* ApprovalOfGod: The city of Austin, Texas put up a public poll to rename its sanitation services. While some names like [[ShockSite Lemon Party]] and Literature/{{H|arryPotter}}ufflepuff were submitted, the winner by a landslide with almost 30,000 votes? ''[[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/11/austin-solid-waste-fred-durst_n_822082.html Fred Durst Society of the Humanities and Arts]]'' ([[http://austinist.com/2013/08/14/two_years_ago_the_city.php "Were picking up garbage and hes been producing it for 20 years, it made sense.]]). And just to show how much people liked this, the second place winner only had 2,069 votes. [[https://twitter.com/freddurst/status/33599068022386688 This]] was Fred's response.
* AwesomeDearBoy: At the end of Music/ChristinaAguilera's performance at the 2000 [=VMAs=], Durst entered onstage and performed part of his band's song "Livin' It Up" with Aguilera. After eliciting charged reactions from his fans, Durst stated: "I already told you guys before, I did it all for the nookie, man." Aguilera denied Durst's claim and said "He got no nookie."
* BonusMaterial:
** A special edition of ''Significant Other'' has a bonus disc with live performances.
** American limited edition of ''Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water'' has a bonus track, "It's Like That Y'All", featuring Music/RunDMC. The Japanese limited edition has the rare track "Crushed", and two tracks from ''Three Dollar Bill Y'all$''.
** Deluxe edition of "New Old Songs" has three additional remixes of "My Way".
** UK edition of ''Results May Vary'' has the bonus track "Let It Go". Japan edition has this track, and one more track: "Armpit".
** Some versions of ''Greatest Hitz'' ends with "The Truth", from ''The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)''.
** ''Gold Cobra'' had a Deluxe version with three extra songs ("Back Porch, "My Own Cobain", and "Angels"), a different deluxe edition which had an extra song along with the three others depending on where you were. In Europe it was "Los Angeles", in the US, it was "Middle Finger", and in Japan, it was "Combat Jazz"
* ChartDisplacement: The band's second highest song in Hot 100, behind "Rollin'" (#65), is... "N 2 Gether Now" (#70). And their only #1 in the Alternative Rock charts is... "Re-Arranged" (the much better known "Nookie" and "My Way" hit only #3 - but in turn, both outcharted "Re-Arranged" in the Mainstream Rock charts - while "Rollin'" was #4 and "Take A Look Around", #8).
* CoveredUp: With regards to Music/TheWho's "Behind Blue Eyes", and Music/GeorgeMichael's "Faith", to the extent of making people to believe that those are original songs made by them.
* CreatorBacklash:
** ''Greatest Hitz''. Borland in particular called this release a piece of crap and a waste of money.
** He also disparaged ''Results May Vary'' as "Fred's solo album" after leaving the band a second time.
** Wes Borland has stated in interviews that he hates both "Nookie" and "Rollin'", two of the band's {{Signature Song}}s.
* DevelopmentHell: ''The Unquestionable Truth Vol. 2'' and ''Stampede of the Disco Elephants''
* DirectedByCastMember: Fred Durst directed most of the band's videos.
* GenreKiller: They were probably more responsible than anyone else for killing nu metal. At their absolute biggest, they were ''the'' face of nu metal. Even Korn was overshadowed by them, Slipknot, Mudvayne, Disturbed, and Linkin Park were all in their infancy, and Deftones had already ditched the genre. If you look at cultural depictions of nu metal from 1999-2002, Limp Bizkit was the template, and they were probably one of the biggest bands on the planet at that time. When they fell, they fell ''hard'', but it wasn't even ''Results May Vary'' that destroyed them (though it didn't help), it's that people were sick of them. The Chicago date of the 2003 [[Music/{{Metallica}} Summer Sanitarium Tour]] provided a pretty accurate look at what mainstream audiences thought of them by the end, and within nu metal, there was the perception that they had made the genre turn into everything that it shouldn't have been: a moronic, creatively bankrupt cash cow that had gone from being music made by and for the kids who got slammed into lockers and called faggots in high school to music being made by and for the kids doing the shoving, and it led to a very real effort within the genre well before they ever actually fell to make it crash and burn. When they finally did implode, they had become so thoroughly intertwined with nu metal as a consistently viable mainstream genre that they took everything down with them, and the bands that did survive either did so through sheer dumb luck or by having attracted different audiences that didn't give a shit about nu metal as a whole.
* OneOfUs: Fred is, among other things, a fan of VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends, VideoGame/StarcraftII, Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion, Series/TheWalkingDead, Series/{{Homeland}} and an avid Twitch fan (mentioning LetsPlay/{{Northernlion}} as a favorite). He's also planning on streaming work on the next Limp Bizkit album through Twitch.
** He was also a fan of Creator/{{Sega}}, which even partnered with Limp Bizkit to promote the UsefulNotes/{{Dreamcast}}'s online service, [=SegaNet=]. With the band's new album ''Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water'' set for release in October 2000, Limp Bizkit went on a tour. Sega sponsored it and brought Dreamcast to the tour stops for people to play. Durst even signed his own name onto six of the Dreamcast consoles. You can read more about the partnership on [[http://www.gamespot.com/articles/you-can-own-a-fred-durst-signed-dreamcast-launch-m/1100-6448072/ these]] [[http://segabits.com/blog/2013/12/16/monday-memories-fred-durst-pimps-the-dreamcast/ links]].
* TheRedStapler: Let's just say that red baseball caps like the on Fred Durst wore became ''very'' popular in the late-'90s.
* ThrowItIn: ''Three Dollar Bill, Yall$'' contains a few of these, due to Ross Robinson's raw production style, including the ending of the album, a 16-minute jam.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** For ''Significant Other'':
*** The demo for "Don't Go Off Wandering" has guest vocals from [[Music/SystemOfADown Serj Tankian]]. This was dropped when Durst went into a feud with the band Taproot, who shared the same management team with System of a Down. This caused Durst to drop the song, and the band to be left from the 1999 edition of the Family Values Tour.
*** "9 Teen 90 Nine" was going to be a cover of "[[Music/{{Prince}} 1999]]". Prince himself refused to allow the band to record the song for their album.
*** A collaboration with Music/{{Eminem}}, "Turn Me Loose", was also recorded for this album, but it was left off the final tracklist.
** The band was working on a cover of the Music/FrankieGoesToHollywood song "Relax" for the movie ''Film/{{Zoolander}}''. After Wes Borland left the band, the song was instead covered by Music/{{Powerman 5000}} and [[Music/HouseOfPain Danny Boy]].
** ''Results May Vary'' began its life as a ConceptAlbum called ''The Search for Teddy Swoes'', and was originally going to feature artwork and design by Creator/TimBurton.
*** Then when Mike Smith joined the band, it was going to be a much heavier album, called ''Bipolar''. At one point, the title was changed again, to what Allmusic described as the [[SarcasmMode "charmingly titled"]] ''Panty Sniffer'' (there's a line about this in "Eat You Alive"). However, Mike had a falling out with the band and left, so they scrapped the songs they recorded with Mike and assembled ''Results May Vary'' from various sessions which produced different styles of songs, making for an inconsistent album. Shades of this unfinished album can be heard in some of the tracks that ''did'' end up on the album, like "Eat You Alive" and "Pass The Mic", as well as the two B-sides from the "Eat You Alive" single, "Shot" and "Just Drop Dead".