An adjective meaning awesome or amazing, reserved for only the best nouns.
other forms: Shadankly, Shadankalicious, an Shadankness
*may also be used instead of the word bomb
"Dude we made 16 layer nachos last night."
"I bet that was delicious."
"Nope it was shadank!"
"Dude you know what sounds bomb? A California Burrito"
"Dude you know what sounds Shadank? A California Burrito"
Pronounced Double "R" Double "D" is an acronym meaning Road Rage Deterrent Device; any weapon of slight destruction that is kept close at hand in a car, truck, or other vehicle that may be used in case some idiot decides to get feisty with you. Should the need arise you simply take hold of your RRDD and it will discourage the disgruntled human being from becoming violent with you.
WARNING:(in some extreme cases the presence of a RRDD will escalate the situation in which case you must take a firm grip of your RRDD and beat the hell out of the disgruntled person)
Also works great for smashing your "ex's" windshield in.
Hammer, large wrench, 2.5 foot metal pipe, or virtually any other object that is not commonly known as a weapon so that if pulled over by a police officer he can be convinced it was in your car for reasons other than beating the hell out of someone. Having an RRDD is the epitome of being prepared.
(not a baseball bat; it is a serious crime to have a bat in your car at any time unless it is kept with the rest of your baseball / softball gear in the trunk)
Driving recklessly, extremely fast and with no regards for any traffic laws what so ever. More points are awarded for more dangerous and technical maneuvers: passing on the shoulder, speed in excess of 120mph, and cutting across 3 or more lanes of traffic to make a gap.
Other forms: audio slavin, audio slaved, audio slavage
In reference to the Audio Slave music video "Show me how to live"
"Dude it only took me 15 minutes to get here."
"Weren't you like 30 minutes away?"
"Ya well I decided to Audio Slave it!"
"Dude I was audio slaving on my way here and passed like 4 cars on the shoulder doing 140mph!"
In an effort to facilitate a more focused driving experience, it is not necessary to use your blinkers / turn signals at speeds above 100mph.
"Did he use his blinkers when he passed you?"
"Well then he must have been obeying the blinker rule"
A technique used in freeway driving at speeds upwards of 100mph. Judging and successfully jumping in and out of the gaps in traffic as they open and close, so that one may continue to accelerate or to travel at a very high rate of speed.
"Dude, Dani was in her Mercedes and Brian was in his Accord, but Brian smoked her ass because his gapping skills are better."