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2.
To put out or short a blunt.
"Do you want to hit this?" "Na' two-points."
by ounzer September 26, 2006
 
1.
Two points is an expression meaning “nice shot”. It originally rose from basketball, but has come to be used in many situations where someone demonstrates skill at hitting a target. Also used in a sarcastic sense when someone does something profoundly clumsy.
Example One
Guy 1: Ouch (After ramming his bike into a hydrant, and flying over the handlebars).
Guy 2: Two points.

Example Two (shamelessly stolen from DM of the Rings)
Legolas: I fire another arrow!
DM: You hit Saruman with the arrow.
DM: He swoons and falls from the balcony.
DM: And lands on this spikey thing at the bottom.
DM: HAPPY NOW BUTCHER?
Aragorn: Two points.
Legolas: Even though he fell, I still get XP right?
by NickUK May 09, 2007
 
3.
To put out or short a blunt.
"hey you want this?" "Na, two-points."
by ounzer September 27, 2006