1. great in quantity, measure, or degree.
a. a simplification of the grammatical constituent (informal phrase) "grip of" and indirectly represents synonyms of this phrase (grip,much,many,a lot of,ton,a lot).
b. an indefinite article (ie 'a') preceding the phrase may be optionally truncated.
c. a homonym of the word meaning a person who is disabled or impaired.
(Yo! I got a grip of cash today, lets go spend it.)
That's cripple cake.
(That's a lot of cake.)
There's cripple people in that car.
(There are a grip of people in that car.)
Theres no need to buy more non-fat milk, I have (a) cripple at home.
(Theres no need to buy more non-fat milk, I have a grip at home.)
She can commonly be found looking for little kiddies to give rows and also in the cupboard with Mr. Cripples.
(Afro Chicken #3)
When dealing with pot: "wow that last bowl crippled me to the belt"
When dealing with other drugs, the drug must be specifically mentioned: "last night was out of control, i was so crippled drunk that i fell down a flight of steps and then urinated myself"
"dude hurry up and cripple that joint so we can go inside and feast mcdonalds"
"there is no sense in even trying to talk to Ronnie, he has been crippling the beer bong all night and is too messed up to form coherent thoughts"
"look at Pedro, that last hit turned him into a cripple"