4 definitions by Snoop Doggy Bryce

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An effort to create a "new" language based off of the English language. Many changes have been made so that it can be different. Words that end in "oor" change to "oh". Words with "ing" change to "in'". Words that are next to each other in the sentence are sometimes combined. Also known as "ghetto" talk.
Ebonics: “Man foo, i think dis busta needs to get his caps out dis club 'afore i drop em in the street.”

English: “I think that this man should evacuate his friends from this drinking establishment before I murder him and lay his dead corpse in a public driving location.”

Ebonics: “Yo son, you best not talk to me like dat dog, im liable to be splittin some wigs up in dis mug if you keep disrespectin like that...so ignant..”

English: “Hello acquaintance. I would appreciate it if you didn't speak to me in that way. If you continue, I might start firing fast moving projectiles into people's skulls in this general vicinity. You are very ignorant.”

Ebonics: “Man, he dropped a dime on dat whip. i thinks he gots that on tha corna lot of big g's auto. i gots to pimp that chrome.”

English: “That fellow spent a lot of cash on his automobile. I believe that he processed the transaction in the main gangsters automobile store. I sure would love to drive that fine automobile.”

Ebonics: “dem ho's keep tryin to buck my rides but they kno that i ain't givin em they nickels if they still kick it off the heezy and bounce. for real tho.”

English: “My female prostitutes continue to hijack my cars, but they know that if they keep doing this, they will not receive their 1/25 gram of their cocaine if they keep leaving their houses. This is true.”
by Snoop Doggy Bryce June 12, 2006
A person who chooses to: 1.list several things they are going to be doing in the time following the setting of the away message to the time that that they return, 2.explain in unnecessary detail of the adventures that they are partaking in, or 3.someone who is leaving for a trip and decides to leave an extensive list of things they will be doing.
"My friend is such an 'away message author', he completely makes an elaborate story about what he's doing!"

Ex.1.- Hey, i'm not here, i'm going to wal-mart, then to the mall, then to the bathroom, then home, then.....
Ex.2.- i'm gone right now. i'm at the mall with friends. i'm going to go see a movie, pay $3.50 for a bag of popcorn, leave half of the bag uneaten, throw it away, enjoy the movie, leave, go drive to.....
Ex.3.- sorry, im not here, i'm in houston watching a baseball game. so i could be:
a. in a car
b. getting gas
c. eating candy
d. drinking soda
e. watching the game
f. driving home
g. .....
by Snoop Doggy Bryce August 09, 2006
An effort to create a "new" language based off of the English language. Many changes have been made so that it can be different. Words that end in "oor" change to "oh". Words with "ing" change to "in'". Words that are next to each other in the sentence are sometimes combined. Also known as "ghetto" talk.
Ebonics: “Man foo, i think dis busta needs to get his caps out dis club 'afore i drop em in the street.”
English: “I think that this man should evacuate his friends from this drinking establishment before I murder him and lay his dead corpse in a public driving location.”

Ebonics: “Yo son, you best not talk to me like dat dog, im liable to be splittin some wigs up in dis mug if you keep disrespectin like that...so ignant..”
English: “Hello acquaintance. I would appreciate it if you didn't speak to me in that way. If you continue, I might start firing fast moving projectiles into people's skulls in this general vicinity. You are very ignorant.”

Ebonics: “Man, he dropped a dime on dat whip. i thinks he gots that on tha corna lot of big g's auto. i gots to pimp that chrome.”
English: “That fellow spent a lot of cash on his automobile. I believe that he processed the transaction in the main gangsters automobile store. I sure would love to drive that fine automobile.”

Ebonics: “dem ho's keep tryin to buck my rides but they kno that i ain't givin em they nickels if they still kick it off the heezy and bounce. for real tho.”
English: “My female prostitutes continue to hijack my cars, but they know that if they keep doing this, they will not receive their 1/25 gram of their cocaine if they keep leaving their houses. This is true.”
by Snoop Doggy Bryce July 07, 2006
Pronounced "trowned", it simply describes the deepness and magnitude of how owned someone has been. It can also represent the constant amount of owning or the owning in the quantity of '3'. It's origins come from the french word 'trois' meaning three and combining it with 'wned' (the suffix of 'owned').
Guy 1: dude, you got owned! i just completely annihalated you!

Guy 2: that may be, but i 3wned you last night when i murked you 3 times!!!
by Snoop Doggy Bryce August 13, 2006

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