feb 24
A Chicago slang term meaning dollar bills. Derived from another slang term that refers to money as cheese. (Originates from slices of cheese produced by Kraft Foods)
Yo I just cashed my check so I got a wallet full of kraft singles, drinks are on me
di Markei 28 dicembre 2005
feb 23
Bastardization of "What's going on?"
Wagwan my brotha
di Nama 30 settembre 2003
feb 22
Meal purchased by the company, often pizza, and delivered for employees who bosses require them to attend a meeting or work over their lunch hour.
"I was planning on running some errands over my lunch hour, but the VP is keeping us in a meeting. At least he ordered us hostage lunch."
di Cale Dempster 15 febbraio 2007
feb 21
A term used in New Orleans to refer to the plastic cups given by bars to their patrons so that they might take drinks off of the premises, as in to-go drinks or at closing time.
"It's closing time, guys. Want your beer in a go-cup?"
di eViL pOp TaRt 10 febbraio 2006
feb 20
Its a slang greeting in New Orleans. When you meet someone in the street they will say that. Then you reply with the key phrase what it is. If you respond wrong, the initiator will know you are not local.
person 1: where y'at?
person 2: what it is.
di Dr. Pighbear 24 luglio 2004
feb 19
The darkest tint you can have on a car's windows.
Most cars that have it are ridin dirty. So if you have it, cops will give you tickets to harass you.
You know I ride with that Presidential Tint... but I ride clean, busta.
di Afr0Man77 06 ottobre 2006
feb 18
Happy New Year (Chinese)
Homey, Gong Xi Fa Chai!
di Kirk Thompson 12 gennaio 2004

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