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2 definitions by KJ Kearney

 
1.
ORIGIN: not exactly known

DEFINED: A stictly local slang term used in the Greater Charleston (SC) and Tri-County area (Charleston, Berkely, and Dorchester) in reference to NIKE AIR FORCE ONE's. Not even other South Carolinians use the term "Willie Dees" to discribe their Nike Air Force Ones. I repeat, this is a EXTREMELY LOCAL USE OF TERMINOLOGY!

Most other South Carolinians and non-South Carolinians alike find out and learn about this term while overhearing a conversation about Air Force One's by two or more Tri-County residence or by hanging with a Charlestonian--allowing them to slowly digest this and other slang used in this city. This assimilation, or at bear minimum, understanding of the Charleston Slang and Unique dialect usually takes place on a college campus. Especially historically black colleges and universities in South Carolina.
Used just as one would to describe Air Force Ones with any other slang terms associated with these popular sneakers(A1s, 1s, AF1s, Forces)!

Ex: Eh, boi...you kno' dem new Willie Dee's droppin' next week, ennit?

Translation: Hey boy, you are aware that those new Nike Air Force Ones are coming out next week, right?

"You call 'em Air Force Ones/ We call 'em Willie Dee's"
--Carolina Pathfinders

ALSO KNOWN IN CHARLESTON AREA AS: Wills, Willies (alternate spelling: Willys) or/and Dee's (alternate spelling: Dees)!
by KJ Kearney August 10, 2006
 
2.
NOUN

ORIGIN: CAROLINA COASTLINE

DEFINITION: A large group of boats, of various sizes, tied together in a row.

BEST WHEN ANCHORED! Using mulitiple achonors is highly suggested! Allows for easy travel from boat to boat...and PASSING BEERS!

Most commonly seen at large social gatherings on the water, such as: REGATTAs, Forth of JULY, etc.

UNWRITTEN RULE!: One does NOT need to know the owner of the boat of which they are traveling over to reach their desired destination!
Lauren: We are almost in the creek!
KJ: Can I tie INTO your floatilla?
Lauren: Sure! HURRY UP! Gotta beer over here waiting on YA!
KJ: SWEEEEEEEEEET!
by KJ Kearney August 10, 2006