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Definition 1:

A slang phrase uttered when you are late and while driving to meet friends or a group of people. Blaming the traffic conditions going into the tunnel or inside the tunnel for your tardiness. The phrase indicates that you are on your way and will be there shortly once the traffic subsides.

In reality, you are no where near the tunnel, probably have not left your home yet and want the people you are meeting to wait because they actually think that you are unintentionally delayed and on your way.

Definition 2:

Receiving a cellular phone call and the caller is requesting a favor from you, expressing a boring story and/or wants to hang out. Uttering this phrase is an internationally acceptable excuse to use when you have no intentions on listening, meeting, or dealing with the caller and want to immediately end the call because of the poor cellular phone reception in tunnels.
Scenario: 8:00 PM, Cang, in sweat pants, relaxing at home chillin, watching the Cowboys Football game, scratching his nut sack and cracking a few cold ones....

Phone rings....ring, ring, ring

Cang: "Yo"

Caller Diz: (Waiting in NYC) "Where you at yo? "You were scheduled to be here an hour ago." "You coming or what???"

Cang: "Yeah, I'm on my way...." "I'm in the tunnel, I will be there in five minutes"

Caller Diz: "Hey, if your not coming, it's cool, just let me know..."

Cang: "yeah, I'm on my way.... What?... I can't hear you, I'm in the tunnel and your breaking up" Then abruptly hangs up the phone.... And returns to watching the game....

Caller Diz: "Hello? You there?..... Hello? Hello????" - hangs up the phone. Loudly exclaimaing.... "I've been "Canged" ....again. "

Originates in Bergen County NJ.... Yo, Yo, Yo, top of the food chain !!!!!
by Mr. Ronald Zoni April 15, 2011
 
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Definition 1:

A slang phrase uttered when you are late and while driving to meet friends or a group of people. Blaming the traffic conditions going into the tunnel or inside the tunnel for your tardiness. The phrase indicates that you are on your way and will be there shortly once the traffic subsides.

In reality, you are no where near the tunnel, probably have not left your home yet and want the people you are meeting to wait because they actually think that you are unintentionally delayed and on your way.

Definition 2:

Receiving a cellular phone call and the caller is requesting a favor from you, expressing a boring story and/or wants to hang out. Uttering this phrase is an internationally acceptable excuse to use when you have no intentions on listening, meeting, or dealing with the caller and want to immediately end the call because of the poor cellular phone reception in tunnels.
Scenario: 8:00 PM, Cang, in sweat pants, relaxing at home chillin, watching the Cowboys Football game, scratching his nut sack and cracking a few cold ones....

Phone rings....ring, ring, ring

Cang: "Yo"

Caller Diz: (Waiting in NYC) "Where you at yo? "You were scheduled to be here an hour ago." "You coming or what???"

Cang: "Yeah, I'm on my way...." "I'm in the tunnel, I will be there in five minutes"

Caller Diz: "Hey, if your not coming, it's cool, just let me know..."

Cang: "yeah, I'm on my way.... What?... I can't hear you, I'm in the tunnel and your breaking up" Then abruptly hangs up the phone.... And returns to watching the game....

Caller Diz: "Hello? You there?..... Hello? Hello????" - hangs up the phone. Loudly exclaimaing.... "I've been "Canged" ....again. "
by Bulkhead's April 30, 2011