1) a theoretical “perfect” realm, in which everyone is content, where things get done well by people who are happy to do them, and where all the problems which have plagued our world for millenia no longer apply. whoever came up with the idea was drunk, stoned, tripping or insane. maybe all four.
2) a popular maths-and-text based online game which can be quite complicated. people who play tend to lose all social skills, and spend hours chatting to friends and allies online, saying things like “goddam, just got grabbed by a pumped orc. he’s bottom-feeding, so my kd suicided in retal, razed him and he’s near peasant-death”
do not worry if you do not understand the game. half the people who play don’t either.
be warned, the game seems to exert a strange and powerful force on those with geekish tendencies.
1) sir thomas moore: i live by utopian ideals
other guy: you fuckin fool
2) a: how’s ur tope goin?
b: not good, i’m gettin rickets from stayin inside to play it too much
A place in which there are no problems. Everything is perfect.
This world in not Utopia.
Noun. The perfect society; theoretically impossible but practically verifiable, for example by a democratic referendum. IMO, given the necessary conditions of Utopia’s survival and recognisability as the perfect society, the characteristics of a Utopian society – survivalism, rationalism, freedom, and happiness – may be derived and society may remodel itself along Utopian lines.
Etymology: from eu (Gk. good) and topos (Gk. place). First used by Sir Thomas More in his book Utopia, c. 1542.
Since perfection is impossible, it is sufficient for citizens of Utopia to work towards a society that is very close to perfection.
Utopia is the future of politics in this country.
Who says Utopia is necessarily impractical?
Utopia is the theory that if humans are given enough time they will eventually create a perfect world; a place so unrealistic that it can only be in your dreams. In a utopia everything is serene and free of any and all problems imaginable, but it is a place that doesnât exist. Every utopia has faults which makes it a dystopia. Not everyone will agree in a utopia which will cause chaos, thus making a utopia an unfeasible thing.
Ex. Neverland, from Peter Pan. It seems perfect there, to be forever young is great, to have no supervision is what every kid wants. But the utopia becomes a dystopia when the lost boys realize they might want to grow up, the problem of captain Hook, and when their leader/friend, Peter Pan, might leave.
The most beautiful, amazing girl in the world that you don’t know what you would do without her and you wish you could be with her all the time because she makes you so happy, and she’s also a great kisser 😉
That girl is such a Utopia
n. Greek, a society which is free of hate, violence, prejudice, bigotry, jealousy, etc, and is unobtainable.
Except one way which would be blowing the hell out of everything, leaving nothing alive to hate or be hated.
“BOOM!!!” and there was Utopia.
A Greek word means a perfect place that does not exist. Sir Thomas More wrote a fiction on a perfect country showing what was going on in this country but did not give reasons why that could or could not happen.