No real definition of the phrase
can be established, as it clearly
doesn't make sense to begin with. Often used as a last resort response to an unrelated
statement or question.
The use of the phrase generally
results in utter confusion for the other person, and can be used to get out of sticky(hair) situations.
Usually pronounced with a sort of yo-yo voice tone, accompanied by a Canadian-Persian-Twat
include man, brosky, brosef, buddy, broooo and mate.
Note: On special occasions, different variations of suffixes
can be used, eg. budiola, brosefsky, bro-a-saurus etc.
Person 1: So you wanna like go to town orrrr?
Person 2: Yeah
man, good for skin
1: Mate, you shouldn't smoke.
2: Good for skin
Person 1: Man this VB taste
Person 2: No.....bro, good for skin
Person 1: I hate the music at this club.
Person 2: Good for skin
1: Dude are you drunk already?
2: Li bi tipsy, good for skin
Note: In most examples, a plausible and common response by Person 1 could be "WHAT EVEN IS THAT!?", followed by unwarranted hysterical laughter from Person 2.