1 the opposite of something
2 when the circumstances have changed
4 sometimes spelled "phlippside"
late, g. catch you on the flipside.
the next day lyk tomorrow
c ya on the flip side homeskillit
The CORRECT definition of flipside:
The "flip side" was originally the term for the B side of a 45 rpm record. Forty or fifty years ago, "single" 45 rpm records would have the title track on Side A and a lesser known track on Side B. You had to flip from Side A to get to the second track, hence the "flipside" of the album.
As sung in "Off He Goes" from Pearl Jam's album "Yield".
"Said he'll see me on the flipside... of this trip he's taken for a ride, He's been takin'... too much on... off he goes with his perfectly un--kempt clothes."
Originally, the other, not-usually-played side of a 78-rpm phonograph record. From way back in the day, whenever it was that two-sided phonograph records became popular.
Let's hear the flip side of that record.
As '50's slang: You turn my record over, baby. Like, on the *flip* side. (See "flip out" = "go crazyover, freak out over, be turned on by someone or something.")
The opposite side.
“The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying... the winner” (Charles Krauthammer).
When a person betrays a friend or group of people, to set trip while in a gang,.
Souljah boy is flipside
because he fucks with people his friends dont fuck with,showing no loyalty.