pronounced "dee-ing my eff", as one would pronounce the letters "d" and "f". used to shorten the phrase "dicking my f-ck", which
means to screw someone over.
scene is as such: you're trying
to turn left
in the left
-turn only lane, and the guy in front of you is trying
to get over to keep
going straight, but traffic won't allow him in, so you're stuck behind
him with no way of doing anything because the idiot isn't moving at all.
d-in' my f!"
alternately, try "don't d my f, south carolina!" (reffering to license