A Phrase used in calling someone's bluff or in casually suggesting that they are flat out lying to you or others. Can be used as a sarcastic command to deter a person from lying, or as a verb, generally in past or future tenses.
Command: "There's no way you survived a car crash like that. Story up, man, story up."
Verb: "I'll have to story up if she asks me where I've been."
To engage in a morally corrupt sexual encounter.
Generally a one night stand, performed after having chatted with, drank with, convinced, or in some way conned a member of the opposite sex in to sexual activity.
Consensual, far from rape, but hardly something you talk about with your partner afterwards.
Friend 1: I saw you and Jenna seemed to be getting along ok...
Friend 2: Yeah, we talked for a while at that party. She was kind of drunk.
Friend 1: Drunk?
Friend 2: Indeed, I had to drive her home...
Friend 1: Did you snoop the bitch?
A term used to indicate an attractive member of the opposite sex (presuming heterosexuality). Originating in Europe as a call by game hunters in siting a fox. With the evolution of the word fox to suggest a sexy woman, tallyho can now be used to refer to the siting of an attractive person.