box out (Verb)
-When a woman steals the attention of a potential love interest away from another woman.
-the female version of the commonly known phrase "cock block"
"I didn't mean to box out Trish when she was trying to talk to Ian last night at the skating rink!"
(v) to not act like a man, particularly in social settings; to "puss" out or "bitch" out; the opposite of "manning up"
You've gotta take another shot, bro. Don't box out on me. I thought you were my ace-wingman.
1. To deprive another's vagina (aka box
) of action. See cock block
2. To prevent another from gaining access to the vagina. See also cock block
3. In basketball, to prevent an opposing player
from grabbing a rebound
, by positioning oneself between the opponent and the basket.
1. Mary wanted to get with James at the party, but her ex-boyfriend showed up and boxed her out.
2. Joan was tired of Tom's advances, so she called her girlfriends over to box him out.
3. No one could ever box out Wilt Chamberlain.
To court, and flirt with a female/male in a relationship, while trying to make their significant other seem worse, and waiting for them to fuck up, so you can grab the rebound.
David: Jordans with that asshole Jeff man.
Adam: Chill, just Box Out for the rebound.
. Smoking pot in a confined and/or airtight area such as a car with all the windows wound up, room with all windows/doors closed, etc. Or even a tent with the zipper door closed.
Johnny: Do you want to box out my car tonight?
Henry: Sure, John. Bring your car up to my back yard at 8 pm.
Johnny: Will do. And I'll bring some weed
and my bong
Henry: I've got two tinnies already, just bring the bong.
To physically locate yourself such that other people cannot converse with the person you or your friends are talking to.
Rufus, box out all the frat boys so Cornelius can run game
The female equivalent of the cock block. Both guys and girls can be boxed out.
My friend, Elyse, pulled a nasty box out when I was trying to run my game on that ho bag