Function: noun, adjective, verb
Etymology: Eastern US English, stoken,
Date: early 2000+
a : hate to see another in a better position than him or herself
b : do to a severe lack of ability to achieve at the normal level of a standard human a “stoken” will instead complain about those who outperform him or herself
c : to come from a place of zero intelligence, reason and work ethic and hate those who achieve at a higher level
d: additionally a stoken, in a group setting, will rarely have money to contribute, and at point of collection will always have an excuse as to why he or she does not owe said debt
a : Just because I am better at fantasy football, that is no reason to be a stoken.
b : Don’t be a stoken, everyone else put money in.
Awesome-coming from stoked, meaning sweet in terms of skiing or snowboarding
Dude! that jump was stoken
derived from the popular words stoke or stoked.
can be used as a verb or an adjective.
if you or one of your friends is "stoken" on a guy or a girl it means they are hot for them or crushing on them.
when used as an adjective it describes someone who is hot, good, or bangable.
kissten: aybaybay that boy is stoken!
dody: omg i know he is totally stoken and so is his friend!
kissten: dody im totally stoken on this guy!
dody: kissten im totally stoken on his friend, lets double.
kissten: aybaybay you're a stoken friend!
dody: aww kissten you're a stoken friend too!
A token that one needs when they are excited about something.
Did Zak give you a stoken? I was so jazzed when he gave me one!
Collect all the Stokens to win at life!