the realest person you could ever meet...
That guy right there is the real mccoy. he's very professional.
Main Entry: Mc·Coy
Pronunciation: Mick Coy
1: "The real McCoy" is a phrase used to mean "the real thing" or "the genuine article" e.g. "he's the real McCoy". This idiom is frequently misspelled "The real MacCoy".
2: Used to desribe someone who acts, resembles or talks like a hillbilly or country bumpkin including engaging in ongoing family feuds. Referring to the infamous warring families of the West Virginia(The Hatfields)-Kentucky(The McCoys) backcountry along the Tug Fork River
3: Used to describe someone who's always interjecting a humanistic element in conversations with phrases like... "He's dead Jim" or "I'm a doctor not a..." Referring to Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy from Star Trek.
1: This wristwatch is the real McCoy and not some knock off from the vendor down the street.
2: Dude, you're looking pretty McCoy, why don't you go take a shower.
3: Dammit Jim, I'm a car mechanic, not a brain surgeon!
def1. The real thing def2. The one and only
That one is the real McCoy.
A hot, sexy, pimp.
I'm here to make sweet love to your mom.
1) a down-to-earth, helpful person
2) a stellar human being
1) dance without being judge
2) dancing with confidence
That girl is such a McCoy, she always helps her friends out!
(Jack McCoy, from the television show Law & Order.)
"I just baked some cookies, and now they are gone. Did you eat them all?"
"Who are you-- Jack McCoy?"
(v): To crash and burn immediately in whatever monumental task is at hand.
1. Ha, can you believe the CIA pulled another McCoy with that Xmas bomber?
2. Was it near as bad as the McCoy ol'Colt pulled 4 mins into the Crimson Tide game?