cripple or kripple
1. great in quantity, measure, or degree.
a. a simplification of the grammatical constituent (informal phrase) "grip
of" and indirectly represents synonyms of this phrase (grip,much,many,a lot of,ton,a lot).
b. an indefinite article (ie 'a') preceding the phrase may be optionally truncated.
c. a homonym of the word meaning a person who is disabled or impaired.
Yo! I got cripple cash today, lets go spend it.
(Yo! I got a grip of cash today, lets go spend it.)
That's cripple cake.
(That's a lot of cake.)
There's cripple people in that car.
(There are a grip of people in that car.)
Theres no need to buy more non-fat milk, I have (a) cripple at home.
(Theres no need to buy more non-fat milk, I have a grip at home.)