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kool-aid. it's wonderful drink you can have in school that makes it fun to learn. get any type of non-carbonated drink, i prefer grape kool aid. then get gin or vodka and pour that both of the drinks into 1 container, i use a water bottle. you can drink it all during luch and make some more when you want it. make sure to get a lot so you can share with your friends and still have enough to get every1 piss drunk or a little tipsy. I drank it all year in Junior High and High School
man #1-"Hey, i just got hooked up."
man #2-"Pass that kool aid nikkah, i got a science lecture next period."
by 3G family June 20, 2005
 
1.
A drink available in a variety of flavors, mixed as a powder with water and sometimes sugar. Anyone growing up struggling financially, ergo living in the projects, would know that kool aid is not described by flavor, but by color, with the exception of grape. see below.
bb: ay white boy, want some kool aid?
wb: sure, what flavors you got?
bb: we got red, blue, and grape
wb: what flavor is red?
bb: its red.
wb: is it cherry?
bb: damn, i said it's red! do you want it or not?
by nat April 19, 2004
 
2.
the water of the ghettos
" You want some kool-aid?"
" Man you know I want some kool-aid"
by Dandridge Gangsta March 09, 2003
 
3.
the universal drink of the hood.
My favorite flavor of Kool-Aid is red.
by woobie October 10, 2005
 
4.
The universal drink of the ghetto.
comes in many flavors such as grape, cherry, blueberry etc, but known to the ghetto natives as red, purple etc.

also used as a slang term to describe a situation.
You all up in my kool-aid and don't even know the flavor.

What kind of kool-aid do you want?...
ummm...red
by BETTY CROCKER June 26, 2006
 
5.
The most effective way to disband a cult.
"Hey, free kool-aid! But why does it smell kinda like almonds? Meh, who cares!"
by Tom. M January 11, 2006
 
6.
"Kool-Aid" is what one drinks metaphorically, in the context of a political campaign, when faced with an eminent loss. The term was popularly referenced in the 1993 film, "The War Room" by George Stephonopolous when he states, "I'm afraid we're all going to have to drink Kool-Aid."

The term references the Jonestown massacre in 1978 when all of its inhabitants were directed to ingest cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.
Here's the new poll results, folks. Looks like, with 4 days left in the election, we're down by 17 points. Guess it's time for us to bust out the Kool-Aid.
by Ralph Macchio November 10, 2004
 
7.
In the deepest parts of the hood--can be meant as a metaphor for someone's personal business.
"You best be steppin' off! Why you all up in my kool aid, mo fo?"
by Anonymous April 14, 2003