When someone tries to put an optimistic spin on an unfotmunate situation, but has a sarcastic intent, and ends up subtly coming off as an asshole.
"It's cool that you have no car like everyone else," said Lucas, "now you can have fun riding your bike everywhere." In a show of asshole optimism.
Lecture given to underling drug dealer when said employee cannot come up with the consignment money owed to their boss that particular week. Such conditions of underling cash flow shortage can delay the Boss's re-up process and really screw up business, especially when occurring on a Friday.
Speech often begins with: "This ain't a good Friday for you not to be havin my money."
It was time for me to re-up and nigga couldn't pay me for what I fronted him, so I had to give him the Good Friday speech.
To recognize via the revelations of smacktification.
I had to smacktify the situation in order to make those bitches smackognize.
When the word 'neighbor' is used as a reservation for the second hit of a joint, another person in the circle can optionally call 'neighbor after neighbor', which garuntees him or her the third hit. Some circles even allow 'neighbor after neighbor after neighbor'. This practice can result in very impractical, convoluted rotations which are usually forgotten about halfway through the joint.
Many circles do not honor 'neighbor after neighbor' and it usually has to be argued for. But, if smoking in a large group of people its the best way to get a quicker turn if you forget to call neighbor.
Some smokers opt out of the whole 'neighbor' system and instead adhere fanatically to Bob Marley's advice 'Pass the Dutchie to the Left Hand Side". These people are soulless robots with no imagination.
After Lynn called 'neighbor', Jon called 'neighbor after neighbor', which made him 3rd in rotation, despite the fact that he was way across the room and there were a bunch of people between him and the joint.
Slut that a gentleman bangs between wives.
You know that high class dude ain't gonna keep bangin' that stank ho forever. She's just a midwife.
1. To steal (esp. land or real estate)
2. To make a bold or agressive move towards ones objective, often used in business or driving terms.
1. Yoink! I ganked your doughnut. Kyke Move!
2. Roy is such a crazy driver, he was pulling kyke moves all over the freeway!
I just bought a c lot, lets go to the club and make some ends!