Byline: Darren Fullerton ON Saturday, was Wayne Rooney a foul mouthed, charmless, snarling, angry young man in a Manchester United shirt?
What does AYM stand for?
AYM stands for Angry Young Man
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of AYM
We have 19 other meanings of AYM in our Acronym Attic
- As You Like It
- Alfalfa Y Los Kretinos (band)
- Arizona Youth Lacrosse League
- Avoidable Years of Life Lost Ratio
- ASEANpreneurs Youth Leaders Network (Singapore)
- A Year Like None Other (Harry Potter, fanfiction)
- Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp (Singapore)
- Azerbaijan Young Lawyers' Union
- 21st Century African Youth Movement
- Aker Yards Marine Inc. (naval architecture/engineering)
- Ask Your Mom
- Association of Youth Museums
- Australia Yearly Meeting
- Awards for Young Musicians (UK)
- Agua Y Medio Ambiente (Spanish: Water and Environment)
- Auckland Youth Mentoring Association (New Zealand)
- Aboriginal Youth Mean Business (Canada)
- Are You Mad Bro
- Are You My Boyfriend
- Association of Young People with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)(UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Back then I think I approached him, as was written, as a kind of angry young man when I did it back in my twenties.
Christopher Rose, defending, said: "There is clearly something of the angry young man about this defendant, it may be to do with the fact he had not, from a very young age, had a relationship with his father.
” Joel’s neuroses are naked in his songs, as in “Angry Young Man”: “And there’s always a place for the angry young man / With his fist in the air and his head in the sand.
~ Angry Young Man DEAR ANGRY YOUNG MAN: We were all angry young men once, well except maybe those pansies in the NDP, who were simply boys in need of a good ass kicking.
He is an angry young man, who finds himself not so young anymore.
Only in the final bars does this Mahler cease to be the angry young man of the First Symphony.
I had assumed from his vitriolic abuse of me (Voice of the North, March 13) that he was an angry young man.