|1.||Buying a Toyota|
To kill a person or a group of people. In reference to the 2010 malfunctions with Toyota brand vehicles (accelerators & braking systems). The logic at this time was that if someone was wanted dead, buy him/her a Toyota and it would take care of the problem.
Buying a Toyota has absolutely nothing to do with the purchase of an automobile. This saying is just a metaphor for committing murder or ridding oneself of a problem.
1.Thug 1: Man they say that Amanda is down at the precinct singing like a bird.
Thug 2: Yeah I heard. Don't worry I'm gonna buy the bitch a Toyota and everything is gonna be cool.
2. Carol: Girl, I'm so tired of my husband; he's so boring.
Anne: Why don't you leave him?
Carol: Because we live off of his inheritance.
Anne: Well you could always buy him a Toyota.
Carol: Now there's an idea!
3. Terrence: Mark, what are you going to do about Jeffery threatening your life.
Mark: I'm in the process of buying a Toyota for that dude right now.
|2.||Buying a Vacation|
To do something purposely to get a suspension from school.
I told the principal to felch me. thus buying a vacation
The modern day information age version of the old, "I'm off to buy a pack of cigarettes"
generally this means the person in question is never to be seen again.
Todd : Alright Andrew, after this game of pool, ill verse you.
Andrew : Yeah alright, i just have to duck out and buy some credit first.
*10 minutes later*
Brodie : Todd dude, were never seeing him again.
Todd: Ohhhhhhh, he was buying credit, damn.
Putting random coins into a fountain and wishing, although knowing they will not come true.
Kid 1: "What are you doing, wishing?"
Guy 2: "No! I am just buying water!"
if youre in the bookies and theres a horse there that cant lose. if you back it, youre said to be 'buying money'
ulty - hey T.R, are you backing that horse??
T.R - aw for sure man, thats BUYING MONEY
term used to tell the bartender, you're just buying a drink for yourself, not a round
" Hey, are you buying another round for your table ? "
" No. I'm just singling, bring me just a Dewars on the rocks "
When someone incessantly purchases new cars one after the other replacing their old car with a new car. Often the car purchaser will go through reasons as to why they need to purchase the new car. "its better fuel economy", "its got back seats for the kids", "its the snow - I needed something better for the snow", "It will get me more chicks" etc
Not to be confused with ndubz buying where you replace a car on a seasonal basis. e.g. this is my winter car
Dude 1: "Yo did you see Todd's new Scooby in the car park"
Dude 2: "Yeah man its his sixth he is Millsrane buying cars!"