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4 definitions by Eric Christopher

 
1.
Buy money is self explanatory. This is the money used to purchase something. The only time that I've ever heard buy money was in Scarface. Buy money described the money being used to purchase the cocaine, in heavy quantity. Buy money is usually used to describe the money used in purchasing narcotics.
"... And if you don't come up with the buy money? Ooh, pobre-sito..."

-Someone above Scarface in his first deal, Scarface
by Eric Christopher December 12, 2006
 
2.
1. To get rid of something, or sell something.

Used in slang to describe the sales of narcotics.

2. To pass a basketball directly to the side.
"I dish, don't sniff nose candy"
-Cam'ron, "Yayo"
by Eric Christopher December 12, 2006
 
3.
oS
oS stands for Old School. 'Tis an abbreviation for oS.

The lowercase-then-uppercase type is a way of making it look cooler. "oS" originated from Nitto 1320 Challenge, where we painted oS on our cars while on the team OldSchoolRacing, and even use oS on our cars to show that we've been playing for a long time and say it in chats across the web to this day. A note, oS should not be said in real life, you just say "Old School".
Ice Cube is Old School.
Ice Cube is oS.

The oS's are what makes OldSchoolRacing the best.
by Eric Christopher December 11, 2006
 
4.
nS
nS stands for New School. 'Tis an abbreviation for New School.

The lowercase-then-uppercase type is a way of making it look cooler. "nS" originated from Nitto 1320 Challenge, where taking after the team OldSchoolRacing, NewSchoolRacing was created, for the reason in that most racers on the game were not the ones that played around the time of OSR or OldSchoolRacing, therefore NewSchool. nS is painted on the cars, and looks very attractive.
50 Cent is nS.
50 Cent is New School.

I just got on to NewSchoolRacing, and threw the nS up on my Viper.
by Eric Christopher December 11, 2006