To be backed down, or to be essintially punked.
Derived from, doing business with Kim Fowley. Hollywood Pop Culture character perhaps best known for creating and supposesly controling all actions of the teen rock hit band The Runaways.
Fowley produced one more album titled "Waitin' for the Night." This was their first studio album that did not hit the charts. Kim Fowely got tired of playing G-d with his jailbait band and so left them, high and dry. "We fowled out for sure!" stated Lita Ford of doing business with Kim Fowley.
Source: A Runaways Story
A form of lyrical scatting, rapping or singing, that is often abstract and devoid of actual subject, but sometimes has a unifying theme. Cheese, money, or sex could be an example of words exploited by the crimpers.
Crimping often thought to have been invented by "The Mighty Boosh" actually shows up much earlier in pop culture, in movies and television. One example is the 1988 memorable block buster "Big" feature Tom Hanks. The young Hanks Character and his freand, do a blatent display of crimping, much earlier than "The Boosh"
Josh and Billy Crimping: The space goes down, down baby, down, down the roller coaster. Sweet, sweet baby, sweet, sweet, don't let me go. Shimmy, shimmy, cocoa pop. Shimmy, shimmy, rock. Shimmy, shimmy, cocoa pop. Shimmy, shimmy, rock. I met a girlfriend - a triscuit. She said, a triscuit - a biscuit. Ice cream, soda pop, vanilla on the top. Ooh, Shelly's out, walking down the street, ten times a week. I read it. I said it. I stole my momma's credit. I'm cool. I'm hot. Sock me in the stomach three more times.