an expression for when something great happens, usually followed by a one handed motion of shooting a basketball. can also inversely be used when something terrible happens.
david: "i just made out with ishmael's hot sister. dollars!" *hand motion*
david: "i just made out with ishmael's hot grandma."
davids's friend: "dollars!" *hand motion*
david: "i just tested positive for gonorrhea."
david's girlfriend: "dollars!" *hand motion* "gotcha!"
The dollar is the currency used most famously by the filthy Americans, but is used by other nations. If your ever given an American dollar go into a public place and burn it where everyone can see.
"Dude I bet you $15!"
"$15? Go back to America idiot"
. An expression to show that something rules pretty hard.
That movie was fuckin' dollars, dude.
A slang word used by marketing or advertising scumbags meaning "market" or "bunch of people with money for the milking".
Bill Hicks: By the way, if any of you guys are in advertising or marketing, kill yourselves... this is not a joke; suck a tailpipe, borrow a gun from a yank friend, I dont care, just rid the world of your evil fucking machinations.
Marketors: Oh, you know what Bills doing, hes going for that anti-marketing dollar! Thats a good market, hes very smart
Bill: Goddamn it, I am NOT doing that, you evil fucking scumbags!
Marketors: Ah, the righteous indignation dollar, big dollar, huge market - a lot of people are feeling that indignation; Bill's doing a good thing here.
Bill: God-damn it, I AM NOT DOING THAT, YOU SCUMBAGS! QUIT PUTTING A DOLLAR SIGN ON EVERY FUCKING THING ON THIS PLANET!!!
Marketors: OOOOhhh, the anger dollar, Big numbers, HUGE! Huge in times of recession. A lot of people are angry at the moment, Bill's very smart, he's doing a good thing.
Bill (Exasperated): God, its like I'm caught in a web...
Marketors: Ah the trapped dollar, big dollar, huge market - we see from our research that large numbers of people feel trapped. If we were to play to them and separate them into the trapped dollar...
The DOLLAR is a unit of measurement, same as a pound, ounce, inch, foot, yard, acre, mile, etc. Units of measure do not change only the number of units or the value of the units of measure change.The DOLLAR is a form of measurement, not money. A Dollar is 90% pure silver (412.5 grains in weight) or 90% pure gold (25.8 grains). A DOLLAR of silver weighs the same as ten silver dimes, or four silver quarters, or two silver halves.
THE TERM DOLLAR HAS BEEN DEFINED SEVERAL WAYS:
“A silver coin” Webster’s Encyclopedic Dictionary, 1980.
“A weight of gold or silver” Encyclopedia Britannica, 1962.
“412.5 grains of silver” World Dictionary, 1959.
The Century Dictionary, Published 1914 (with over 8,000 pages of definitions) defines the term DOLLAR as “The monetary unit or standard of value of the United States and Canada. By the term Dollar in the United States is intended the coined dollar of the United States, a certain quantity in weight and fineness of gold or silver…”Silver Certificates state the following: “This certifies that there is on deposit in the Treasury of the United States of America (denomination) Dollar(s) in silver payable to the bearer on demand.”
United States Notes states the following:
“The United States of America will pay to the bearer on demand (denomination) Dollar(s).”
A NOTE cannot be a DOLLAR, it can only be a promise to pay.
The United States Constitution only permits coined money to be used to...
The currency unit of the United States of American. Prone to cause greed when visible. Also termed "greenback".
I bought the bag of candy for a dollar.