To 'burst' someone is to shoot someone.
The famous example of the word 'burst' being used in this context was in the Megaman (of so solid crew) murder case when a witness claimed he heard megaman telling a friend he was going to 'burst' someone who had disrespected him.
Clarke: yo blud
this new Take That tune is off da hizzle fo shizzle
Matt: Bumbaclot, if me hear u say that again i'll burst yo' b*tch ass.
Jonny V - some bredrin stepped to my brother yesterday!
Matt - lets burst that wasteman!
When a group has inhaled or ingested marijuana the noise level spikes significantly up and decreases sequentially as the conversations continue.
"Oh! that place over there!"
"oh ya that place"
"hey, hey, that was one of the bursts"
Scottish vernacular for something broken, punctured or otherwise gubbed
Northern English vernacular meaning 'to urinate'.
I won't be a minute, just going for a quick burst.
text message or texting
I shot out a burst from my cell letting the boys know I was off work and ready for the details for the evening's festivities.
Intense immediate deep content (Burst) transferred fast. Need someone to give you a file on a USB device – “hey burst me that file”. Relates to both wireless and hardware transfers. Being able to Burst concentrated information that is fully interactive means you always know the right stuff at the right time. Example: walk into a hotel and get a “Burst” of content specific to your needs “Bursted” to your phone, portable device, or IPOD. Interactive or GPRS maps, top 10 restaurants with reviews, directions and phone numbers, event listings, attractions, allowing you complete control over your.
Hey,burst that file on my smart stick
I need a burst of JT latest concert tour and video
on someone at the same time.
The combination of the words burn and bust; to insult or make fun of someone.
Can also be used in ways such as burstalicious, burstacular and burstosion.
Nick: High five!
(Mark swings but Nick moves his hand out of the way)
Nick: Psyche! BURST! You just got BURSTED!