Just generally trippin', tweakin', weird, actin' a fool, blackin' out, goin' off. Not necessarily due to drugs, though that's the obvious reference.
Homie was on one, just buggin' like I shot his mom or something.
A saying taken from a Jay-Z lyric, used basically to call bullsh*t on someone's claims and representations, let 'em know you're not buying it.
Man, f*ck all that, there's no way you're boning Amanda...you? Really? We don't believe you, you need more people!
Yeah, you really meant to do that...whatever, n*gga, we don't believe you, you need more people.
Smoker on the ave was tryna sell me a Louis Vuitton bag he swore was real...I was like I don't believe you, n*gga, you need more people...
What one says to another to shut them up from lying, double talk
, dancing around an issue, bullsh*tting them, etc. It lets one know you're not going along with or buying what they're saying and/or that you want them to tell the truth, get to the point, shoot straight in the conversation or confrontation.
"Where's my money, Marv?"
"Yo, hey, I've been meaning to call you, something came up, and I, uh..."
"Cut the crap, douchebag
, where's my money?!?"
"Whatever, Crystal, cut the crap, you spent the child support on a f*ckin' dress for the club! The judge will love to hear that!"
Said when letting an individual do him/her, when you either aren't in the mood to criticize them, or feel it's not your place to, whether or not you agree with their behavior. Because hey, what they eat doesn't make you sh*t, why give yourself gray hairs tryna
If you like it, I love it...they're your kids, not mine.
Me: Wow, your girl wears a mad lot of makeup!
He: Hey, as long as the p*ssy and money don't stop, I say to her "if you like it, I love it."
Whatever floats your boat, if you like it, I love it.
adj. extremely hood
in personality and mannerisms, like a person from the eastern half of South Los Angeles, hence "easty"
Them n*ggas are EASTY! Still wearin' corduroy house shoes and pom-pom socks!
In a relationship, esp. in the manner that the two involved seem joined at the hip and don't do anything that doesn't involve each other. This can potentially irritate friends.
I don't check for a lot of the homies anymore. They're all booed up, so it's a waste of time inviting them out.
My boy gets booed up and starts actin' brand new. Everything's "my girl" this, "my girl" that. Disgusting.
One of those texty abbreviations for "best friend forever," which became one of those corny, douchey
, CW-ish, The Hillsy things said by white females and the reporters on 7:30 entertainment shows. It's right up there with OMG
on the gayness
Extra: Lindsay Lohan and her BFFs Britney and Paris were seen bar hopping along Sunset.
Me: Can't remember the last time I gave a sh*t!
<cue valley girl
accent> My BFFs and I are going out for coff-ayyyy, wanna come? It'll be a blasty-blast!