Jawns can mean anything as long as it is used in context. A verb, noun, pronoun, adverb, preposition, or even an exclamation. Jawns emphasizes the significance of the lack of anything else to say. Jawns originates from the word 'jawn' used in Philly.
As a noun:
George: Lemme get that jawns
As a verb (and a noun)
History teacher: Hello kids
Kid: If we jawns that jawns can we jawn it?
As an adverb:
Ferdinand: It was done in an extremely jawn fashion.
As an exclamation:
Kid: OMG I JUST FOUND A DOLLAR
Kid: OHHHHH NICE JAWNS!!!!!!
Triples is an exclamation designed to emphasize a feeling of pure joy. Originates from "triple coolz." Also comes from the latin word coolioeisieis. Triples can also be used to make fun of unorthodox children of brown and yellow color.
Bob: Hey, I just found a dollar:
George: Oh, TRIPLES!