Glen Playing Holly, Glen Joseph looks more like a computer geek from Revenge Of The Nerds than the speccy rock and roller he depicts.
What does ROTN stand for?
ROTN stands for Revenge of the Nerds (movie)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of ROTN
- Rock of the Marne (gaming)
- Rock on the Meadows (aka Stamford Riverside Festival; UK)
- Run Of The Mill
- Rustie of the Month
- Revenge of the Mutant Camels (computer game)
- Rise of the Mushroom Kingdom (video game)
- Reality on the Norm (gaming)
- Reapers of the Night (gaming clan)
- Rest of Tamil Nadu (India)
- Revenge of the Nail (short film)
- Revenge of the Noobs (gaming clan)
- Reversal of the Norm (music group)
- Rise of the North Star (band)
- Ritual of the Night (gaming)
- Ruler of the Nation (arm wrestling tournament)
- Reaching Out to Ontario (education program; Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner; Ontario, Canada)
- Roll-Out and Turn-Off
- Robotic Tactical Operations Exoskeleton (game)
- Robotic Officer Tactical Operations Research
Samples in periodicals archive:
99) *** The revenge of the nerds continues as Simon Pegg and Nick Frost - stars of Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz - return for another geek-tastic comedy.
The word "nerd" received major boosts in popularity when it was used frequently in 1970s in the sitcom Happy Days and by the 1984 film Revenge of the Nerds.
IT'S High School revenge of the nerds time again as the kooky outsider fights to be accepted, only to realise he was much happier being true to himself (writes DAVE FREAK).
Then in 1984, Radloff happened upon a movie that seemed to have been made specifically for him, Revenge of the Nerds, and saw it some 25 times in the theater.
Byline: QUENTIN FALK YEARS ago, before gross out became grossly overdone, there was a rather popular teen comedy called Revenge Of The Nerds, followed by a couple of straight- to-video sequels.
Joseph, MI Revenge of the nerds You make a good point in your "I've Got a Secret" editorial by bringing up the fact that the public assumes engineers are building technologies to save the world.
For instance, the Revenge of the Nerds movies were released during a time when hard-won civil rights gains for African Americans were being pushed back under the Reagan and Bush presidencies and when movements for gay rights were becoming more visible.