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22.
a individual usually a female who is of loose origins and prefers polygamy and orgies
hey dont mess with her shes a flip.
nah i hit it once and flipped her
nah she aint nothin but a flip
by damaris June 23, 2007
 
23.
acronym that stands for "Fuck Love I'm Pimpin"; anyone who's not ready for love yet, through with love, or just wants to chill and have fun without getting to serious in relationships

Johnny said he loves me but I can't deal with that right now, Im in F.L.I.P mode
Source: simona88, FL
by Monalisa April 03, 2007
 
24.
To roll, as in a joint or a blunt.
Person 1: What are you doing
Person 2: I was about to go flip a joint
Person 1: Don't bother, I just flipped this blunt
Person 2: spark that shit up then!
by Brian June 04, 2008
 
25.
In the sense related to Filipinos, flip can be an acronym and a word.

acronym flip: "fucking little island person" used by U.S. troops long ago during times of war

word flip: short for Filipino used by ignorant Filipinos and others

Even though the acronym for flip can be changed to flatering, kinder things; flip should not be used by anyone who actually respects filipinos. Instead of using the word flip, use words like pinoy(pinoy for girls), and filipino(filipina for girls).
"Those flips will be the first to die in this war."

flip2499:dude im a flip, its in my name
pinoyisbettadenu:kid do you know what flip means?
by Flipisnotagoodword September 22, 2007
 
26.
1.) a sexy island person
2.) short for flipino
3.) BALLERS
1.) damnn look at that fine flip
2.) wassup my flip homie
3.) look at that flip's mad handles
by vi3t.pric3 March 23, 2005
 
27.
A cold, creamy drink made with eggs, sugar, citrus juice, and a spirit. It got it's name in Colonial times, when a hot flip iron was used to mull the ingredients in the drink.
I have not been to too many bars that are good at making a decent flip.
by OneBadAsp October 23, 2006
 
28.
sell, push, in the best case scenario make a profit
I flipped some variable life insurance today
by locster82 December 21, 2006