A way of saying the oh-so-often-used "Boss."

Instead of saying "I'm the Boss," which comes off of The Lonely Island's "Boss" song, you can replace it as "I am worth 100 Yes."

This is based on a Boss coffee drink in Japan, which goes between 100-120 Yens, and Yes originated out of misspelling of Yens, missing the "n."

In addition, 100 Yes strikes rather a deeper chord than "1000 Yes" or "Million Yes" because once it passes the 100 Yes mark, it loses its meaning.
"I'm such a boss man. I go. I go."
"You can be a boss, but I'm worth a 100 Yes."
"...Well I don't feel so boss now..."
by Enlarquell November 02, 2009

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