2 definitions by Jbeezy01
|1.||ride your cerrage|
To "ride one's cerrage (see cerrage)" is to display and exude high self-esteem and confidence through one's body language, words, and/or actions. This phrase often goes hand-in-hand with the expression "in the eria." Upon acknowledging the presence of someone important by saying that they are "in the eria," the speaker than adds "ridin' his/her cerrage" in order to signify the presence of the subject's self-confidence. This phrase is often used when referring to an accomplishment or someone's overall excellence. Used in the same context as being "in the zone."
"Dude, Max just demolished that guy in Halo! Max in the eria, ridin' his cerrage!"
Trav: Joe's spittin' game at that chick over there, and she's going for it. Sucha beast!
Drew: He's definitely ridin' his cerrage.
"Katie's into jerks, big macho guys who are full of themselves. You've really got to ride your cerrage if you wanna impress her."
by Jbeezy01 Jan 27, 2008 add a video
"Eria" (noun, ur-ree-uh) is a variation of the word "area" as a result of Southern accentation. It is usually used within the phrase "in the eria," although it can be used abstractly. To be "in the eria" is an east coast term recognizing the presence of someone/something important, thereby directing attention toward them. Used in the same context as "in the house," or "up in here." This expression is often followed by "ridin' his/her cerrage (see ride your cerrage)" when referring to a person.
Rapper J-Boy uses the expression in several of his songs. "I'm a prophet to the people of Potomac suburbia, so put ya hands up, J-Boy's in the eria."
"J-Boy's in the eria!"
David: Oh damn, Tyrone just popped a three!
Sam: He's in the eria today.
"Everyone, let's give Rob a round of applause for today's game. Rob in the eria, ridin' his cerrage!"
by Jbeezy01 Jan 25, 2008 add a video