Oceanside, CA- a City in North County San Diego. Oceanside locals call it "O-side".
What up? Jus bickin' it in O-side.
Oceanside, NY- A suburb east of NYC in Nassau County. Instead of saying Oceanside, the local druggie culture folks just call it O-side.
Where are you going to be tonight? I am going to be chillin in O-side.
East-Side Oakland.. where the Black Panther party originated and home to some of the dopest Bay Area rappers.
Bay Area, Killa Kali
"We gon' head out to tha East-O after we blaze up some Buddha nigga."
A derogatory term used in the Tribes game universe to describe the act of sniping on the enemy's side of the map.
While often thought to be illegal, this notion has no basis; o-sniping is perfectly legal and often a powerful tactic that the enemy will have difficulty countering because they spend too much time whining about it.
"He accused me of o sniping, so the next time we got into a disc-duel I just popped him in the face with my laser rifle from like 40 feet away, and asked him if that was o-sniping too. Then he kicked me cuz he was a douche."
A freek-o-fabuloid is just another expression for trendies,hipsters who tend to be more on the flamboyant side
a freek-o-fabuloid can be seen in the east village of nyc or williamsburg
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Referring to the appearance of a woman who has absolutely nothing to offer in the chest. A woman who is Straight up and down like six o clock looks exactly like what the term implies---there are no boobs to break up the straight line appearance when you look at her from top to bottom. Most prominent when viewed from the side.
"Man did you see that chick?"
"Yeah....she is OK but she has no tits..."
"Yeah I know what you mean....she's straight up and down like 6 o clock!"
A popular definition seems to be that P.O.S.H was printed on tickets for P&O cruise ships in the early 20th century leaving India. These tickets were for the more desirable rooms which put you on the Port side going out and the Starboard side returning home as it kept you out of the sun and kept the room cool.
However, no tickets have ever been found which had P.O.S.H on the ticket.
I suggest that the mistake has been made from the full name of the Cruise Liner: Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. Maybe a printing error produced P.O.S.H rather than P.O.S.N.C
A more factual defintion still derives from a shipping term which does not seem to be suggested on the previous source sites.
When boats leave a harbour the shipping lanes work to the rule that you must stay to the left hand side like on U.K roads. When leaving a harbour you therefore keep the Port lights of the shipping lane on the left and the Starboard on the right. However, when returning you keep the starboard lights on the left and the Port lights on the right. Hence Port Out Starboard Home... P.O.S.H
Salcombe Harbour uses this Port Out Starboard Home or p.o.s.h. principle.