In street lingo this means a push over or a weak individual. It is equal to calling someone gay, a fruit, a fairy, a queer, a queen, a homo, a baby, a whinner... generally very bad. When heard in rap (hip hop) it is ment to be in insult.
Not to be confused with the non-street version of the same word (which is the good version aka the suburban kid version).
The act of placing someone on your ignore list, or blocking someone from joining in conversation with you online. Originally ment for instant message conversations or certain chat rooms where an "ignore button" is an option. The term has recently been used for offline situations as well.
The act of ignoring someone. Not returning a them.
What one does after a one night stand if the other person is insanely ugly.
"Girl, this guy was a real psycho... so I had to igg 'em".
The new (circa 2002) 20 dollar bills that is siginfied by the pink and blue ink which has been added to the usual green and black. Due to the "flamboyant" color scheme of the newly circulated bills, the term "rainbow" was given to the twenty dollar bills. Not unlike the term "big face twenties".
"Hey cashier, why doesnt this rainbow twenty doesnt work in your Sprint bill pay machine?"
A term originated from an old video game magazine from the mid to late 90's called GameFan. Generally meaning a gammer who is a cheap player. Often used for someone playing Street Figther or various fighting game, who hides in a corner, blocks constantly, or over uses the same technique without remorse. Also see boat people skills.
When a person uses dishonorable means to justify his or hers ends. Could be an insult or a compliment depending on the person giving or taking the comment.
"When playing ____ (various game) Billy was cheating, using the same old thug tactics as usual.
Translation: Billy used crouch/block/punch over and over again.
"Bean Segal is in jail again? He was up to the same ole thug tactics, huh?"
Translation: self explanitory