CB - Popular Culture

Popular Culture

  • C.B. Forgotston, Louisiana political activist and pundit
  • Cold beer, an abbreviation commonly used by fraternity members in the Southeastern United States
  • Corned beef, a cut of beef cured or pickled in a seasoned brine
  • Cowboy Bebop, an anime and manga series
  • Chris Brown (entertainer), an R&B artist
  • Crash Bandicoot, a series of video games and its eponymous main character
  • Cara-Beth Burnside, a pioneer of women's professional skateboarding and snowboarding
  • Chastity belt, a locking item of clothing designed to prevent sexual intercourse
  • Care Bears, a set of characters appearing on greeting cards and in other media
  • Cracker Barrel, a national restaurant chain
  • Chef Boyardee, canned food
  • C.U. Burn, a cult Irish-language TV comedy series featuring sibling funeral directors and their rundown crematorium
  • Cliff Burton second bassist of Metallica
  • Chuck Bass from the CW Network series Gossip Girl.
  • Chuck Berry 1950s Blues Guitarist
  • Chris Bosh, an American basketball player who plays for the Miami Heat
  • Chester Bennington, the lead vocalist of the American rock band Linkin Park
  • Charlie Brown, the main character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.
  • The Chemical Brothers, British electronic music act

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