The placement of two police automobiles in opposite directions such that the front driver's side windows of each automobie is adjacent to the other, thus facilitating conversation between the drivers.
, slang for police + 69
the sexual position allowing mutual oral sex, in which two bodies lay in opposite directions.
Passenger: "Slow down, man, there are cops up ahead."
Driver: "Relax, they're not setting up a speed trap. They're just talking. See? They're in a 5069."
Basketball. Literally, "the sport of blacks." See African Roundball
. Often shortened to "el sporto"
-Do you want to play a little two-on-two?
-Nah, it's too hot to play el sporto de los negroes.
"Know what I'm saying?" in Ebonics.
Response to the inquiry "WWJD
"WWJD?" asks "what would Jesus do?" "JWRTFM" replies "Jesus would RTFM
(read the fucking manual)."
(adj.) Something that is tight
Coined by John "Cakes" Auville of the WHFS Sports Junkies
. Cakes wanted a home that would not be damaged by termites. Specifically, he expressed a wish for a "money metal house." Originally, "money" (meaning awesome, tight, etc.) modified "metal house," (i.e., a house not made of wood), but now "money metal" is an adjective of its own, and does not require the object it is describing to be made of metal.
"It's a money metal show."
"I'm wearing my money metal Dr. Jthrowback
"That ref made a money metal call."
(1) A period of strict rule, marked by dicipline and punishment following a period of lax rule, marked by lax enforcement of laws and standards. The opposite of Dinkins Time
(2) The point at which an individual is not going to take any more crap.
Rudolph Guiliani, mayor of the City of New York from 1994 to 2001, engineered a decline in crime, which had spiked sharply during the tenure of David Dinkins. His success was largely the product of strict enforcement of minor laws, following the broken window
theory of law enforcement. Police were empowered to take control of neighborhoods, and not let minor crimes go unpunished, lest tolerance of small crimes lead to the enabling and tolerance of larger crimes.
The downside to this decline in crime was a police force that was often criticized for being overly aggressive and occasionally brutal. One victim of police brutality during Guliani's rule was Abner Louima
, a Haitian immigrant arrested outside a nightclub. While handcuffed, Louima was sodomize
d with a wooden stick in a bathroom at the 70th precinct in Brooklyn.
Several officers were convicted of various offenses related to the violation of Louima's cornhole, and are currently serving terms of up to thirty years. However, the officers were nearly acquitted when L...
An example of the disdain and contempt Snoop Dogg has for people who listen to his music. He doesn't even bother to write lyrics anymore. When he gets stuck, he throws out a "s-n-double-o-p d-o-double-g," then caps it off with a handful of "-izzles". And his brain-dead fans drink it up like the pathetic wigger
s they are.
Admit it: no one has any idea what this means, not even Snoop. He just started cranking out "-izzle" words to fill space.
Snoop: I got a living room full of fine dime brizzles.
Rest of the world: What the hell does that mean?
Snoop: No idea. Dizzle shizzle izzle, s to the n to the double O P, D to the o the the dizzouble G. Jizzle rizzle vizzle wizzle zizzle. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to buy another Bentley.