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16 definitions by DG

 
1.
interj. 1. an exclamation of greeting. 2. an exclamtion used to show excitement or enthusiasm. verb. 1. to call. 2. to summon
interj. Holl-a! (greeting)
interj. Look at those ladies...Holl-a!
verb. I'll holla atch'ya in a hot minute.
by DG December 23, 2003
 
2.
The act of looking for vinyl records (wax) in a non-corporate, non-chain-retail establishment. It may mean mom & pop independent record shops, but could also refer to thrift stores, flea markets, estate sales, record shows, or any other sort of second-hand place for vinyl. If the shop's sign consists of someone's name, followed by the word "Records" ("Jim's Records", "Craig's Records", "Bob's Books & Vinyl"), chances are you'll be digging there.

"Digging" is short for "digging the crates", as most of these shops consist of an unorganized room filled with tens of thousands of records shoved in cardboard boxes and milk-crates of all sorts. "Digging" means to comb, or "dig", through these boxes, in search of great vinyl that has slipped under the radar. Most, if not all of these records, are second hand, and sold at prices well-under that of retail music. Haggling is expected.

The digging process takes hours at a time, then a few hours more on top of that, and anything less indicates that a person is "shopping", and not "digging". Astute diggers will be standing outside a shop as it opens, or showing up at a record show at 6 am, just as vendors are unloading their vans, to try and get the choice picks while one-upping the other diggers. A primary difference between "shopping" for records and "digging" for records is with the latter, you don't know what you're looking for upon entering. You dig, finding interesting things as you go, most of which you may never have heard of, and may spend an equal number of hours listening to/screening it all, before deciding what is worth purchase.
"Hey, I need some new records for tonight’s gig. Wanna hit up Virgin Megastore?"

"Nah, let's go digging instead. I hear Bob's shop got a new collection for sale, in from a friend's roommate's cousin's sister's brother-in-law, who was a DJ and died last week. We've got to dig through it before the other guys get to it first."

"Is John going to be there?"

"Naw, he's kind of lame. He only plays new tracks, bought retail. He doesn't dig."
by DG March 01, 2005
 
3.
noun. A figurative place where someone is said to be or will be, if they are getting or expect to be getting hurt or beaten.
With that team, you are entering a rather large hurt locker.

You are all headed for the hurt locker.

Just sit back and relax, you're in my hurt locker now.
by DG April 24, 2003
 
4.
The phonetic representation of lick her license. Generally refering to a homosexual female who enjoys the act of cunniligous, or rug munching.
Annie undoubtedly has a liquor license because she turned me down for a date.
by DG May 15, 2003
 
5.
The ultimate life form; the one which all other beings try to become. Characteristics include superior intelligence, wit and charm.
Guy: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Sheikah!
by DG February 18, 2005
 
6.
Similar to "Cleavage", but seen from the shirt sleeve
I saw sleevage when she raised her arm.
by dg March 12, 2003
 
7.
getting tough
i asked toney for that cash and he tried to get brolic with me.
by dg June 23, 2002