|1.||pack a dip|
verb - the action used to move all of the tobacco in a can of dip to one side to increase the ease of getting a quality pinch. Usually makes a snapping noise when the forfinger hits the can. (the noise is not nessisary, but will earn style points.)
Also used to show an acurate portrayal of how much dip you have left in your can.
"I pack a dip so i know exactly how much is left in my can."
"Hey man, Can you pack a dip for me? I need a pinch"
|2.||I Know About the Cadillac|
Any time product placement, especially on a cable television program, becomes egregious and breaks the credibility of the program.
Named for Damages' second season, when a tie-in with Cadillac overwhelmingly overpowered the credibility and quality of the show.
Why did Buzz's car have to be a Prius on The Closer? God, I know about the Cadillac.
An outlandish, in-your-face stage presence, a strange sense of humor, and a hard-driving funk sound that criss-crossed a few musical boundaries earned Cameo countless comparisons to Parliament/Funkadelic in their early days. However, Cameo eventually wore off accusations of being derivative by transcending their influences and outlasting almost every single one of them. Throughout the '70s and '80s, the group remained up with the times and occasionally crept ahead of them, such that they became influences themselves upon younger generations of R&B and hip-hop acts. By the time the group's popularity started to fizzle in the late '80s, a series of R&B chart hits -- ranging from greasy funk workouts to synthesized funk swingers to dripping ballads -- was left in their wake. Further separating Cameo from their forebears, they didn't have a diaper-clad guitarist. Instead, they had a codpiece-wearing lead vocalist.more...
That vocalist was Larry Blackmon. In 1974, the ex-Juilliard student and New York City club-goer instigated a funk band with a membership of 13 called the New York City Players. Blackmon, Tomi Jenkins, and Nathan Leftenant formed the group's nucleus. The Casablanca label signed the group to their Chocolate City offshoot, and shortly after that, the group changed its name to Cameo. Their excellent debut album, 1977's Cardiac Arrest, was highlighted by four singles. Three of those hit the Billboard R&B chart: "Rigor Mortis" (number 33), "Funk Funk" (number 20), and "...
A brand of smokeless tobacco that costs the user nothing more than the change in his pocket. Considering the cost, the quality and flavor of the cuts are worth what you pay.
By the way, did I mention this stuff is cheap?!
Redneck #1: "Boy, that sure was some good fried mullet!"
Redneck #2: "Damn right, let me get a dip off ya."
Redneck #1: "All I gots is some Grizzly."
Redneck #2: "Aw, fuck that cheap shit, I'll run up to the Piggly Wiggly and get some Skoal."
The process of buying marijuana from a shady drug dealer(most commonly african american) in which you do not know the exact quantity or quality of the product(because of the lack of a scale and greed) and there is a highten chance of you getting robbed due to the dealers economic position.
Tom: Bill look at this, i played the black gamble yesterday because my regular guy was out and look at this dank ass shit.
Bill: Lucky, I play last week and the guy robbed me at gun point.
|6.||Dippin the Bear|
When you use Grizzly dip. It is cheap but is the bets quality for the price.
Gino: Here i put a lip in.
Dom: Yeah dude, you are dippin the bear!
take 2 peices of bread and jam those bitches together to form a "jam sandwich". could possibly dip in bar-b-que sauce do get superior quality.
theres nothing to eat in this bitch. i guess i got to make me a jam sandwich.