A guido...let me expalin, is a way of life. It's just not any SOB with a fuckin blowout. Its not just any poser with an armani exchange shirt...that doesnt mean shit. The true guido's are the true italian, born and raised...who go to the club and parties because THEY want to, who wear the expense clothes because THEY want to, who drive the nice cars because THEY want to...not because it fits into the ever so popular growing "guido" trend. They try to look better than the average scrub. They work hard and play harder. You are who you are, if that is naturally YOU, then you are a TRUE guido.
I consider myself a guido, because its who i am, not who i want to be.
by Gaspare October 25, 2005
First of all the only way that you can be considered a Guido is to be Italian and only Italian. People throw it around as a derogatory term but it is not always like that. Yes they have a blowout with alot of gel in their hair and yes they wear chains and shirts that actually fit a person instead of the ones that are so big that they look like they are wearing a dress...yes most of them are from New York or the Tri-state area and they do have a New York accent...Most of them do drive nice cars with the bangin system, which everyone else who is NOT a Guido sweats...so before anyone goes and tries to talk shit about bein a Guido, it's probably because they subconsciouslly wish that they had everything that the typical Guido has.
I am a Gudio...I am from New York...My hair is gelled up...I drive that nice car with that bangin system...My clothes primarily consist of Armani Exchange, where each one consists of about $35 per shirt where your clothes are probably from wal-mart...so before you go and talk trash, jus realize that your probably wanting to be jus like us...the ones who have what they want...
by "That NY Guido" April 09, 2005
a pair of man tits so large you basically could go out to a corner and stand there with your leg out, get picked up and start getting felt up. MJ loves these, they keep him warm at night and they are like two pillows.
"dude i used pex just for you, cause you know i like you and i wouldn't want to insult your guidos hanging in your shirt."
by SexPanther#2 April 16, 2008
Judging by the previous definitions, a guido must be someone who inspires a lot of haters. These haters have probably had their girlfriends stolen by a guido who actually goes to a gym and takes care of himself. It probably happened at a bar where the guido was actually having a good time dancing while the unshowered white-bread boyfriend (from Ohio with no rhythm who thinks he is a New Yorker because he has been here 3 years) was off in the corner complaining about Bridge and Tunnel people coming into the city and wishing he had downloaded that way too cool new obscure alt-rock/retro 80s (undanceable) song on his iPod.
I have no culture, ethnic food, family loyalty or rhythm of my own where I am from in Bumble F@ck USA so I make fun of guidos and pretend to be a hip New Yorker.
by Juan Cazador July 23, 2004
Maybe if your ignorant ass came up here, or maybe u live up here in the tri-state area and did not hate on guidos, you would really know what goes on instead of just making stuff up trying to bring down us italian americans. Ok Guidos do wear tight shirts, designer jeans, but no fuzzy hats, thats homo son. Second, we are not "wiggers" or "wegros" whatever you call it. We grew up around hip-hop/rap, urban. Nothing wrong with being urban or using hip hop slang, some slangs created by us italians. Guidos basically are "pimps" or "players" who dress in clothes described above, also our "fake" gold chains as you call it. Those are called baptism chain, ok idiot?, given to us by our godfather and godmother at our baptism. Now you probably feel stupid so try to comeback with a better definition, moron. Oh yea, I am full blooded italian, but do not dress like that. Not all italians dress as you describe them to be.
guido: shut up before i pop ya weasel ass!
by BronxKid October 05, 2005