Originated in southern Florida, this phrase reffers to an eating style known as "Hurricane Style". Often during Hurricane Season, residents would have their power go out, due to heavy winds knocking over telephone poles and such.
While the power is out, participants would eat canned food right out of the can, often cold or lukewarm, as they have no supplies to cook it that do not use power.
Jonathan had no power due to hurricane Charlie, and greatly hungered for Chef Boyardee's ravioli, but could not use the microwave. So, he grabbed a spoon, a can opener, and started to eat it hurricane style.
Susie: "I'm so hungry, let's make chicken noodle soup"
Jamie: "I would, but my power is out, and I don't have a gas stove."
Susie: "That's okay, we can eat it raw, hurricane style."
A common term used by linguistically challenged african americans, attempting to use the word nigga
. Often the female side , usually an attempt to insult one's enemy or sometimes a close friend in a situation which words are barely understandable but have simple meaning. And when in a hurry, if you say nigga
fast enough with a your mouth slighty open, the word nigga
will sound very much like nekra.
Ay yo nekra, back yo ass offa my man.
Yo you be's triflin' over dis' shit right now, nekra.
Shut uhhp, nekra.