Slang term used originally to describe a sexually attractive woman. Originally coined by rapper Kool Moe Dee in his 1987 track "Go See the Doctor" (Source: Oxford Historical Dictionary of American Slang). In the hip-hop community, the term originally was only applied to females, and still does to this day, but the term was later adopted by white American teens to describe both attractive young males and females.
"Pump it, hottie. Pump it, pump it hottie."
- Redhead Kingpin from Redhead Kingpin and the FBI's 1989 rap song "Pump It Hottie", about ladies doing their thing on the dancefloor.
In South-Central Los Angeles, wearing Los Angeles Lakers clothing and gear is generally considered gang-neutral. While wearing Lakers clothing won't necessarily guarantee your safety, it does make a statement to gang members that you're not looking for trouble.
Wearing Lakers gear in South-Central will buy you a little safety, but it is not guaranteed.
Red (Bloods) + Blue (Crips) = Purple (Lakers color)
A type of mid-life crisis where persons over the age of 18, but usually in their mid-20s to early-30s, start to freak out that they are aging and not getting any younger, so they compensate by wearing Hollister Co. clothing. Bear in mind that Hollister Co., by the company's own definition, sells apparel targeted to the 14 to 18 year old age demographic. So when you see that creepy 27 year old guy walking in the mall wearing a Hollister Co. t-shirt, try not to laugh too hard. He's just having a Hollister Life Crisis.
Mike had just turned 25 years old and started freaking out that he was no longer "young and hip" like the teenyboppers. He felt if he wore some clothing like the kind his 15 year old little brother wore, he could recapture some of his youth. So he went to Hollister Co. and bought some new outfits for himself. He thought he was cool, but most of the high school kids thought he was a creepy old dude trying to act young. He was having a Hollister Life Crisis.
A trendy graphic tee design with a subtly racist message. "Strictly For My Ninjas" is a play on the title of Tupac Shakur's 1993 album "Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.", which contain many tracks emphasizing 2Pac's political and social views. Unfortunately, the mocking nature of the "ninjas" shirt is usually dismissed by the wearers, usually spoiled suburban kids, who are ignorant at best, or closet racists at worse. The subtle racism in the "Strictly For My Ninjas" shirts were even discussed at the University of Iowa's 2007 Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Symposium on Obscenity during a panel aptly titled "The N-Word".
People who wear the "Strictly For My Ninjas" tees think it's okay to make fun of African-American culture.