To get an authentic viewing of ghettogging (pronounced: ge-tog-ing) one must venture deep into an urban landscape. A rare spectacle in the past, yet becoming increasingly more common, ghettogging is when a man goes from waddling to running with his pants slung down near his knees.
On a sketchy corner, at dusk, a group of men headed by 'son' were completing the days transactions when a multitude of officers of the law descended upon the corner brandishing weapons. Despite their braggadaccio attitudes, every truant quickly turned and ghettogged in every direction. No match for the officers' quick pace, the true religion jeans, enormous sequined skull belt buckles and obvious boxers hampered the truants ghettogging to the point of arrest.
by denalipark227 April 25, 2010