What is a "Malibu Person"?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by marketsurfer, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. marketsurfer

    marketsurfer Sponsor

    I feel stupid asking this question, but what is the definition of Malibu Person? Is it an insult or a compliment to be refered to as this? It looks like a cool place in CA with lots of Hollywood types--- so unless there is something I don't know seems like a compliment. I searched google but can't find this term used.
    Can anyone advise? Thanks, surf
     
  2. BSAM

    BSAM

    Brother Surf...I think it's a term for ultra cool people like you and me.
    However, most Malibu People believe in TA/PA.
     
  3. BSAM

    BSAM

    Also might add that when Malibu People speak about "price drivers", they are referring to their very expensive new cars.
     
  4. I'd take a guess, whether it's a compliment or an insult depends on who called you that.

    A fan, an admirer, an equal peer, someone who want you to do well might say "You're such a New Yorker." They are happy for you. They know you want to be a New Yorker. It's a compliment.

    Schumer might call Hillary a New Yorker when she became a senator. Definitley a compliment.

    If Hillary pissed of her red neck arkasas friends when voting for gay marriage, they might call her a typical fucking new yorker (insult).

    Capece?
     
  5. Arnie

    Arnie

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    Lyrics to Malibu People :


    I got a fine beach house, baby
    And the waves roll in
    Playing in the sand with your best friend babe
    Malibu people really know how to live

    A castle in the sand and a lady
    And the waves roll in
    Keep it in mind for some other time
    Malibu people really know how to live

    It took some time to find a crack in her defenses
    A hole in her heart you might say
    Keeping abreast of her, keeping things bandaged
    All I know is that the waves roll in

    Big belly woman laying waiting in the sand for her baby
    And the waves the roll in
    If she needs a spot to drop, you know she's got to drop
    Before the waves roll in

    All right...

    A castle in the sand and a lady
    And the waves roll in
    Keep it in mind for some other time
    Malibu people really know how to live

    Big belly woman laying waiting in the sand for her baby
    While the waves the roll in
    If she needs a spot to drop, you know she's not to got
    Before the waves roll in

    It's the season again

    [ These are Malibu People Lyrics on http://www.lyricsmania.com/ ]
     
  6. marketsurfer

    marketsurfer Sponsor

    Thanks for the insight. I surmised it meant the person believed the term meant flaky or detached from reality. But maybe it was a compliment.