When you make a sports or athletic move to avoid, escape, or get around a defender and the move causes the defender to lose balance, miss the offender, stumble, or stare stupidly as the offensive player progresses.
1. person1: Did you see that cross over Allen Iverson put on Jordan?
person2: Yep, he broke his ankles.
2. "Get the angle, that's the ankles and there's no lookin back" - Refresh
3. Emmit Smith does a juke move to avoid two defensive players. The two defensive players collide into each other while trying to tackle the elusive Emmit. They both got their ankles broken.
4. You don't wanna see me on the ball court kid, I'll break your ankles with a wicked cross over followed by a Texas 2 Step.
5. person1: You see that spin move?
person2: Broken ankles.
1. any one who desperately wants to be hard, but for whatever reason does not fit the bill
2. an idiot
3. someone who claims to be hardcore, a gangster, or a street dweller, but really isn't.
4. a rapper who capitalizes off of the gangster or hardcore image, but no longer lives like that in real life.
Clarence acts like a thug when he's with us, but when the real thugs come around he's all scared to stand up for himself.
Timmy lives in an affluent suburb, drives a Hummer that his parents paid for, and will go to college without any financial worries at all. Why is he bumping 50 cent, talking all hard, and trying to start fights? Simple, because he is a fake thug.
When gambling on an event whether it be a card game, at a casino, at a race track, etc., two or more people may choose to place a seperate bet away from the main pool of betting.
Lets say Joe, Bob, Chris, Tom, and Becky are playing a card game and they are all betting $10 a hand. Tom and Joe may get a little extra competitive and decide to place a side bet between just the two of them. They will bet the originally agreed upon $10 on a game with everyone at the card table involved and they will bet, lets say another $25 just between the two of them.