extremely interesting gossip

there are rules to receiving and giving juice
1) make a juice group whom you have to tell every single piece of juice you get. no exceptions.
2) once juice is given to you, you must immediately call a juice meeting
3) the vow: no juice shall be spread around carelessly. one cannot be in more than one juice group.
i've got juice on everyone at scouts. its true.
by Lyer May 30, 2007
perhaps one of the most wonderous, and versitile words of the english language; it can refer to semen, which is the source of all human life...or steroids which are not only a sometimes necesary form of body enhancement, but a cure for many common health problems. finally it refers to a life giving ambrosial drink that can be made from many things, and usually contains nature's natural sweetness.
1}- i spilled my juice into that girl by accident, and now she's pregnant.
2}- my kid was bor with an underdeveloped lung, but they put him on the juice, and now he's ok.
3}- damn it's hot out and i'm crashing; let's go inside and have a refreshing glass of cranberry juice.
by mescelestus June 06, 2006
Also: to juice, get juiced up.
Drinking alcohol in a manner to get a buzz.
"Hey man, let's get juiced up before that party!"
by Anonymous March 17, 2003
having all the girls/dudes
"Man, you got the juice. Your phone blowin' up!"
by Raeferr November 09, 2011
Another term for sex.
Guy 1: I hooked up with this smokin' hot yum-yum last night.

Guy 2: Oh yeah? Did you juice her?
by Marcus Bunny August 12, 2008
A term used as a synonym for GHB, a popular party drug amongst the club and rave scene.
"I love getting on the juice."

"Wow, he is really juiced."

"Did you notice how much juice that guy had taken?"
by ![Blinky/maiL]! July 01, 2009
Common slang for Vigorish, or simply "the vig," which is the fee--usually a percentage--charged by a bookie on all bets. Another term commonly used to mean the same thing is "the take."

According to Wikipedia, vigorish is derived from Yiddish slang originating from the Russian word for "winnings," vyigrysh. Bookmakers use the concept of a vigorish to generate earnings from their books regardless of the outcome of the event being bet on. However, there is no standard formula for calculating vigorish though they are generally formulated so the bookie receives equal action on both sides of the event, therefor having a "balanced" book.

In the U.S. "the juice" can also refer to the interest on a loan/debt--generally in relation to a loan shark.
With a 4.55% vig, the juiced odds require a gambler to lay $110 in order to win $100, while using fair odds the gambler only has to lay $100.

You've got until Friday to pay up; meanwhile, the juice is running.
by smackhero June 15, 2008

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