An expression of supreme indifference in the face of adversity. Connotes an attitude of nonchalance, indifference regardless of the circumstances.
Homeland Security has me under constant surveilance, but it's just a balloon to a blimp, my friend.
1. Straight gibberish laid down by a jive talkin turkey.
2. The word of a scoundrel under oath.
3. Any form of spoken innanity uttered while under the influence of hallucinogens.
1. I don't know who he thought he was foolin with all that cosmic debris.
2. The witness for the prosecution was a veritable geiser of cosmic debris.
3. That chap must have been fryin balls with all the cosmic debris he was spewin.
A contraction of the prefix, faux, and homie, the fauxmie is a kind of poseur. He may be a suburbanite claiming to be from the streets, a law-abiding b-boy repping a phantom hood, or simply a part-time pimp. The fauxmie takes many forms, all of them lame.
Fauxmie's run rampant any place where relative wealth and hip hop culture intermingle with strip malls and general white-bred mediocrity.
I first encountered this term in the Onion AV Club's "Least Essential Albums of 06" feature.
Orange County is the fauxmie nexus of the universe.
A contraction of faux and homie, a fauxmie is just another type of poseur. A fauxmie could take the form of a suburbanite claiming to be from the streets, a law-abiding b-boy reppin a phantom hood, or simply, a part-time pimp.
Fauxmie's are rampant in Orange County, and any place where relative wealth and hip hop culture intermingle with strip malls and white bread mediocrity.
I first encountered this word in the Onion's "Least Essential Albums of 2006" article, while sight-seeing in the ghetto!
Most people would agree, Kevin Federline is a total fauxmie.
One whose pick up artistry is generally considered to be superb.
Did you see flosswood operate last night at the club? Man, that kid's got skills...every tassle in the house was trying to juice 'em.
Slang for hippy.
This is a backhanded reference to one of the immortal icons of hippydom, Jerry Garcia.
I knew we had a jerry in our midst when he mentioned it was reggae night at the tap.