Kb is an acronym for "kind bud". It is a nickname for very potent strains of marijuana. It generally has a thc content that's 21 percent by weight and has long red hair growth, a sort of frosted appearance due to the high thc content, a light green color (though this can vary with every strand). Kb is usually a denser and rounder-looking bud and is more difficult to break up.
Examples in speech:
"I'm about to roll a fat blunt with 2g of kb"
"I need about an 8 of some kb"
"Hit me up when you get that kb."
Do you know what KB stands for? Kitchen bitch...so get off your ass and do the dishes, KB.
Oh, I thought it stood for "Go fuck yourself".
Kitchen Bitch: a person that is made to cook both at home and possibly at work as well
Justin is a Kitchen Bitch for his work and at home
acronym for "kickback"
Kickback: a get-together consisting of close friends, partying and drinking. always hosted at an individual's house, a kickback consists of friends getting together to engage in party activities such as drinking etc., without the hassle and drawbacks of a big party. although an invite verbal or otherwise is not necessary it is understood that a kickback is friends only and is not to exceed 20 or 30 persons. a good option for those not wishing to get their house trashed. not to be confused with a party or rager.
KB at my place tomorrow.
In the financial world, it is an Australian acronym standing for Kinky Banker used to describe a very driven young woman who is attractive, fiercely competitive and intrinsically motivated.
Claira always gets what she wants, when she wants it! She's the original KB!
high-quality sensimilla marijauna, abbr. Kind Bud(s)
K.B. may be more expensive, but it's better for you.
Kaboom, A massive gun malfunction that happens when a round is fired: this causes the weapon to blow up and may injure the shooter. This usually happens to old guns or to those who reload their ammo improperly
K-Rock was cappin down some bloods when his gat kB'd and blew off his trigger finger.
Kb: Knowledge Base
- Used by websites to store information pertaining their product and information about it. Usually more detailed than the standalone manual that comes with the product, these are usually used for virus databases, computer technicians, and Microsoft as a whole.
Hey check out support.microsoft.com/, they have a great KB!