For a person to say they are 'Skill' means that they think they are good at something or have just done something great (Skill)
The rules from the Primary School Slang Handbook state:
"One must be skill with two 'L's and not just one. This has to be clearly stated after the word is said. If a person is 'Skill' with only one 'L' it means they have horses bum disease"
Stan - "Did you see that goal? I'm skil"
Ray - "You never said skill with two L's, that means you have horses bum disease"
someone who is prolific in a field of sports or everyday life. One who is very good at what they do.
Yo, Tracy McGrady has tite ballin' skills.
Used in the late 80s/early 90s in the pre @wicked' era, meaning good.
Wow, I didn't fail english, skills; Did you see Rambo? It was skills; That snes game's well skills, That was skills on toast.
something your crazy at
Person 1: Hey, how you do dat?
Person 2: I dont know if you ever heard of it but its called
an ability or talent. It's one of few words that come from Old Norse: skil, and is now often used in exclamation (pl) signifying appreciation
A: did you see that move?
B: yeah man. Skills!
Something very rare but very special
I have no skill
Verb: to Roll
I can skill phillies, dutchies, joints and sushi rolls.