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Crunk (kru^ngk)
a euphemism for getting really crazy and fucked up on marijuana and alcohol (stoned and drunk. Chronic plus Drunk = Crunk). Or maybe crack and drunk. Or coke and drunk. Or maybe just being crazy and drunk. Whatever it is, it means getting really crazy and fucked up.

o-clock (uh-klok)
an adverb meaning of, by, or according to the clock.

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Crunk o'clock (kru^ngk uh-klok)
Originating from the city of Portland, OR, the phrase is an exclamation of a heightened state of mental impairedness usually brought on by any combination of the aforementioned substances.

In addition to saying the phrase, the accompanying hand motion is equally as important

As defined by the phrase creator:

A celebratory gesture made by one (or in some cases many) person(s), by raising one hand to make a 90 degree angle of the arm — usually meant to indicate to spectators mutual acknowledgment of what time it is, and placing the other hand firmly on the axis of the 90 degree angle. With the hand that is extended into the air, a staccato downward motion towards the opposite elbow is made, making the performer appear to be "crunk," or to be miming a malfunctioning clock. (Porte 2006)
1. "Hey bitches, it's crunk o' clock!"

2. "Son, what time did you stay out last night?"
"I don’t know, Dad, most likely a little bit after crunk o'clock."
"Good job, Son"
by Crunker November 17, 2006

Words related to Crunk o'clock

crunk drunk alcohol alocohol clock crazy o'clock stoned
 
1.
Crunk (kru^ngk)
a euphemism for getting really crazy and fucked up on marijuana and alcohol (stoned and drunk. Chronic plus Drunk = Crunk). Or maybe crack and drunk. Or coke and drunk. Or maybe just being crazy and drunk. Whatever it is, it means getting really crazy and fucked up.

o-clock (uh-klok)
an adverb meaning of, by, or according to the clock.

=

Crunk o'clock (kru^ngk uh-klok)
Originating from the city of Portland, OR, the phrase is an exclamation of a heightened state of mental impairedness usually brought on by any combination of the aforementioned substances.

In addition to saying the phrase, the accompanying hand motion is equally as important

As defined by the phrase creator:

A celebratory gesture made by one (or in some cases many) person(s), by raising one hand to make a 90 degree angle of the arm — usually meant to indicate to spectators mutual acknowledgment of what time it is, and placing the other hand firmly on the axis of the 90 degree angle. With the hand that is extended into the air, a staccato downward motion towards the opposite elbow is made, making the performer appear to be "crunk," or to be miming a malfunctioning clock. (Porte 2006)
1. "Hey bitches, it's crunk o'clock!"

2. "Son, what time did you stay out last night?"
"I don’t know, Dad, most likely a little bit after crunk o'clock."
"Good job, Son"
by Crunker November 22, 2006