Use 1: verb- The act of driving a car while having a passenger moon a nearby vehicle at speeds no greater than 30 anything faster would be blurred and considered a "drive by"
Use 2:verb- Running up to someone, mushroom stamping them and running away.
Use 3:verb-: a combination of both of these. The driver drops a passenger of a block or so back, proceeds with the hit n run mooning, while the person walking, unzips his pants, wait for the persons startled wtf just happened to me look, and smacks there tonsils
*side note* Very hard to distinguish which one is being referred to, and is usually a good idea to get further details about the actions leading to the use of this word
So we just got done smoking that spliff and there was an old lady fixing her tire.......haha ya man HIT N RUN
Use 2: Ya Clarissa was cleaning out her locker at lunch, she got the old hit n run.
Use 3: We had the ultimate hit n run today man, left her with bulged eyes and fat print!
Harry Peterson: Hit n run. Nice work comrade!
Güntherß Müllard: She even text me after she realised I'd gone to say 'nice. x'!
Harry Peterson: High 5!
John was at dinner when feel overwhelmed him. He had to fart. John stupidly assumed his fart would go unnoticed. John released the SBD. After ten long seconds, John's mother smelt the fart. As a southern lady she sat in the fart not announcing it's presence. John's dad on the other hand, screamed at John the second the fart hit his nose. John was so embarassed he ran away and is now the hobo begging for money on your street.(THIS WOULD BE A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHEN TO USE A HIT 'N RUN.)