Random word when someone says something random and annoying
Annoyance: "Ewww, What's that"
You: "Your MOTHER!!"
Annoyance: "Miss,What are we doing 2day"
You: "Your MOTHER!!"
Annoyance: "This work is so easy, Miss"
You: "Just like...your MOTHER!!"
You: "Your MOTHER!!"
The Person Who Might have raised you, normally a woman
your mother is a woman who raised you is it not?
The woman who gave birth to you and raised you.
Some mothers are known for embarrassing their children... or being cruel to them [Joan Crawford] was among the most prominent of this type, if not the worst.
Still others are wonderful, loving, devoted women. Mine is one of them.
Pet names for her would be ["mom"], ["mommy"], ["mama"], or similar names.
I feel so blessed to have a mother like mine.
1.A [female] human being whom gave birth to you.
2.Term of [profanity] used by most civilizations in the world.
1.My mother is going to ditch me for her new boyfriend.
2.The most insulting insult in Chinese is 'caonimabi', means 'fuck your mother's [pussy]'.
1)...enlengthened form of Mom.
2)A woman who constantly bitches at you for random shit you probably didn't do, to achieve her miserble self-fufillment.
1) Kid: "HEY MOM!!"
Mother: "Speak properly, junior. Use 'Mother' instead of 'Mom,' so I can brag to my friends like a cunt what a sophisticated and trained little boy I have.
Short for "Mother Fucker".
He's one bad mother.
Used to define something larger or better than anything else.
That was the mother of all goals.
I need the mother of all beers to quench my thirst on a hot day like this.
An over-protective, bossy, female-adult.
Paula: "Why weren't you at the movies?"
Nikky: "My mother wouldn't let me.
Series of Nintendo RPGs by renowned Japanese author, Shigesato Itoi and his development studio, APE Sofware. Massively popular in Japan (rivaling, at one point, even the Dragon Warrior and Final Fantasy franchises), the series takes the stereotypically medieval conventions of role-playing games and puts them into a modern, contemporary context. In doing so, the banality of most feudal-setting, 2D RPGs is hilariously realized, resulting in a surreal, yet enjoyable experience.
The stories of both games in the franchise involve a young boy living in small-town America who must battle a fiendish alien menace. Using a variety of bizarre psychic powers and the help of his friends, he overcomes unbelievable obstacles in his quest to save Earth. These obstacles often involve crazed city residents and animals--controlled by the alien being's psychic grip--grotesque monsters, deadly robots, and psychadelic universes created by the subconscious mind. Deadpan, self-referential humour is abundant, with swords, magic, save points, inns and merchants replaced with baseball bats, psychic attacks, phone conversations with Dad, hotels, and drugstores. The NPC cast is huge; populating entire towns and houses, giving advice on life-threatening, sci-fi scenarios the way ordinary people would--as colloquially and casually as possible, which is where the game derives much of its humour. The games are not very well-known outside of Japan, since the first was not released in North America or Europe due to poor sales of RPGs in these regions at the time (1989). Mother 2 (1994), released for the Super Famicom, was translated and distributed in North America and Europe as "EarthBound" in 1995, but failed in the marketplace due to poor promotion and bad timing--Final Fantasy VI was released at the same time, and many considered it the standard for RPGs, making EarthBound's modern whimsy seem embarrassing by comparison. Still, the titles have a large cult following outside of Japan, as evidenced by the proactive website community and nexus for all things Mother, starmen.net.
Creator Shigesato Itoi began work on Mother 3 in 1995 for the Nintendo 64 Disk Drive. The game was to be a massive, 10-chapter epic, reportedly non-linear in nature, but when the 64DD peripheral flopped, development slowed to a crawl until the title's cancellation in 2000. Itoi still toyed with the project, considering it for a novel or feature film, but rejected these ideas under the concern that the themes expressed in the story could not be expresed without interactivity. In 1999, the main character of Mother 2, Ness, was showcased in HAL Labs' Super Smash Bros. franchise, starring in both the N64 original and the 2001 Gamecube sequel.
In early 2003, Itoi recucitated development, this time producing the Mother 3 for the Game Boy Advance. And on June 21, 2003, the previous two games in the series were converted to the portable in Mother 1+2. Since then, progress on the game has reached nearly 2/3 completion, and is set to release in either 2005 or 2006. Whenever it does, the entire community of Mother afficionados will undoubtedly rejoice in the return of video gaming's most beloved RPG franchises.
The best villain of all time is Mother 2's Pokey.
The only woman in the world who will still cradle you in her arms even if you've stabbed her loving heart each time you've hung up her calls, thrown away her delicious food just because your friends thought [Subway] was cool; got a red-ink stained progress report; told her to go away in the presence of your apparently 'cool' friends, ignored her for telling you to do your school work before play; taking juvenile revenge on her for only protecting you from the seemingly harmless evils in the world around you.
And still say she loves you and you will always be her child, no matter what.
It's not just the placenta that forms a bond between a mother and a child.
It's the mother herself who loves her child unconditionally.
I love my mother and I absolutely hate myself because I am yehdjncmsaoajeu (aka doesn't deserve to be my mother's child)