Literary devise paired with the object of the sentence preceeding it. Used to elaborate greatly on the general idea of a statement, commonly used to describe aspects of boating and/or outdoor education.
If you are caught driving your personal watercraft at speeds in excess of 27.3 miles per hour, the U.S. Coast Guard will take the vessel, the trailor it was towed on, as well as the vehicle you drove in, and then proceed to take your children, rape your wife, shoot your grandparents in the face with a semi-automatic weapon, and then burn your house down, with the rest of your family in it, and piss on the ashes, n' stuff
Verbal method of denoting a closing parenthesis, whether reading aloud from a printed source or simply clarifying the punctuation of your own thoughts.
The sentence "The box weighs 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds)" may be read as:
"The box weights 2 kilograms, y' know, 4.4 pounds, n' stuff."