Top Definition
Fresh-pay is newly acquired funds (ie. pay cheque, loan, credit), deposited into your bank account no more than two weeks from the last deposit of funds. Once fresh-pay has reached fifteen days old, it becomes old-pay, or stale-pay.

Fresh-pay is often depended upon by people living pay-cheque to pay-cheque, individuals who are irresponsible with money and those who should never be lent money under any circumstance (ie. deadbeats).

Fresh-pay should not be confused with the following: stolen-pay, antique-pay, big-pay and pay-day

Hey man can you pay the caterer your part of the deposit, it has to be paid today?

Well I only have $50 left over from my old pay still in the bank, do you think they need that? Don't you think they would prefer $50 of my fresh-pay I'll be getting on Wednesday?

No man, I don't. They want any pay, as long as its money. So just get it done.
by ohTHATguy13 February 16, 2011

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