf. Fnord is the space in between the pixels on your screen. Fnord is the smallest number greater than zero. Fnord lives in the empty space above a decimal point. Fnord is the redundant coin slot on arcade games. Fnord is the founding father of the phrase "founding father". Fnord is the last bit of sand you can't get out of your shoe. Fnord keeps a spare eyebrow in his pocket. Fnord invented the green hubcap. Fnord is why doctors ask you to cough. Fnord uses two bathtubs at once.
"Say, Bob, how did your open heart surgery go?" "Pretty well, Steve. My mother got an A on her addition test and went on to become a world class chef." Fnord fnord fnord
A word placed randomly in sentences, purported to instill fear or uneasiness in the reader. Its use generally references a conspiracy or parody thereof. Popularised by the Illuminatus! trilogy by Roberts Shea and Winston. Not to be confused with fjord, those elegant creations of Slartibartfast from the Hitchhiker's Guide "Trilogy."
Fnord is evaporated herbal tea without the herbs.
An acronym From Nothing ORiginates Discord For further information read Robert Wilson's _Illuminatus! Triology_ (The Golden Apple)
Songs about Fnord:
Fnord by Uberbabe/Dj Cody Lee Williams/Elad Marish from the Album Uberbabe [Same As It Ever Was]
Fnord by A kLoKwErK kAoS from the Album Brain Rot: The Demo Daze Anthology
Fnord (120 v.) by oddlogic from the Album Fnord
Fnord (140 v.) by oddlogic from the Album Fnord
Fnord (Fearless) by Shan feat. Valentina Passoni from the Album Waypoint
Fnord Chord by If I Had A Hi Fi from the Album Betrayal
Fnord Modular by Limbertimbre from the Album Liquid Mind
Books about Fnord:
Jonesboro's House of Eris' Science and Fnord Committee Presents The Affordable and House Official MAGNUM... by Malaclypse The Younger and Rev Timothy Edward Bowen (Jul 20, 2014)
FNORD! a double collection of poetry by Preacher John by Preacher John - aka Jon Overton (Mar 12, 2012)
Fourteen Years on Fnord-L by Mack Royal and Sammy Mack Royal (Jun 8, 2010)
Fourteen Years on Fnord-L: black ops - white magic by Mack Royal (Jun 6, 2010)
Where the Fnords Linger: Short Stories 2001-2007 by William Hrdina (Jan 16, 2013)
Roger Fnord: No. 1 (Adults Only) by S. E. Mills (1992)
Roger Fnord no. 1 by S.E. Mills (1992)
Wiki information Fnord:
Fnord is a word used in newsgroup and hacker culture to indicate that someone is being ironic, humorous or surreal. Often placed at the end of a statement in brackets to make the ironic purpose clear, it is a label that may be applied to any random...