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12 definitions by SlangExpressions

 
1.
Hold on; be patient.
Hold your horses, dear.
by SlangExpressions December 29, 2010
 
2.
An expression that is said when one accuses another person of that which they are equally guilty of.
Many years ago, people used to cook over an open flame using copper kettles and iron pots. The copper kettles were usually polished after every use whereas the iron pots were not and remained blackened from the soot from previous cookings. Well someone got the idea that if the iron pot were alive and it looked at a nearby copper kettle, it would see a black image. The iron pot believes it sees the image of the copper kettle when in reality, because the copper kettle was polished, what the iron pot was seeing was a reflection of itself. This symbolic phrase became associated with hypocrisy. An accuser blames someone else for having a fault when the accuser has the same fault.

Joe accuses Mark for not keeping his house clean when in reality, Joe has a messy house. Therefore, Joe is guilty of "the pot calling the kettle black".
by SlangExpressions June 24, 2011
 
3.
I see.
I understand.
Person 1: Yo I thought you said you liked Jackie.

Person 2: Nah man I hate that bitch. She's so bi-polar and shit. I said I liked her friend. She's fine as Hell and has a nice ass man.

Person 1: Haha! I got ya man.
by SlangExpressions January 07, 2011
 
4.
Something that is done very quicky and without delay.
I'll fix ya up in a jiffy.
I'll be there in a jiffy.
by SlangExpressions December 28, 2010
 
5.
Getting off scot-free refers to someone getting away without payment, either monetary or otherwise. In fact in modern usage, it often refers to suspects who are not convicted of a crime. If a person feels that the suspect should have been convicted, he might say, “That guy is getting off scot-free.” Often the term is confused with the frugality that is occasionally attributed to the Scottish. Actually, the term scot predates old Gaelic that would have been spoken by the Scots. In fact the word has its origins in Scandinavian language and probably descends to the English language via Anglo-Saxon.
To get off scot-free implies evasion, purposeful or otherwise of the dues one is supposed to pay. It is frequently an annoyance to others if people duck out of paying what everyone else must pay. This is especially the case if the scot of a bar tab is avoided, since everyone else will have to pay extra to make up for the person getting off scot-free.
by SlangExpressions December 17, 2010
 
6.
At the last possible moment.
Just at the critical moment.
Just in time.
The beautiful woman was saved just in the nick of time as some man untied her from the train tracks. She later gave him the best head ever.
by SlangExpressions December 28, 2010
 
7.
1) An alternative and casual way of saying thank you to someone when they notice something you overlooked.

2) It more commonly means someone is physically attractive or has "good looks."
Good looks, man

Look at that good looking woman over there! Damn!
by SlangExpressions June 17, 2011