Noun: a methodology of fixing or manufacturing something through unconventional means using only the (usually improper) tools and resources at hand. Also known as Ghetto rigging, nig rigging, jurry rigging, and ghettorisation. This particular variation was most likely inspired by the telivision program "Sanford and Son"
To get my car to start I had to use some duct tape and apply some afro engineering.
"Hey I made this hooka out of an old coffee can and some crap I found lying around in my house"
"Thats some real afro engineering you got going right there"
A misinterpretation of the phrase "beck and call" such as "at ones beck and call" meaning to be at willful readiness to fulfill another's orders or commands. It is usually used by people who are attempting to sound more well read than are are in actuality.
"Professor Stackhouse has us at his beckon call."
"No he doesn't you jackass, he has you at his beck and call. Stop pretending to be smart"
adj: Awesome, excellent, or otherwise worthy of satisfaction or praise. Generally used in response to a pleasing situation or proposition, or to describe something that "kicks ass." Is sometimes used as a synonym for indeed. It is predominantly used in the Northeastern sector of the United States.
"Hey, Mike's having a massive party tonight."
"That was a wordly performance you just pulled off."