Shooting up smack
Stop fucking fixin' in my house, you son of a bitch!
Most often used in the phrase "fixin' to" meaning: about to, getting ready to.
Very common in Southern states such as Texas.
I'm fixin' to write my paper.
I'm fixin' to go to the dance.
Found in the most prominent of the southern locales. It is used in place of such worn expressions as 'about to", 'going to', 'preparing for', etc.
I'm fixin' to fix ya'll some sandwitches.
Having the intention to do something. More intent than getting around to, but less than "gonna"
I'm fixin' to turn left!!
about to go do something, or making something
I'm fixin to goto the store. I'm fixin dinner.
Fixins is southern talk for fixings. Often refered to adding everything possible on a food item.
That them there tacos are good with all them fixins ain't that right?
A Southern (USA) word for the supplemental food, dishes, ingredients, and accompaniments to whatever you are eating, cooking, or serving.
A hamburger can have fixins (tomatoes, pickles, ketchup), barbecued meat can have fixins (baked beans, cole slaw, potato salad), and even fixins can have fixins (baked beans made with added bacon, toppings for a baked potato).
For Thanksgiving dinner we had turkey with all the fixins--cranberry sauce, green beans, wild rice, sweet potatoes.
I'll have the fajita burrito with all the fixins like grilled onions, green peppers, sour cream, cheese.
What fixins would you like with your burger, hon?
I like all the fixins with my Chinese food--wonton soup, egg roll, lots of rice with the dish, and a fortune cookie at the end.
Slang for weed when the blunt is cracked and you're lookin for the weed to fill it with. A reference to the southern term for toppings on food.
after cracking a Dutch and removing all unnecessary excess paper:
"Yo where the fixins?"
"Yo, I need some fixins for this."
"Yo, can i get some fixins or what?