Mean's french kiss/tongue/make-out ,
very common at teenage disco's , generally very casual, just because you meet someone doesn't mean you're in a relationship with them.
Meet- 'Omg, you really gonna meet him?!'
On the meet- The time from when you agreed to meet them to the time when you actually do , during that period of time you're 'on the meet' with them, 'I'm on the meet with Adam.. '
can often be heard when one guy might ask a girl to meet his friend...
shift is a similar word to be heard in rural ireland.
as score is to be heard from the posher of the lrish.
but an old fashioned would you let my friend stick his tounge in your gob seems to do the trick in all parts!
Non Irish person: Yeh sounds good. where and what time does he want to meet?
Sean: <*seems confused that non Irish person is so precise about meeting people.*>
-to be meeting someone is like to be half dating them. a half sort of commitment between single and going out.
-but to meet someone is a once off deal, usually at paty/disco/drunken state.
-to have met someone is past tense.
-iwas meeting him a while ago but never went out wit him.
-i met him nd him nd him nd him nd him las week at d club.