slow down, chill out, relax, settle down, hold up, wait, what?
Boy: "this is getting really old, im about to flip out"
Girl: "wo... wo..chill out, no need for that"
|23.||Chill Your Minge|
Means calm down, like chill out.
"I have way too much work to do man!!"
"Chill your minge, it'll be alright"
Telling a person to calm down. relax. or chill out but they say money because they think they own you and are cool
guy 1: "Imma beat your high score dude"
guy 2: "Chill money, I am unbeatable"
|25.||Chill that bitch out with ice|
This phrase origionated in the popular GTA video game series. It can be found in one of the radio advertisements for diamonds, in which the voiceover suggests that when your significant other is acting up, you "chill that bitch out with ice" (ice meaning diamond jewelry).
Since its inception, this phrase is now used as a suggestion to somebody whose woman is being irritating or overbearing. It is important to note that when used as a suggestion, this phrase doesn't always mean that somebody should chill their woman out with lavish jewelry, but rather that they should chill her out by any means necessary. This phrase is often used when somebody is extremely fed up with a friend's significant other, and is a way to say that the situation must be taken care of post-haste.
Bob: "Hey man so are we going to hang out on friday?"
Angus: "Sure dude, its been a while since we hung out."
Bob's Girlfriend: "You promised you would take me to Bed Bath and Beyond and then to go see a play and then to do some other immasculating activities."
Bob: "Oh I forgot, sorry hunny."
Angus: "THATS IT, Bob. You need to chill that bitch out with ice before I beat your monkey ass."
|26.||tryin to hang out|
While the phrase "just tryin to hang out" is most commonly used in the Southeast Continental United States, its state of origin is unknown (the majority of Virginians claim it was born in their home state, but argue over whether it was first used in Richmond or Williamsburg). The key to understanding this phrase definitely lies in its context, and can be easily misused or misunderstood by non-natives.more...
Can be used as a question, answer, statement, or even rarely as an adverb. Again, usage and meaning depends entirely on context. See examples below with associated definitions below:
1. In its most common context, the phrase is used as a general greeting. It is posed as a question to a friend in reference to whether or not he/she is available to go out on a given night.
2. However, it can also be used when a group of friends is already out. In this situation, the phrase can be very confusing for novice users, for, if one's already out, why would you ask if you were going out tonight? It seems repetitive. Yet in this situation, the phrase refers to whether or not alcohol will be consumed by the party in question.
3. In yet another context, the phrase can be used as a subtle pickup line. If used properly, it has a very high success rate. However, it's growing popularity in recent years stems from its ambiguity and so-called 'plausible deniability'. For, even with poor results, a user can always deny any wrongdoing.
4. A fourth usage is used as a general statement...
To calm down or chill out
"Fancy coming out for a few beers? - No thanks - Think i'll just vibe-down for the night"
v. This term is an extenstion of the term chill. It's an action, used often when one is smoking weed, or refering to someone doing so, but not always in reference to this.
-"hey joe, sam wants to talk to you."
-"tell him to chill big for a sec."