Inflected forms: Jocking, Jockin
1. (a) The act of obsessing over another with intense affection. (b) Attempting to woo with the hopes of romance. 2. (a) To copy the likeness of and/or follow intently. (b) To be sought after. 3. Talking about another with no care to anyone that hears it and with no intention of stopping.
To be someones jock (jockstrap).
"Curtis enjoyed watching Audrey play tennis at the park and payed no attention to the haters who knew; despite the thought he may be jockin."
"I saw him at the party, that girl was jockin you."
"Why do you always got to be jockin' my dance moves?"
Pronounced (Cer-uoss Walk RA*bees)
1. infectious, sometimes fatal disease found in either annoying, eurotrashed, drunk, tripped out, touristy, old, oblivious, obviously discrutaled pedestrians that attacks by blocking the Parietal lobe (somatosensory cortex and dorsal stream) to any part of the body, characterized by loss of judgement around heavy, fast moving traffic. Also dizziness, slurred speech, battered zombie-like appearance, and a Russian accent.
(a) Latin rabi*s, street rage, from jwalkiuos rabere, to rave in the streets. (b) Idiot
Cross walk rab-ies, Cross walk rabbiest, THEE Crossa walk rabbies
"We've got thee Crossa-walk r-aa-bies!"
"People here have serious Cross Walk Rabies, wtfzors."